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The Thomas the Train snack train I made for my son's third birthday. It was so easy and cheap to make. It's just 3, two packs of aluminum loaf pans from Walmart at 2.50 each (mine came with plastic lids-great for leftovers), a roll of black electrical tape (.60 cents) and of course, Thomas. We had our Thomas, didn't have to buy one.
Foil Pack Mac 'n Cheese (Campfire Style)
Fun "tinfoil dinner" for the kids while camping. Even older "kids" (aka grandpa) loved it! (For each one) 4 3/8" disposable aluminum pie pan (found over with all disposable baking pans) 1/2 cup cooked elbow macaroni 1/4 cup shredded cheddar 1 tablespoon parmesan 1 tablespoon milk 1/2 T butter salt and pepper to taste Tinfoil For each dish, let the kids combine all ingredients in their pan. Then seal it in foil (a double layer if cooking over an open flame) Fold over extra foil at the top to ma
Healthy frozen meals – Weight Loss Plans: Keto No Carb Low Carb Gluten-free Weightloss Desserts Snacks Smoothies Breakfast Dinner…
Healthy frozen meals A Month of Frozen Meals in One Afternoon: Tips, Tricks, Recipes “without a deep freezer… and in a small kitchen. Lots of tips and recipes!” “I’ve never thought of the aluminum containers. Great idea.” “1) Make sure your kitchen is clean to start. 2) Think about what you want to stock up on. 3) Clean your freezer. 4) Stock up on freezer bags and aluminum pans. 5) Wear comfortable shoes. 6) Have help, if you can. 7) Remember this isn’t a fairy tale. 8) Sharpies are your frien