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Moving on to our real tips:
This comes from one of our wonderful readers. She had a great recipe that she would like to share with all of you! Please free to keep your tips coming to me- these tips can be on organizing, saving money, recipes, or neat parenting ideas! Please include your name, city/state, and your url (only if you have one).
A simple recipe my kids love for your website:
Cheese-filled pizza breadsticks
1 can refrigerated canned breadstick dough
8 individual mozzarella string cheese sticks
1 jar of spaghetti or pizza sauce, for dipping
Preheat oven according to directions on breadstick dough can. Spray baking sheet with cooking spray. Unroll breadstick dough, separate dough into 8sticks, and cut each stick in half, creating 16 sticks, each about 3 inches long. Cut each of the 8 pieces of string cheese in half, creating 16 sticks, each about 2.5 inches long. Wrap 1 piece of breadstick dough diagonally (like a candy-cane stripe) 1 each piece of string cheese, and then pat the dough together to thoroughly cover and enclose the cheese. Place on baking sheet. Repeat to create a total of 16 cheese-filled breadsticks. Bake per directions on breadstick dough can, watching carefully and removing early if necessary to avoid over browning. Breadsticks are done when the dough is golden brown on the outside. Serve with warm spaghetti or pizza sauce in individual dipping cups, to avoid any issues with “double dipping.” Leftovers keep and even freeze well.
Reader: Patricia Coury
Taken From: The Dinner Doctor Book by Anne Byrn (this came HIGHLY recommended from her!)
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