Say Cheese

Happy November!

In my attempts to recover from this weekend’s halloween candy overload, I didn’t bring any chocolate back nor did I buy any candy at the store. It was a sad Halloween.

This is big. I should reward myself.

Oh wait.

But luckily I was in the mood for something savory and crunchy and not carby yesterday. What a confusing taste palette I have. So I decided to slice up some leftover Gouda cheese and make some cheese crisps. Delicious. Maybe better healthier than chocolate for me too.

I’ve done this before and have always been pleased with results. There is something satisfying about taking the normal texture of cheese and making it crisper and crunchy and even more flavorful.

Cheese Crisps

One block of Gouda or other hard sliceable cheese

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a baking sheet with non-stick spray or line with wax paper. Slice cheese thin. Line on sheet and bake for about 5 minutes or until cheese is bubbly and wafer thin. Let cool. Carefully remove and enjoy!

 

Plus can you believe it’s November already?? Where has time gone!

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About Kristina

I'm a college student who's a self-proclaimed foodie, book lover, and exerciser. Balancing life, school, exercise, and my hobbies isn't easy but I'm making it work and trying to live healthy along the way.

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Welcome to FoodNook!

Hi! I'm Kristina and a college student who loves food, eating, fitness, and variety of other fun things! I have a combined love of food and fitness and trying to balance it all into my busy life. FoodNook is my way of documenting my experiences and adventures in navigating healthy living on my own and trying out new things.
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