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Check out my post at the bottom of page 4!

Cinnamon Toast

4 slices bread
Half a stick of salted butter (softened)
1/4 cup sugar
1/4 tablespoon Saigon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract (I prefer bourbon vanilla, use whichever type you prefer)
1/32 teaspoon ground nutmeg (optional)

1) Preheat oven to 350 Fahrenheit.

2) Smush softened butter with a fork. Dump in sugar, cinnamon, vanilla and nutmeg, if using. Stir to completely combine.

3) Spread on slices of bread, completely covering the surface all the way to the edges.

4) Place toast on a cookie sheet. Place cookies sheet into the oven and bake for 10 minutes.

5) Remove from oven and cut slices into halves diagonally.

Nutella and Bread


Toast bread. Spread Nutella on toast. Eat it.

I guess people like this? I mean, it’s basically cake frosting but whatever.

Tomato toast

Tomato soup
2 slices of cheese

1) Pour can of tomato soup into pot.
2) Put in two pieces of cheese.
3) Heat. Pour over toast.

Milk Toast


1) Cover small pan with milk an inch thick. Add a few shakes of salt and pepper.
2) Heat, but don’t boil.
3) Butter toast.
4) Put toast in milk. Flip. Don’t wait too long or it will fall apart.
5) Enjoy.

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Cheese Quesadilla

Two quesadillas
Shredded cheese

1)Put cheese on tortilla. Top with 2nd tortilla

2) Heat in oven at 350 degrees for like 5 minutes or whatever; play it by ear.

English Muffin with Jam

English muffin

Toast English muffin. Spread jam on top. Eat.
They’re delicious.

Grilled cheese

Two slices cheese
Two pieces bread

1)Butter bread generously.
2) Put bread butter-side down on frying pan over medium heat.
3) Stack both pieces of cheese on bread.
4) Top with final piece of bread butter-side up.
5) Flip after a few minutes. Keep flipping until both sides are a tasty golden brown.
TIP: Slice of mozzarella + slice of cheddar = freaking divine-tier sandwich

Prepackaged Stuff

INGREDIENTS: 1 package of whatever

INSTRUCTIONS: Follow the instructions on the package; they’re a touch more expensive but a nice break.

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Wow luke, I didn’t realize you were such a cooking wizard!

For non vegetarians: it is really easy to just pick up some chicken tenders at some place (or maybe some that are leftover) and throw them into the cheese quesadilla to make them really good.

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Originally posted by braves055:

Wow luke, I didn’t realize you were such a cooking wizard!

For non vegetarians: it is really easy to just pick up some chicken tenders at some place (or maybe some that are leftover) and throw them into the cheese quesadilla to make them really good.

Lol, don’t push it.
MmeBunneh has to learn the basics.

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Oh gosh I’m going to start creating a grocery list now with these recipes, whee! Thank you so much Luke for the recipes, I’m going to try them all out someday and detail my experiences in this thread.

Hopefully my roommate won’t buy the most expensive items and charge me for it since I have the closing shift today and that’s when grocery shopping is happening.

Question, does anyone know how to, erm, make cheesecake or have recipes for it that’s super easy and like, fool proof haha. My birthday is in less than two months and I’d rather have an entire cheesecake than buy a slice for $5. That and buttered noodles, I always eat the exact same things every year for my birthday and I’d rather try to make it at home for once.

Sob why is the closest Noodles and Company in the state next to me, I always eat the exact same thing each year.

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I’ve tried to make an omelette before and it didn’t turn out very well. So I just tried Luke’s recipe (with chopped onion, pepper and a slice of mozzarella cheese added) and I’m really pleased with the results. Thanks LukeMann!

Edit: Bunneh, I’m not sure if this is what you’re looking for but this recipe looks simple enough. There are other cheesecakes recipes in that site if you want to check. Good luck!

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So I’m currently grocery shopping and I was wondering if people whom are currently on figured I should get other stuff before I check out. Eek time to try Luke’s recipes soon!

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How to make pizza:
1. Buy pizza instead of making it because you’re too lazy
2. Eat

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Oh gawd someone help me, something happened to my scrambled eggs.

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Oh my god…

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How to make water:

1. Get a glass.
2. Fill with water.

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Originally posted by MmeBunneh:

Oh gawd someone help me, something happened to my scrambled eggs.

Lmfao oh god how do you fuck this up so badly I’m sorry but that is hilarious

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Originally posted by AmaneAkaike:

How to make a rabbit sandwich.

1. Get rabbit.
2. Kill it.
3. Place rabbit between two slices of bread.

Add ketchup and cheese.


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Originally posted by LukeMann:

Scrambled Eggs

2-4 eggs
1 Tbsp butter
Optional: Shredded cheese

1) Heat a frying pan on low heat.
2) Crack eggs into a bowl.
3) Beat with fork or whisk until well-mixed.
4) Melt roughly one tablespoon of butter into pan; ensure full coverage of the bottom of the pan.
5) Pour egg mixture into pan.
6) Break up eggs as they solidify; ensure that all parts cook evenly.
7) When the eggs look nearly done, transfer to plate.
8) Season with salt and pepper to taste.
OPTIONAL: shortly before transferring eggs to plate, sprinkle with shredded cheese.


Same procedure as scrambled eggs; but instead of breaking up the eggs, you should use a spatula to lift the cooked eggs and let the uncooked egg flow underneath. When nearly set, top with filling of your choice and fold in half. Let cook slightly longer and transfer to plate.

Eggs Over Medium

1-2 eggs
1 Tbsp butter

1) Crack one or two eggs into bowl, ensuring yolk does not break.
2) Heat up frying pan on low heat
3) Melt butter onto pan, ensuring full coverage.
4) Pour eggs into pan. Tilt the pan to keep the egg whites together.
5) When the egg whites are nearly set, flip the eggs. Be gentle so as to avoid the yolk breaking.
6) Cook for about a minute. This varies according to your stove and pan, so experiment a bit! Cook less for Over Easy and more for Over Hard.
7) Transfer to plate and season with salt and pepper.
OPTIONAL: Enjoy with a slice of toast to sop up some of the egg!

Scrambled French Toast

4 slices bread
2 eggs
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 tbsp butter

1) Cut bread into 3/4" cubes.
2) Mix eggs, milk, cinnamon, sugar, and vanilla in a bowl and beat together.
3) Pour mixture over bread cubes and toss lightly until bread is nicely coated
4) Melt butter in a pan over medium heat.
5) Pour in bread cubes.
6) Cook until brown on one side, then flip.
7) Cut into wedges and eat.

Note: I haven’t actually tried this one, but it sounds neat!

I suppose you are trying to cook scrambled eggs, so see what you did wrong. You know, if you are THAT bad a cooking, you can stick to simple recipes like Grilled cheese.
So let’s review.
Did you put in 2-4 eggs?
Did you get 1 tbsp of butter?
Did you heat the frying pan on low heat?
Hell, did you crack the eggs in the bowl or the frying pan?
Did you beat it with a fork or whisk it in the Bowl?
Now, did you put it in the frying pan? Looks like in the pic that you put the full egg in the frying pan and not the bowl.
Did that help or is it too late?

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Sob it’s too late now but I guess I’ll answer the questions:

  • 4 eggs
  • No idea on butter, I just put a chunk in and hoped for the best since it broke when I was putting butter in the pan from the stick
  • It was on medium I think but I kept going back and forth on the heat since I freaked out
  • Cracked eggs in the bowl!
  • Uh fork in the bowl
  • I put the eggs in the pan
  • It’s already too late to save me from my horrific cooking skills

Sob I’m going to nap, this is depressing. I was even going to try and be adventurous and make like stuff with like bread crumbs and this squash thing from the farmshare but now I’m going to nap depressed and hopeless from all life and cooking for an hour.

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Seriously, just ask your roommate to help you. Learning from the Environment and from expereience is the best method to learn to cook.

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Bunneh, here’s my actual thin ALMOST crepe recipe for a light snack, brunch type thing. If not, it makes for one hell of a desert + fruit and ice-cream.
You’ll need:
2 eggs
2 cups of milk
A whisker (I prefer NON-Electric)
2 cups of pancake mix
half a cup of syrup.
half a cup of chocolate chips

Now, how to make:
1. Start pre-heating flat pan early, up to 400 degrees. Also spray with non-stick grill spray. (Reasons I suggest grill spray)
2. Put the pancake mix into a bowl, add eggs, then milk.
3. Whisk into it’s in a batter type substance.
4. Add chocolate chips.
5. Whisk.
6. Add the syrup.
7. Take about a fourth of cup of batter. (make sure they’re chocolate chips in it ofc) And place it on the pan.
8. Let sit for 45 seconds, then check to see if the middle is brown (Bottom part of the pancake thingy) and the outsides are lightish.
9. If so, flip. Do the same thing.
10. Once your done making all of them. Put honey on it then put fruits of your choice on top.
11. Powder brown sugar on top of that.
12. Enjoy the best pancake’s you ever had in your life.
Beware: They’re tiny so you can make A LOT.

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I use this topic to make me hungry when i try to bulk. All these lovely pictures <3

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So, i just made this for lunch and it was amazing.

Cara’s taking on Chinese Desert, Desert for 2:
You’ll need 5 eggs.
A baby tomato.
4/10’s of a cucumber.
And a shredded cheese of your choosing.

1. Crack all 5 eggs into a bowl.
2. Cut the cucumber into a different bow. Cut off the skin.
3. Cut the tomato into another different bowl, cut out the white core thingy.
4. Preheat pan with butter on high, be sure the whole thing is covered in butter with no excess butter. (It can burn)
5. Put eggs in pan. Keep going until the eggs start taking shape. at least 90% of the egg yoke should be turning into scrambled eggs.
6. Put tomato in spread around. Keep mixing.
7. Once tomatoes are heated, put in cucumber.
8. Keep heating until cucumber is hot, or before anything burns, it’ll still be soft regardless.
9. Put it on a big plate (or 2 evenly if you hate sharing off one plate).
10. sprinkle the cheeses over the top and around the side of the plate.
11. Enjoy the 10/10 meal.
Sprinkling pepper is optional.

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Gosh, I’m sorry, but is just realized I probably have better cooking skills than a late teen girl. I feel proud!
Lol, anyways. Many good recipes that are quite simple could be on numerous websites. Check them out Bunneh!

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About the grilled cheese sandwich Hallu…
How do I check if the pan is hot enough? I’m guessing you just stick your hand on the pan, yeah?

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Grilled cheese:
1. Get cheese and a grill.
2. Put the cheese on the rill.
3. Turn the grill on 200 degrees.
4. Turn it off after 5 minutes.

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Here’s a picture of my pancake desert BunnBun.

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Originally posted by MmeBunneh:

Oh gawd someone help me, something happened to my scrambled eggs.

i lold

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Originally posted by MmeBunneh:

Oh gawd someone help me, something happened to my scrambled eggs.