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Thanks, Kalzazz. I've always enjoyed reading about your culinary adventures.

I was afraid that the pudding either wouldn't set up or that it would turn into scrambled eggs with bread. This may depend on how fast you cook it. My microwave is a bit weak. A strong microwave at full power might lead to scrambled eggs with bread, but maybe not. Also, I found the present recipe to be enough for two servings.

This could probably be adapted to make French toast if you use a whole piece of bread and pour just enough of the egg/milk mix over it and let it absorb completely. The cinnamon adds flavor but also enhances the appearance since the microwave won't brown as it cooks.
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Chocolate Tortilla Roll-ups


1 package mini milk chocolate or dark chocolate chips
1 package flour tortillas (6-inch or smaller size)
aluminum foil (if making while camping)
parchment paper (if microwaving)

Lay out flour tortillas.

Sprinkle with a handful of mini-chocolate chips.

If camping, roll up the tortillas and then wrap in aluminum foil. You can lay several rolled up tortillas on one larger sheet of aluminum foil, and then wrap loosely.

Lay on warm (not overly hot) coals for 3-5 minutes so the chips melt.


If microwaving, it's better to place 1 tortilla or 2 at a time in the mircowave and melt the chips for a few seconds then spread them out with a plastic knife before rolling up the tortilla.


You can add other elements as well:

Sprinkle in nuts for additional flavor.

Slice chocolate tortilla rollups and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar. (Surprisingly they can be sliced with a plastic knife.) Or just sprinkle with the cinnamon sugar or powdered sugar and forgo the slicing.


C-man made these at his last Boy Scout campout as he was in charge of the meals. They were a big hit among the boys.
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