Living on a Dime suggests dehydrating potatoes , then using the shreds for hash browns during camping. Whoa -- I didn't know you could even do this! (And Husband LOVES hash browns in the crisp mountain air.) I've got a 10-pound bag of taters that's trying its darndest to sprout, and the food dryer is calling its name.
And ooh, look at this recipe! Now the girlies can have warm 'Delights' anytime they want! (Thanks also to Living on a Dime for this one.)
SINGLE SERVE CAKE
1 box cake mix (any flavor)
1 box pudding mix (any flavor)
Mix the 2 boxes together and store in a container.
When you're ready to make cake, put together:
1 cup mix
1 tablespoon water
1 tablespoon cooking oil
Mix all in a large microwave safe mug (soup
bowl with a handle). Put a dab of frosting on top
of batter. Microwave for one minute. You've got cake for one!
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