a) make lemonade
b) make a lemon drop margarita
c) don’t squeeze the juice into your eye
d) throw ’em in the disposal
Technically any of the above answers is appropriate though I’m partial to b myself.
But what to do when the freezer gives you lumpy milk? I have a gallon I froze the day it came home from the grocer and now won’t mix like normal milk. I’ve never had this problem before and I’m loathe to throw away a gallon of perfect good smelling milk because it looks funny.
Answer? Make pudding
Lots of pudding. Here’s a half gallon of the milk magically transformed into cheesecake, butterscotch, chocolate and lemon pudding.
The rest of the milk will get used up tomorrow when I pre-mix a few side dishes that require milk. Now that my pantry stock is back in the house and hopefully safe from the ant invasion I can pull out a few things and do some bulk cooking.
I tried something new, writing down everything on this side of the pantry – all side dishes. Now technically I could use that milk for things like muffin mixes and cereal, as you see below I have plenty of breakfasty foods. But I really do not like cereal. I know, it’s abnormal. And made me a terrible college student. I even went four years without eating Ramen.
No one will touch it until it’s time for dessert and then ta da!
Almonds, chocolate chips, Reece’s pieces, white chocolate chips, walnuts & mini marshmellows:
And that’s all for the Monday night edition of “what’s in Kelly’s kitchen after 10 weeks without grocery shopping!”