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Two Minute Microwave Elephant Ear — In Dianes Kitchen

A crispy, buttery tortilla sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and microwaved for two minutes for a delicious and quick dessert or snack. This isn’t doughy like the ones fried in grease at the festivals but a crispy treat instead. These are made with a 6” tortilla. I have also made these using the large tortilla and […]

Two Minute Microwave Elephant Ear — In Dianes Kitchen

By Angie

Hi! First off, thanks for popping in! I started this blog for a number of reasons and if you look through the posts you will see all sorts of randomness. I'm a mom of 3 living in a small village in Saskatchewan. We are a household that is on the go a lot with the nearest city an hour away. We love reading, going for walks, playing at as many parks as we can find and just hanging out.
I struggle with anxiety, depression, & ptsd but strive to find the positive in the every day ordinary moments and thank the good Lord for all the blessings I have :)
My Mental Health journey has recently reminded me of my love for all kinds of art, writing poetry being the first to reintroduce myself to. It's hard to open up and let those feelings flow after being buried so deep for so long.
I have a little bit of everything here so I won't take it personally if you don't like or connect to everything I write, but I do really appreciate you being here and sharing in this journey of me re-discovering my true self through words and thoughts that don't always make sense to anyone but myself :D

4 replies on “Two Minute Microwave Elephant Ear — In Dianes Kitchen”

Angie, I am going to try this.
A point of interest, I have been saving many of your recipes.
I love to cook and bake. Something about doing those things is calming to me usually.
Maybe, just maybe, some would think that strange.
My love for cooking and baking comes from my maternal grandmother!:)

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I love that you’ve been saving them 🙂 I agree some would find it strange that cooking and baking would be calming but I completely agree with you! I find cooking less calming though because I get too stressed out when I’m cooking lol. Too much going on at the same time. Baking is something I love (also something I think I picked up my mom and grandmother), it’s my favorite creative outlet 😀

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