My favorite meal (if you really want a snack just reply) has a weird name I'm not going to say/tipe. You get 1/2 Enchilada(s), cover them with rise and then crumple chips on them. Yuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Puppy chow get a box of crispx melt almond bark and melt your peanut butter mix it with crispx then when all it is mix good sake it in powdered suger and eat it boom
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I like crackers. I don't really know how to make them:( But I can tell you about it. I love them because they have taste and it has good texture.
I do not know how to make a snack. But my favoret snack is spicy Cheetos.
My favorite snack is brownies this is how you make them 1 pkg. (4 oz.) BAKER'S Unsweetened Chocolate, melted
1/3 cup canola oil
1/3 cup unsweetened applesauce
1 tsp. vanilla
2 cups sugar
8 egg whites
1 cup flour
1/2 cup chopped PLANTERS Pecans
My favorite snack are donuts but I do not know haw to make them but I do know that they have sugar and bread
My favorite snack is cookies but I don't know how to make them. But I can tell you one thing they are so so good and you can get them from growshe stores.
skittles I really like them I even have a machine that you put your hand under and they come out. I do not no how to make them
My favorite snack is ice cream. You make it with milk ice and salt.
I like it becaus it is rich and creamy.
My favorite snack is Christmas cookies here are the instructions Interestingly, the egg yolk glaze serves an added purpose: it provides a nice, mild contrast to an otherwise sweet cookie. Each bite brings you soft, sweet sugar cookie, non-sweet egg yolk glaze, and sweet powdered sugar icing. And it’ll make you smile.
The Cast of Characters: Flour, Sugar, Salt, Baking Powder, Shortening (yes, shortening), Sugar, Eggs, Vanilla, Milk, Food Coloring, and Powdered Sugar. Ho ho ho!
Before we measure 2/3 cup of shortening, do you guys have these “atypical” measures? I love them more than I love Coffee Haagen Dazs. Wait. No I don’t.
Okay, NOW you can measure 2/3 cup of shortening.
And 3/4 cup sugar. Oooh, look! Another atypical measure. Wheeeee!
I’m so easily entertained.
Now zest a lemon. (And if you don’t have a microplane zester, you’re naked and alone in the dark.) You can also zest an orange if you don’t have a lemon available.
And add in 1/2 teaspoon zest.
Add 1/2 teaspoon vanilla and cream thoroughly.
It’s now I should tell you that I decided to double it at this point, because I’m a middle child and if one recipe is good, two is better. So I added another of everything.
Then, since I’d doubled it, I added two eggs and 8 teaspoons milk.
Mix until light and fluffy.
Now, into a sifter, throw 4 cups flour, 3 teaspoons baking powder, and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
Sift dry ingredients together.
Now add dry ingredients into the mixer and mix until thoroughly combined.
Here’s the dough when it’s all mixed. Go ahead and take a bite. Say yum. Feel guilty. Now it needs to be refrigerated before rolling it out.
I usually divide the dough into thirds: just take a third of the dough and place it on a piece of waxed paper.
Then place a second piece on top and flatten the dough slightly. This will make it easier to roll out later.
Wrap up the dough and place in the refrigerator for an hour before use; or, if you’re in a hurry, you can stick it in the freezer for twenty minutes.
I always use the freezer.
Now, while the dough is cooling and firming, let’s go ahead and make the egg yolk glaze:
Just separate an egg, reserving the white.
Place each egg yolk in a separate bowl. Just use as many yolks as you want colors with which to decorate your cookies. Huh?
To each egg yolk, add 1 teaspoon water and stir.
Now add a couple of drops of food coloring to each dish. I always use green, of course. Blip…
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Then just stir together with a fork.
Now repeat with red.
Blip-Blip-Blip! Now throw all your colors together to make some pathetic attempt at black. How does one make a black egg yolk? I’ll never know.
But this is close enough.
I also made yellow.
Now sprinkle flour on a smooth surface.
Remove one of your discs of dough from the fridge or freezer, and place on the floured surface.
Now, with a rolling pen, begin rolling out the dough. I generally roll from the center, outward. But you just roll that dough however you want to, honey. I’m all about bending the rules.
Roll it until it’s between 1/8 and 1/4-inch thick. Don’t roll it out too thin or the finished cookie will be too hard and crisp. I like to keep them on the thick side. And I’ve never gotten out a ruler and measured how thick I roll my dough out, and I can’t look at this thickness and estimate how thick. So stare at it for a moment, absorb it, breathe it in. Then roll yours out this thick, too.
I’m all about precision here at The Pioneer Woman Cooks!
Now comes the fun part! Begin pressing cookie cutters into the dough, using up as much dough as you can.
What is the trait that allows a person to formulate the best pattern in which to cut the shapes so as to use the dough as effiiciently as possible? Spatial reasoning? Intelligence? Whatever it is, I ain’t got it. But I do my best.
Place the shapes onto a lightly greased cookie sheet. Butter is fine, or a light mist of Crisco Spray with Flour works great.
Now comes the REALLY fun part! With soft bristle brushes, begin painting on the colored glazes. Really, just make sure the bristles are very soft—watercolor brushes work really well—or the surface of the dough will get scratched and messed up.
This is a cookie cutter I used when I was a little girl when my fingernails were bitten to a quick and my hair was stringy and unkempt. Or was that last year? Anyway, this cookie cutter has been a part of my life forever. (Thanks, Gee, for parting with it recently. You’re the best mom I ever had.) And say! That black is lookin’ pretty durn black if I do say so myself.
Continue until all cookies are painted as desired, then bake at 375-degrees for about six minutes. IMPORTANT: Watch to make sure the cookies do not begin to brow
Just kidding my favorite snack is chips with jelly. You git Mexican chips with apercot jelly.
I like chocolate .
My favorite snack is cinnamon toast. You take a piece of bread and broil it in the oven. When the top side of the bread is done, flip it over when you flip it over, put butter on it, and then sprinkle it with cinnamon and sugar. Then you let that side broil so both sides will be warm and toasty. Enjoy! ( put both sides in for about 1 minute)
My favorite snack is gold fish the only ingredients I know are wheat
Cheddar chese and baking soda
My favorite snack is s'mores.I like them because it has chocolate in it !
The ingredients are 1. Get one marshmallows and pout it on a fire and let it sit. 2. When you are done you get 2 graham crackers 3. Then you get chocolate. 4. Pout it to together that is how you make it
Mine is vanilla icecreem with a bunch of choklit and Caramel serup!!!!!
My favorite snack is Julio brand chips and dip made from cream cheese and apricot jelly. My dad likes chopped jalopenia peppers on it but I don't..
Strawberries are my favorite snack.
I love popcorn and butter it's so good with salt on it.
Mrs. O and her students!