I'm not kidding when I say lids will flip right off.
You like eating, right? I mean, I know it's sort of KEY to living and all. But you like the act of it, am I right? Good.
You like happiness too, right? I mean, I know it's sort of KEY to our well being and all. But you like to feel happy, am I right? Good.
You like to shake, rattle and roll, right? I mean, I know it's sort of KEY to, well, . . . I guess not much, but let's just go with it.
Let me just get to the point. What I have for you today will have your rattle shaking and rolling all. up. on. yo. face.
Spinach + Artichoke Hearts + Macaroni + Alfredo Sauce + Pillsbury Crescent Rolls = Sweet Mother Mary of Motown.
Grab some elbow macaroni, some Green Giant frozen spinach, artichoke hearts, jarred alfredo sauce (I used roasted garlic and died), some Rice Chex cereal, some parmesan cheese and some Pillsbury crescent rolls. Shakin' yet?
First off, give the cereal and the cheese a quick blitz in a small food processor.
Instant crunchy topping!
Then dump that alfredo sauce into a small saucepan and bring to a simmer. Stir in the thawed spinach (squeeze out any extra liquid too) and artichoke hearts. Now, you can break up the hearts as much as you like, or leave them whole. I left them mostly whole because I heart big chunks of hearts.
See what I did there?
Once you cook the elbow mac, just drain and dump-a-roo! One of these days I WILL stop saying things like that.
Go ahead and press the crescent rolls down into a muffin tin. Press the bottoms to cover all the space. Does that make sense? Like, in each tin or cup. Cover it all. Never mind.
Spoon in that gah-lor-ious creamy pasta into each dough cup.
Then sprinkle the little cereal/cheese mixture on top!
Bake bake bake aaaaannnnddd….
Not even kidding, you guys.
I ate four in one single breath.
The TASTE of these will straight up body slam you to the ground.
Shake. Rattle. Roll.*Bev recommends eating these on the sofa for when the body slamming occurs. Less pain, ya know? For more musings visit her blog at Bev Cooks and her Tablespoon profile.