Part of a Fun in the Summer Sun series I did last year!
Welcome to the next Fun in the Summer Sun event!
Thanks so much for all the great link-ups so far!
Here’s the line up:
- The 1st Monday of each month: link up your “Kid friendly summer activities”
- The 2nd Monday of each month: link up your “Kid friendly summer crafts”
- The 3rd Monday of each month: link up your “Kid friendly summer recipes”
- The 4th Monday of each month: link up your “How to stay cool in the summer heat”
Here’s our “kid friendly summer recipe!”
We’ve slowly been chipping away at our summer bucket list, and one of the things we had yet to do was use the fire starters Babydoll made at camp. She also wanted to make hobo dinners, so I figured we could kill two birds with one stone and make hobo dinners using her fire starters.
I didn’t really want to make a beef, onion, pepper hobo dinner, so I decided we’d look for something else. I happened to get the new Food Network magazine and inside were a few recipes for grilled items. We saw the grilled lasagna and thought, “How freaking cool!”
I’m not going to post the recipe here only because we didn’t really use it… We pretty much did our own thing…
We made our sauce.
We began to layer our lasagna.
And more layering…
Finally finished layering!
And then we wrapped the little lasagnas tightly, cooking ten minutes on each side. Let ‘em sit for a few minutes, and they’re ready to eat.
Be sure to use no-boil lasagna noodles; other than that, have fun with it!
Have any great recipes you’d like to share?