DID YOU KNOW? The average American spends $2,746 a year on going out for lunch, according to a survey by Visa. That’s an average of $53 a week.
By contrast, the average meal made at home costs just $4!
Here are a few ideas “kids” of all ages will love. (Click on the underlined text for the full recipe.)
Best-Ever Grilled Cheese, with a mayo-butter spread (don’t knock it ’til you try it) and your choice of Wisconsin cheeses.
Chili-Topped Cornbread Waffles, an easy way to repurpose last night’s leftovers.
Garlic Bread Pizza Sandwiches, using frozen garlic bread and shredded mozzarella for an extra-quick meal.
Salami & Provolone Pasta Salad, a refreshing way to use your charcuterie leftovers.
A Wisconsin Product Box, with popcorn and dried cranberries, whole cherries, Colby jack and sausage kebabs, and slices of apple kringle.
A Wisconsin State Fair Box, with “salad on a stick,” baked potato bites, and sliced baby corn.
A KwikTrip Box, with a salami and cheese sandwich, Chex Mix, apple slices, and a fruit cup.
A Brewer Box, with halved pretzel buns, pretzel chips, hot dog skewers, sliced pineapple, and blueberries.
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