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Honeybeep's Lunch Hints
Wrap a hot dog in a slice of American cheese and then in an unbaked refrigerator biscuit. Secure with a wooden toothpick. Heat on a piece of foil in toaster-oven for several minutes, or until biscuit turns golden. Dip in mustard.
Mix 1 teaspoon of sweet pickle relish with 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise. Halve a hard-boiled egg and dip into flavored mayonnaise.
Empty half a can of undiluted cheese soup into a foil pie plate. Stir in 1 tablespoon of water, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, and a little mustard. Heat in toaster-oven until warm and smooth. Dip bread sticks into mixture.
Stuff a pita with some alfalfa sprouts. Tuck in a couple of small carrot sticks and strips of green pepper. Spoon in 2 tablespoons of cottage cheese and 1 teaspoon of Thousand Island salad dressing.
Spread some devilled ham on a slice of toasted pumpernickel bread. Press a few dill or sweet pickle slices into ham.
Spread 2 wheat crackers with peanut butter. Put a slice of cucumber on each cracker and press together to form a sandwich.
Wash a pear or an apple. Slice in half through core. Use a grapefruit spoon or measuring teaspoon to scoop out core. Fill space where core was and spread cut surface with cheddar cheese spread or peanut butter. Put halves back together.
Layer 3 graham crackers (or oatmeal-raisin cookies) with orange marmalade and cottage cheese.
Warm some cider. Add a cinnamon stick and drink along with a piece of rye bread spread with butter and plum jam.
Mix equal parts of club soda and Cranapple juice and add some ice.
Carefully wash a cucumber or carrot. Peel and cut cucumber lengthwise into quarters or trim ends from carrot. Wrap a slice of Swiss cheese or Muenster cheese around cucumber quarter or carrot and fasten with a toothpick. Other cheeses may be used if they will roll without breaking.
Mix 1 tablespoon of whipped cream cheese with 1 teaspoon of strawberry preserves. Spread mixture on a slice of whole wheat bread and sprinkle with a little wheat germ.
For a quick fruit cobbler, open a small can of sliced peaches and pour into a bowl. Sprinkle with cinnamon and granola, and top with yogurt or vanilla ice cream.
Make a bread pizza by slicing a hero roll in half lengthwise. Toast halves lightly in toaster-oven. Spoon some prepared spaghetti sauce on each half and top with slices of mozzarella cheese. Heat in toaster-oven again until cheese melts.
Mix half a small can of tuna with spoonful of mayonnaise and a little horseradish. Cut a green pepper in half, remove seeds and membranes, and stuff halves with tuna mixture.
Split a whole wheat pita. Open a small can of fruit cocktail and drain. Mix fruit in a bowl with 2 tablespoons of cottage cheese and 1 tablespooon of whole or slivered almonds. Spoon fruit mixture into pita.
Split a bagel and toast both halves. While bagel halves are hot, spread with cream cheese. Place a pineapple ring on top of one half, press several walnut halves into the other, and put togethere ot make a sandwich.
Combine bite-size pieces of leftover chicken or turkey with golden raisins, almonds, and a little mayonnaise. Stuff mixture into a pita pocket.
Split a bran muffin in half. Butter and top each half with a spoonful of applesauce and a dash of cinnamon. Put two halves together or eat as an open-face sandwich.
Slice a hard-boiled egg and put into a pita pocket along with a little mayonnaise and some shredded lettuce. Add a sprinkling of bacon bits.
Toast a frozen waffle. Spread some cream cheese and top with some fresh orange segments.
Split and toast a bagel. Spread each half with a little mustard and top with a slice of salami and several avocado slices.
Open and drain a small can of pineapple chunks; turn into a bowl. Add several large spoonfuls of vanilla yogurt and stir. Eat with crackers or a granola bar.
Toast a slice of whole wheat bread. Spread with butter. Top with a few dried apricot slices or some coconut flakes.
Put a chicken bouillon cube into a mug. Carefully add boiling water and stir until cube is dissolved. Break an egg into a bowl and beat with a fork. Pour egg into hot broth and stir. Eat with carrot or bread sticks.
Mix 1/2 cup of mayonnaise with a pinch of curry powder. Use as a dip with radishes and string beans.
Wash a pear. Slice in half and scoop out core with a teaspoon. Put a large dollop of cottage cheese on each half and top with a little French dressing.
Spread graham crackers with farmer cheese and orange marmalade. Drink a mug of hot cocoa with this combination.
Combine cottage cheese with applesauce and mashed banana; top with sunflower seeds and a sprinkling of nutmeg.
Cover half a toasted English muffin with tomato sauce, top with slices of mozzarella cheese, and sprinkle with chopped green pepper. Broil muffin ( on aluminum foil to avoid a mess ) in a toaster-oven until cheese melts.
Put canned peaches or plums in a saucepan over low heat and sprinkle with cinnamon. When nice and hot, transfer to a bowl, add a dollop of sour cream, and eat!
Fill up with a yogurt shake! Put 1 cup of orange juice, 1/2 container of yogurt, 1 tablespoon of honey, and a sliced banana in a blender. Mix well.
Cinnamon toast eaten with a peeled orange is a great snack. To make the topping for buttered toast, mix 1 teaspoon of sugar and a dash of cinnamon.
Dip carrot and celery strips in chunky peanut butter or soft cheddar cheese.
Liven up plain yogurt with chunks of apple and a tablespoon of breakfast cereal. Top with brown sugar.
To make a quick cranberry-banana slush, slice 2 large bananas into a blender. Add 1 can ( 6-oz size) of frozen cranberry drink ( unthawed ) and mix well until blended. Pour into parfait glasses and eat with a spoon or drink with a straw. This recipe makes enough to share with a friend.
Split and toast an English muffin. Mix together 2 tablespoons of farmer cheese and 1 tablespoon of strawberry jam. Divide cheese mixture and spread over muffin halves. Top with nuts or raisins.
Chop together a hard-boiled egg and some iceberg lettuce. Add enough French dressing or mayonnaise to make everything hold together. Spread mixture on two slices of whole wheat bread and cut each slice into four pieces. Top with a little pickle relish or olives.
For a handy snack bowl, gently remove one whole leaf of iceberg lettuce from the head. Fill with grapes, apple slices, nuts and dried fruits. Carry it out to play; when you finish the snack you can eat the lettuce bowl. You don't ahve to remember to bring home the dish or hunt for a trash can to throw away a paper container.
Toast a tortilla and spread with your favorite bean or onion dip, or flavored cheese spread. Top with chopped lettuce and some sliced dill pickles or olives. If you don't have tortilla, use a pita or a piece of toast.
Toast a frozen wheat waffle, butter it and top with apple slices, or drained canned peach slices, and honey.
Mix a chelled can of rice pudding with some fresh orange slices or canned mandarin orange sections, drained. Spooned into a parfait glass, the pudding looks as good as it tastes!
Fill a hot dog bun or small French bread with shredded cheese, cabbage, lettuce and carrots. Top with a tomato slice and some oil and vinegar dressing for a submarine sandwich.
For a peanut butter milk shake, measure 1 1/2 cups of milk, 1/4 cup of smooth peanut butter, and 1 tablespoon of honey into a blender. Mix until smooth.
Wash a medium tomato. Cut out core and place tomato cut-end up on a salad plate. Make cuts almost to bottom dividing tomato into 6 wedges. Gently spread wedges open to make a flower. Fill center with plain or vegetable cottage cheese (or leftover egg salad or coleslaw).
Spread a slice of bologna with mustard or cheese spread and wrap around a sesame bread stick.
Make your own yogure or cottage cheese sundaes: Place a scoop of your favorite thick yogurt or cottage cheese in a bowl and top with fruit and granola, unprocessed bran, wheat germ, or Grapenuts.
In a dish blend 2 tablespoons of peanut butter with 1 tablespoon of honey. Toast a frozen waffle, spread with peanut butter-honey mixture, and top with a few dried apricots.
Mix 2 tablespoons of whipped cream cheese with 1 teaspoon of raisins and 1 teaspoon of unsalted peanuts or soybeans. Toast a corn muffin or taoster cake and spread with cheese mixture.
Crumble several graham crackers into a bowl. Add 2 heaping teaspoonfuls of plain or vanilla yogurt. Stir. Top with a few green grapes.
Split and taost awhole wheat English muffin. Top with cheddar cheese spread. Press some apple slices into cheese and enjoy!
Pour 1 cup of cold milk into a blender. Add asmall can of vanilla pudding and 1/2 cup blueberries. Blend until smooth. Put in a tall galss and drink.
Warm a tortilla in toaster-oven for a minute or so, then stuff softenend tortilla with sticks of Monterey Jack cheese. Spoon some prepared taco sauce over cheese, if you like extra zip.
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