How's this for easy? Five ingredients are all you need for a low key night of family fun!
It's so easy you might even be able to work in an extra errand or two in the middle of it all!
Start with Stouffer's family size lasagna. They make meals easy, even with the holiday hustle and bustle.
Just pop it in the oven and let it bake! It takes 70 minutes in the oven, but you don't need to babysit. That means you set the timer and go on to whatever else you have to do. I love that! (So in my case that was wrapping gifts. Seriously, the more gifts I wrap the more gifts I have left to wrap. How exactly does that happen? Are they multiplying when I'm not looking?)
Don't judge the lack of a vegetable. They'd just take up valuable toast and lasagna space on the plate. (OK, fine...fine! You should totally add a vegetable. A salad perhaps? Yes, a salad. Don't be like me. Add a salad...)
Look for specially marked Stoffer's Lasagna and New York Texas Toast. You can get a free bag of Wonka Candy using the coupon on the package! After all, what's a movie night without a little candy?
And because a giant bag of Chewy Sprees weren't enough sugary goodness for movie night...why not make some special ice age cupcakes? Scrat and his acorn capers are my favorite part of all of the Ice Age Movies. There are also super easy to make. Add a little blue gel icing and top your cupake with a candy acorn. Instant theme dessert!
And hey-Ice Age: Continental Drift starts right with my favorite part! (OK, they all start with Scrat and his acorn...but I love it!) See how easy it was? Stouffer's lasagna, New York Texas Toast, Wonka Candy, Cupcakes and Ice Age: your five ingredient recipe for an easy night of family fun!
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