Wednesday, December 3, 2008

WW - Animal Instinct


As I thought about this week's Wordful Wednesday, I tried to keep in mind my target audience and thought, "I haven't yet done a cooking post!"

So I dug through our extensive recipe archives until I found the perfect offering to share with my bloggy friends...

Animal Crackers and Key Lime Yogurt

or

"Mucus in the Wild"



Ingredients:

Animal Crackers, Brand: generic, Qty - many.
Key Lime Yogurt, one cup, just under expiration deadline.

Directions:

1. Open yogurt.
2. Use many animal crackers to scoop up yogurt.
3. Sometimes use 2 crackers at a time to scoop up yogurt.
4. Eat.
5. When kids scream "What are you eating??!!" Turn your back and walk away quickly, all the while eating.
6. If wife sees, give her a look like "Never you mind, honey, meet me in the laundry room."
Note: The plate pictured above was just for show. Stopping for such minor details will throw off the recipe. Skip the plate.

If you listen closely, you can HEAR me getting fatter.


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Thanks again to Angie for another ragin' Wordful Wednesday...

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39 comments:

angie said...

That IS light yogurt. You could be doing much worse.....like I did this afternoon....banana, chocolate, something heaven that my SIL made. I FEEL fatter. :)

Deb said...

you are hilarious.

i wonder how the frosted animal crackers would work in this recipe?

Kristina P. said...

I thought this was going to be about Weight Watchers, damn you.

Mandy said...

Hilarious and tempting! I love key lime yogurt. And animal crackers. And eating food in general.

rachael said...

ewww! i hate key lime yogurt. make it vanilla and now you're talking :)

Tony said...

Cue the Jimmy Buffett tunes in the background. Now do you chase that combo with one of those vodka diet orange shasta beverages?

Brandy said...

Looks great and I bet I could get the kids to eat it too.

jill jill bo bill said...

You use yogurt-I use frosting in a can. Guess that is why I can kick your ass...or at least sit on you and crush you.

Rachel said...

Laughed my ass off at this. Your idea of cooking is right up my alley. Soon I might share with you my recipe for Easy Mac. Stay tuned....

Letti said...

I need to try this.

Allison said...

Eeewww, but funny nonetheless!

Kelli @ Gohn Crazy said...

If I had been drinking it would be coming out my nose. Mucus in the wild?! *ROFL* Too funny.

Lorie said...

MMMM...MMMMM....Good! I love Key Lime anything!

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

very funny -

Liz said...

Going shopping tomorrow...you just added to my list...I might have to branch out...try it with several flavors....yummmmm

Beadiful Things said...

Ew.

Candace Jean July 16 said...

Hilarious cooking post. But my disgusting jello via Mr. Linky....yuck. Reminds me of that old TV show - was it "GagMe and MaceMe?" Perhaps you're too young to remember.

Michelle said...

LOL! Listen to you getting fatter......buddy that is all women ever hear! :)

orlund said...

Mucus in the Wild, LOL. Hmmm, I will have to try that!

Jaime said...

My post will definitely make you fatter, as well!
And we do this, only with graham crackers and pudding! Yum!

Brenda said...

I think you know my husband. . .that is how he eats too.

You should make fun of us more often, it suits you ;)

Christina said...

"Meet me in the laundry room" was the best part!

Renée aka Mekhismom said...

Funny! Very simply recipe I like it.

Eudea-Mamia said...

Yum, love me some mucus.

I'm picking up a theme with you...orange, lime...

Please tell me you do eat actual fruit.

Em

Jenners said...

Anything called Mucus in the Wild is a surefire winner in our house! Though lime yogurt just sounds absolutely revolting!

You are so so funny! When is your comedy tour coming to our town?

Abby said...

Sounds good! I know I would have a little person following me saying "more, more".

Candice said...

So I was looking at your "mr linky" to see where I wanted to venture off to and when I saw "Hugh G Rection" I knew I was in love. Unfortunately when I feverishly clicked that link it brought me back to YOUR page.

What's up? ;)

Ali said...

Destined to become a holiday classic!

Lori of I'm no super Mom said...

Too funny!

Shala said...

Soo funny. And the recipe is so easy!

Tenakim said...

I'm marveling at your mad cooking skills!I have something for you over at my place.

Momisodes said...

ROFL!!! I'm sure the "just under expiration" adds the perfect kick to this recipe ;)

Tabitha Blue said...

That looks pretty gross... but I'm sure very tasty!!! I'll have to try it and I'm sure my little one would love it :)

Jenni Jiggety said...

I am with Deb! Can we use chocolate frosting instead of yogurt???

Kimber said...

Don't like yogurt but whipped cream or frosting might do the trick.

GNO Gals, Jyl and Carissa said...

Okay. am sooo stumbling this one. am.

Carissa

Hollie said...

hilarious jay. that is my kind of snack! I keep a bag of animal crackers in my car....not necessarily for Kate, but more for myself. love them!

Krazy Armstrong K's! said...

yummy!!!

Clare said...

jay you are too funny! i love this recipe, i am going to have to try it sometime soon:)

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To laugh often and love much; to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of children; to earn the approbation of honest citizens and endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to give of one's self; to leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with exultation; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived - this is to have succeeded. - Emerson