Fight a cold, make some great food.

Tis the season… for getting colds. Normally if I get a good night’s sleep my immune system is a decent fighter. But apparently it is no match for changing weather. It’s finally getting regularly cold, and we had our first sticking snow. I did my best to hold back my sarcastic responses to everyone saying it’s way too early for snow. My whole life, in Michigan and Colorado, the first snow has been in October (or even September!)

Speaking of Michigan, nothing is best for feeling sick like your favorite Michigan tee and some unnecessarily bright pants.

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I’ve never been one to follow unnecessary rules. And I’m wearing bright colors year round.

T-shirt – MichiganAwesome, Cardi – Mossimo (thrifted), Scarf – Yobel Market (Sak Saum), Jeans – Rue21 (swapped), boots – 6pm

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Clothing aside, my husband came up with the BEST idea recently. We like to make random treats with Crecent rolls when they are on sale. Sometimes just ham and cheese, sometimes throw in some asparagus or broccoli. But this time I had some celebratory brie, and put together with some apple slices, walnuts, and top with honey….

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…wrap them up…

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And bake them at 350 for around 20 minutes. Watch it closely, depending on how much stuff you have inside it may take shorter or longer. Ours were still a tiny bit soft on the inside, partly due to being undercooked I think, but also partly do to gooey wonderful melty brie!

Wondering why I don’t have a finished photo? Because we ate them all. You’ll have to trust me on this one. WINNER of an appetizer (or splurging dinner).

Simplified recipe:

Ingredients:

  • Crescent Rolls
  • 1 apple
  • Brie
  • Walnuts
  • Honey

Unroll your rolls, slice your apple and brie, place in the open roll, top with honey and walnuts, roll up. Bake at 350 for around 20 minutes, watching carefully.

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