Chocolate Covered Pretzles

Getting a little bit fancy.


  • A desired amount of pretzels
  • A desired amount of chocolate

What to Do:

  • Put chocolate in a microwave safe dish and heat in microwave in 30 second to 1 minute intervals, stirring to make sure chocolate doesn’t burn (because that would be devastating)
  • when all chocolate has just melted, remove bowl from microwave
  • Swirl pretzels around in chocolate until evenly coated and place on a plate
  • Put plate in the fridge until chocolate hardens


Dorm Cookin’-Beanthread Noodles with Tofu

I forgot to post this the night I made it, but here is the recipe. It’s another installment of Dorm Cookin’! Do not look too closely at the picture, due to it’s shoddy quality.


  • Bean thread noodles
  • Firm tofu
  • Soy sauce
  • Minced garlic
  • Chicken bullion

What To Do:

  • Put dry bean thread noodles in a bowl, add to cover, and heat in microwave until noodles are cooked. Drain water.
  • Let noodles cool.
  • Add in to the noodle bowl:
    • Tofu (cubed)
    • Soy sauce
    • Chicken bullion
    • Mixed garlic
  • Mix all ingredients into the noodles and heat in the microwave for 1-1.5 minutes


*There are no exact measurements, just eyeball everything*

I Have More Things to Say, but I’ll Tell You Later Because I’m Tired

So, I made myself dinner tonight.

I think it’s pretty classy for microwave cooking!

Anyway, here is the recipe, because why not?


Angle hair pasta

Olive oil

Garlic Salt



What to do:

1. Break the angel hair pasta into quarters and put in a glass measuring cup (2 cups).

2. Fill water to until pasta is mostly covered. Add salt and a tiny bit of olive oil.

3. Heat in microwave for five minutes, let stand, then heat for another 2 minutes (watch that it doesn’t flow over)

4. Stir pasta, test to make sure it’s cooked through.

5. In another bowl, mix together ham (cut up), peas, garlic slat, and some olive oil. Heat for 30-45 seconds

6. Mix with pasta and add cheese to tastes 🙂


Good Night!