Dad Finds Hawaiian Sandwich Spread In His Lunchbox, Opens Facebook And Discovers What Mom’s Been Up To
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Hawaiian sandwich spread is something my grandparents loved to make on Saturday afternoons.
The other day I got a phone call from my dad. He told me that lately, mom has been making some very different recipes. I asked him if they tasted good and he said that they were amazing! I kind of chuckled and asked him what the problem was then. He told me there wasn’t a problem and then proceeded to go into detail about the Hawaiian sandwich spread he found in his work lunchbox. My dad said he decided to investigate where all these new recipes were coming from and hopped on mom’s computer. Apparently, she is a moderator of a ladies recipe Facebook group!
Mom? On Facebook? Who knew! Anyway, it appears mom got this Hawaiian sandwich spread recipe from a group called “Melady Cooks”. The owner of the group is a lady named Audrey and she has her own website filled with yummy recipes. Check her out!
I bet you are just dying to get the details on this delightful recipe, aren’t you? Wait no longer and mosey on over to the next page for a complete list of ingredients and instructions. Happy cooking!
Recipe and image courtesy of Melady Cooks.
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Quick Tip: It is very easy to make a double batch of this Hawaiian sandwich spread.