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    Easiest Meals you know/have

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    So, I will soon be "thriving" my third deployment and I like to cook but I want some recipes or best box dinners you love when your alone. I would love some great crockpot chicken noodle soup recipes if you have one too.
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    Cheeseburger Macaroni Hamburger Helper is my absolute FAVORITE!!!!
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    Are you looking for something healthy, or does it not matter?



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    lol...could go either way
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    Do you like baking bread?
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    Last week I made a chicken veggie pizza. It was very good.. You take spinach dip Yogurt Spinach Dip - All Recipes (I use frozen spinach not fresh) a can of chicken, and all the veggies that you want. The longest part is cooking the spinach dip. And I got the pizza crust that is already made, you don't have to cook it if you don't want to. But for this you kinda have to. You don't need cheese because of the spinach dip, but you can use it if you want to.



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    i've honestly never baked bread...but hell i would love to try lol
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    I would never be able to bake bread. It takes too much time. When my husband was on deployment I bought of bunch of "healthy" frozen dinners. I haaate cooking for just me. I love cooking for him. So it was easy to just throw it in the microwave. And I try to keep busy all day so I don't really have time to think about it. So I wouldn't want to be home cooking, thinking about how much I missed him.



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    Quote Originally Posted by missmaaaine View Post
    I would never be able to bake bread. It takes too much time. When my husband was on deployment I bought of bunch of "healthy" frozen dinners. I haaate cooking for just me. I love cooking for him. So it was easy to just throw it in the microwave. And I try to keep busy all day so I don't really have time to think about it. So I wouldn't want to be home cooking, thinking about how much I missed him.
    I love baking bread because I get to punch it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katylyn130 View Post
    Cheeseburger Macaroni Hamburger Helper is my absolute FAVORITE!!!!
    That's the best!


    If you are looking to cook, then salmon can be really easy, just wrap it in aluminum foil (then you don't have to clean the pan) with some sliced apples, oranges and/or lemon juice. Bake at 350 for twenty or so minutes (depends on how thick the salmon is).

    Ribs can also be really easy (I buy boneless ones), just put them in a crockpot with a thing of barbecue sauce when you wake up in the morning and they should be done by dinnertime.


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