Sad Single Guy Recipes: Peanut Butter & Oreo O's Power Spoon
Hey all! Or should I say “bonjour, mi amor” because ol’ chef Dom is back and better than ever, ready to make you salivate with food rather than those really fun senate hearings that have been going on (eeeeeesh). I don’t like to get political with my recipes. If you ask me all the lying and groping is bad for the metabolism! No, my recipes here are for either party to party over, and I’ve got one that’s going to stick to the roof of your mouth - so much that you won’t even want to talk mid-term elections!
But before I delve in, allow me keep you abreast of what’s going on in your charming chef’s life: Ahem, now I’ll try not to get too emotional as I write the following, but … now I don’t want to jump the spatula, but … I may have found the love of my life.
Remember Destiny? One of the lovely women whom I met on OKCupid that I wired money to? Well, we took the next step in our relationship and now instead of just going through PayPal, she’s allowed me to write checks to her! I know, a big step, but I feel communication is so important in a relationship and after writing her a lengthy note in my latest transfer, she couldn’t help but agree. So we’re getting a little more intimate with penmanship. She was very clear about sending her nothing but the check and like a good husband (ha, whoops, sorry, boyfriend!) I abide by those wishes. Sexy notes on check memos really do spice things up, but I will admit this: I did put a few bedazzled hearts with some red glitter that I grabbed during my weekly stop at Jo-Ann’s Fabrics in the envelope, along with a wallet sized photo of my tenth grade yearbook picture so she can meet past me.
But enough about me, let’s get to cookin’, or should I say, let’s get to spoonin’!
Peanut Butter & Oreo-O's Power Spoon
PREPARATION TIME: 23 seconds
Jif Natural Peanut Butter (Stay away from Skippy, I’ve heard they are heavily involved in a human trafficking ring of old people.)
A box of Post Oreo-O’s (two for $5 at Rite-Aid!)
Your favorite spoon!
Now I had to make a slight alteration to the third part as I had to sell most of my spoons to make my two-check-a-week quota to Destiny, so the spoon I’ll be using won’t be my favorite, but I hope it doesn’t stop you from using your favorite cereal sidekick! To the Bat Bowl!
So just take your spoon (I named my substitute “Fairweather Frank”), get a heaping glob of that Jif (Moms like you choose it), drop a couple of those Oreo O’s on there and by the beard of Nabisco, you have yourself a quick snack to charge you up! Now, I’ve been using it for meal substitutes due to my tight budget, but it’s best enjoy it as a snack or dessert. I know those painful hunger pangs and moments of delirium will all pay off when I finally get to meet my Destiny.
Until next time, keep your loved ones close!