Ty's Favorite Fall Recipes


Ty's Favorite Fall Recipes

Here in Montana, winter's just right around the corner. This is my favorite time of year to get kinda high and eat a bunch of food. I figured I ought to compile some of my favorite fall recipes.

 

Note: I've never made these before, but this is how I think they should be made.

 

 

tater tot casserole

Ingredients:

1 bag of frozen tatertots

1 can cream of mushroom soup (I'm pretty positive there's cream of mushroom soup in this stuff)

A vegetable of your choosing. (I like peas)

Lots of cheese

I think thats it

Oh yeah, meat or meat substitute

How to make it:

Cook up your meat or meat substitute to your liking. Add a vegetable of your choosing. In my case I like peas (a lot). Cook all of that stuff together...add some onions or something idk...

When all of that is cooked mix in your mushroom soup and mix it all into a cohesive grey mass. Dump that into a casserole dish and cover with cheese, then frozen tatertots. Bake at 420 degrees F until it's cooked all the way through. Top with cheese and bake just enough to melt the top cheese. Go bake yourself while it cools down. Turn off your oven. Enjoy.

 

butternut squash soup

Ingredients:

4 butternut squashes

1 pint of cream or coconut milk

1 quart of vegetable stock

1 stick of butter (?)

Uhhh sage or something

Salt and pepper

How to make it:

Cook your squashes. If you don't know how, just google it. You probably put them in the oven at 420 degrees F or something.

Scoop squashes into a food processor or blender. Add cream and all the other stuff in the ingredients list except the sage probably unless you want to add the sage. Blend it up smooth and then put your soup in a pot and warm it up nice. Top it with some sage. Idk what that white stuff in the picture is. Enjoy. Turn off your oven if it's still on. 

kraft dinner mac and cheese

Ingredients:

1 or 2 boxes of KD

1 big scoop of greek yogurt

extra cheese if you wild

lots of peas

Texas Pete's hot sauce

How to make it:

Cook your Kraft Dinner macaroni. They call it Kraft Dinner in Canada, and Montana is close to Canada. If you're in the rest of the US you might call it Kraft Macaroni and Cheese...it's all the same. Make sure that water is salty af.

When your noodles are al dente drain most *but not all* of your cooking water. Leave some in the pot to help make your cheesy sauce. Add that sus powdered cheese stuff. Mix it up a lot. Then add the greek yogurt, extra cheese, and peas. Turn the heat back on till that's all good and nice. top with hot sauce. Enjoy. You didn't use your oven, but make sure it's off anyways. 

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In my experience, trying new recipes is really fun when you're juuuuust a little high. And the best way to get just a little high is with some Dangle Supply products.

If you try and of these recipes, please let us know how they turned out by tagging us on Instagram!

Enjoy!

Ty Baunghs

Dangle Supply World Headquarters


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