My son was getting a bedtime snack, and he held up a small box of frosted mini-wheats and asked if he could have that with milk.
I said, "Well, we're out of milk. You can have them dry if you're curious about what it would be like to eat a tumble weed sprinkled with a little sugar."
For real, though. Thank you, Kellogg's for making frosted mini tumble-wheats. While I'm on the subject, have you ever seen the non mini-wheats? They are pretty much the size of my head. One giant, slightly frosted tumble weed.
Now on to this recipe. It is delicious, and it's really easy to throw together. I have been working about 10 hour days all week long, so I've been beyond tired once dinner comes rolling around. As tempting as it was to just go get some hamburgers, tacos, or pizza for everyone, I've been trying to avoid fast food since I'm counting calories and all that jazz. Sooo... I made a cheesy pasts dish #winning. In my defense, I scraped the cheese of my portion. :) My family loved this tortellini. The fennel seed gives it the flavor of Italian sausage without the sausage. The mushrooms give it a little different flavor. Quick. Cheesy. Delicious!
Cheesy Tortellini Bake
photo and recipe source: http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/cheesy_tortellini_casserole/