As we all know, relationships take work. Life isn't like the movies. There are ups and downs and a whole lot of compromising to make a relationship work. What about the spark? You know the one that drew you to each other in the first place. How do you keep that? This subject may be embarrassing to some, but I think you need to share your fantasies with your partner. How else are they going to know what you want/dream about. And don't bother to tell me you don't have fantasies. Everyone does. They may be regular vanilla fantasies, or they may stretch the boundaries of 50 shades of gray. Whatever they may be, you need to share them with your partner. Maybe you are shy and to embarrassed. Then write them down and give them to your significant other to view.
Romantic Tip: Each of you make a list of romantic fantasies to share during a upcoming romantic evening.Make a plan to fulfill one of the fantasies on the list within one week.
Now on to today's recipe. I am a huge cream cheese nut. It is an issue. I could eat a whole block of it. But I don't want an Ass the size of a bus, so I don't. I pick and choose when I am allowed to have it. A girl has to keep her figure after all. If you are a cream cheese and garlic lover, have I got an appetizer for you! They take no time at all, and are little bites of heaven.
Baked Cream Cheese Rangoon's
adapted from the mind of Laura
12 won ton wrappers
4 ounces cream cheese, softened
1 T. chopped chives
1/4 tsp. garlic powder
1 TBSP melted butter
Preheat oven to 375. Spray a mini muffin pan with non stick spray.
Combine the the cream cheese, chives and garlic until well mixed.
Place about a teaspoon of cream cheese mixture into the center of each won ton wrapper.
Moisten all four sides of the won ton wrapper with a little water. Pinch the wrapper together by bringing the center of each edge to the center and pressing it together to make a pouch. Only moisten one wrapper at a time, the edges must be moist in order to stick together.
Place in mini muffin pan. Melt the butter and brush lightly on each won ton pouch.
Bake about 15 minutes until golden brown.
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