Monday, July 30, 2012

Have you ever been to Cheddar's?
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If you haven't, you're missing out. 
If you haven't had their Baked Spasagna, 
then you're REALLY not living life.
Baked Spasagna is basically a cheesy baked spaghetti.  

If you recall, last week I swore I was not going to cook.  With the 105*+ temps we've had, I didn't want the kitchen heating up the whole house.  I made it 10 days without turning the stove or oven on thanks to PB&J and Lucky Charms.  Not together.  That's gross.  

Yesterday I finally decided to actually cook.  That's where the Spasagna comes in.  The Country Cook has a copycat version of Cheddar's Baked Spasagna I was dying to try.  
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Doesn't that look yummy?  I can tell you, it is.  I followed 98% of her recipe.  The only thing I did differently was to put it back in the oven for about 10 minutes after adding the red sauce on top.  I will certainly make this again.  

While I was printing the Spasagna recipe, I happened upon The Country Cook's Oreo Pudding Poke Cake recipe.  If I was going to turn the oven on for one, I may as well leave it on a little longer to bake a cake, right?
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This one was good, but not OMG good.  If I make it again, I think I'd try whole milk with the pudding instead of the 2% I used yesterday.  

I'd definitely try more of her recipes.  
You can find her complete recipe index here.

So, there you have it.  I cooked.  I actually cooked!  And now that I have leftovers, I don't have to do it again for a couple more days.  Woowhoo!  

What did you cook up this weekend?

PS: Don't miss today's other post,
Farmers Market and Shopping and Lunch, Oh My!,
and check out other ideas at Mostly Homemade Monday and

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11 comments:

  1. I cooked up some bud light and a can of planters NUT~rition Energy mix. :-)

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  2. My mouth is watering! Those look so good!

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    1. Besides taking a few extra pots or pans, the spasagna was super easy. They both really were. You know me, girl, it's gotta be easy!

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  3. I mean why not lucky charms and PBJ together? I love lucky charms! Come link up with meee! And what is my present you're killing me

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    1. I like toast with my cereal, but not a sandwich. That's why. Check your email. I'm going to link up with you. I'm waiting until I get home so I can get to some really good pics.

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  4. Spasagna sounds soooo chic lol. That cake looks awesome too! Too bad it wasn't as awesome.

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  5. I'm still figuring out how to pronounce it. We have a Cheddars now in Eville. It opened a couple months ago but they still always have a 2 hour wait.

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  6. Yummy!!! I have never heard of either.

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  7. Arghh I need to go there! We don't have one where we are stationed, but we always mean to go when we are back home in Tenn. Both of those recipes look killer!

    Thank you for sharing these on Tasty Thursday!

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  8. You were a Tasty Treasure: http://fantasticalsharingofrecipes.blogspot.com/2012/08/tasty-treasures.html

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