Easy Quarantine Dinners
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Easy Quarantine Dinners

Rummage through your pantry and create something great!

Easy Quarantine Dinners

These meals are quick and easy, and you should already have most of the ingredients.

1. Big Pizza Bagels

What you need:

- bagel, sliced in halves

- marinara or spaghetti sauce

- your choice of cheese

- any toppings (pepperoni, peppers, etc...anything BESIDES pineapple)

What you do:

1. Spread you sauce onto the flat part of the bagel.

2. Slap yo cheese on it.

3. Place your toppings neatly on top. Don't slap them.

4. Put in the oven or microwave. I don't know how long or what temperature. Use your imagination. Sorry I ain't Guy Fieri. Just wait til the cheese melts. Bada-bing-bada-boom.

2. Egg and Bacon Breakfast Wraps

What you need:





-flour tortilla wraps

What you do:

1. Scramble your eggs.

2. Add one slice of American cheese for every egg you cooked. Mix the cheese into the eggs until it melts.

3. Cook your bacon how you like it.

4. Butter your tortilla.

5. Lightly warm the tortilla in a pan.

6. Add your eggs and bacon to the tortilla, wrap up, and enjoy.

3. Grilled Cheese

You know how to make this... I hope.

4. Sausage Pesto

What you need:

- one small tube of sausage

-tri-color rotini noodles

-Rana pesto sauce

What you do:

1. Roll the sausage in your hands to make small sausage balls.

2. Once all the sausage has been made into balls, cook them on medium heat, flipping occasionally. Try not to break them or smush them.

3. Boil water and cook your noodles. Al dente or bust, fellas.

4. Drain the noodles.

5. Mix the pesto sauce.

6. Pour the pesto in the noodles and then add the sausage.

7. Stir and cook on low heat for about 2 minutes.

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