Chuck’s Recipes

The novelty of the amount of food choices in Chuck’s will, believe it or not, eventually fade and leave you with a desire for some variety. Whether through new combinations or methods of cooking the available fare, past students have discovered dishes that relieve the eventual monotony. By following these recipes or creating new ones, you can treat your tastebuds and wow your parents with your cooking prowess.

Cinnamon Rolls

Grab a few dinner rolls and place them in a microwavable bowl. Next, create the filling by mixing brown sugar, cinnamon and butter. Microwave the mixture until the butter melts and stir it into a thick paste. Make holes in the center of each roll and drop the filling into the holes. Make a glaze using cream cheese and sugar and microwave the mixture until it’s soft and creamy. Microwave the rolls a few seconds to heat them up and spread the glaze on top. Drop your empty dishes on the conveyor belt and dig in!

Chuck’s Muffins

Fill a microwavable bowl about 2/3 full with waffle batter. Add chocolate chips, cinnamon sugar, peanut butter or any other ingredient to increase the flavor. Microwave for a minute. Add some soft serve ice cream to your creation to make it even better!

Rice Krispy Treats

Place crispy rice cereal, marshmallows and butter into a microwavable bowl and microwave until you can stir the gooey mix together. Add chocolate chips or peanut butter for extra flavor and chow down.

Pita Chips

Grab a pita from the stash near the grill and tear it into eight pieces. Pour oil onto the grill and place the pieces of pita in it to brown. Once one side has finished browning, flip the chips over. Once brown, sprinkle the chips with garlic salt for an appetizer or cinnamon sugar for dessert. Add hummus for garlic chips, or a cream cheese and sugar dip for cinnamon sugar chips.

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