I couldn't agree more.
At the Sestile house we almost always ate dinner together as a family. Eating dinner together was one of the only things that I had decided was going to happen with our family. I wish it happened more than it does. I wish it could happen that way every night. But sometimes my husband works late. Sometimes our daily errands or activities last longer than expected & we're home too late to prepare the planned meal & just make sandwiches. And sometimes (LOTS of times) the kids are ready to eat ridiculously early.
Tonight I'll be making Crescent Dogs. Adapted from pillsbury.com
|Don't tell my husband I'm using Turkey Dogs!|
2. Separate dough into triangles. Wrap dough triangle around each hot dog. Place on cookie sheet cheese side up.
3. Bake at 375 12-15 minutes or until golden brown.
For this I'm gonna need some help.
|Braden (4 yr old) is an accomplished cheese adder & triangle roller.|
|Eli proudly wearing the remains of his snack- |
yogurt on his nose & cinnamon/sugar on his mouth.
|Eli is supervising.|
|Eli (23 months), the rookie cheese filler.|
|Assembled Crescent Dogs|
|Cooked Crescent Dogs|