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disneylandguru:

Chili “CONE” Queso Recipe
*makes 6

Ingredients:

6 waffle cones
heavy-duty aluminum foil
non-stick cooking spray
1 (11 ounce) tube refrigerated French bread loaf 
2 cans chili (with or without beans)
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
corn chips
Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Carefully cover each waffle cone with a layer of aluminum foil. Spray outsides with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.

Open tube of bread dough. You should have a long roll. Cut it into 6 even pieces with a pizza cutter or sharp knife. Take one lump of dough and place it on a flat, clean surface. Roll it back and forth with hands until you have a long, thin snake. Continue to do this until it measures 36-inches. (Watch the video above to see how this is done.)

Take the strip of dough and begin wrapping it around the foil-covered cone, starting at the bottom and working your way up. Press the end into a lower layer to seal. Set this on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Do this for the remaining lumps of dough and cones.

Place the cones into a preheated oven and bake for 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees (F) until golden brown. 

While the cones are baking, pour the cans of chili into a saucepan and heat on medium-high heat.

Remove the cones from the oven and set them on the counter for a few minutes until they are cool enough to touch. Carefully slide the foil-lined ice cream cones out of the bread cones. Stand them upright in narrow glasses to fill.

Sprinkle a bit of cheddar cheese into the bottom of each bread cone. Now spoon the chili in. Top with corn chips and another sprinkle of cheese. Serve immediately. Enjoy!!
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disneylandguru:

Chili “CONE” Queso Recipe
*makes 6
Ingredients:
6 waffle cones
heavy-duty aluminum foil
non-stick cooking spray
1 (11 ounce) tube refrigerated French bread loaf 
2 cans chili (with or without beans)
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
corn chips
Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Carefully cover each waffle cone with a layer of aluminum foil. Spray outsides with non-stick cooking spray. Set aside.
Open tube of bread dough. You should have a long roll. Cut it into 6 even pieces with a pizza cutter or sharp knife. Take one lump of dough and place it on a flat, clean surface. Roll it back and forth with hands until you have a long, thin snake. Continue to do this until it measures 36-inches. (Watch the video above to see how this is done.)
Take the strip of dough and begin wrapping it around the foil-covered cone, starting at the bottom and working your way up. Press the end into a lower layer to seal. Set this on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Do this for the remaining lumps of dough and cones.
Place the cones into a preheated oven and bake for 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees (F) until golden brown. 
While the cones are baking, pour the cans of chili into a saucepan and heat on medium-high heat.
Remove the cones from the oven and set them on the counter for a few minutes until they are cool enough to touch. Carefully slide the foil-lined ice cream cones out of the bread cones. Stand them upright in narrow glasses to fill.
Sprinkle a bit of cheddar cheese into the bottom of each bread cone. Now spoon the chili in. Top with corn chips and another sprinkle of cheese. Serve immediately. Enjoy!!

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otisthecorgi:

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what-alchemy:

wtfced:

i-sucked-dick-on-accident:

wait this isn’t about blowing your nose is it

FUUUUUCK

"I’m just trying to get through this."

what-alchemy:

wtfced:

i-sucked-dick-on-accident:

wait this isn’t about blowing your nose is it

FUUUUUCK

"I’m just trying to get through this."

(Source: omg-humor)

ssv-normandy:

when people casually mention something you’re completely obsessed with and it takes every fuckin ounce of your self control not to propel yourself into the stars and scream for the rest of eternity about how much you love the thing

heathermorris:

i’m one of those annoying people who’s always like “omg i know that actor from somewhere omg i recognize them whAT WERE THEY IN” when watching tv shows/movies who then proceeds to look it up on their phone and inform everyone that said actor was an extra in an episode of some stupid 90s sitcom once

100% me.

thekamstermck-fallen-angel:

dammit-cas-i-hit-post-limit:

gallifrey999:

supernatural-black-hole:

comtessedebussy:

bbanditt:

DEAN REFERENCES THE BEST SHIT

I just want to point out that this means Dean has watched the Disney Channel. 

at least that’s one part of a childhood that he actually got

But The Suite Life of Zack and Cody wasn’t on when Dean was a kid. It started in 2005, when Dean was 26. So that means he watched Disney Channel as an adult.

well he does know Jodie…

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This ended better than the other one