Friday, November 27, 2009

Thanksgiving Recipes

Here are some quick Thanksgiving recipes from kindergartners. (eating the finished product is not recommended)
TURKEY-First you need to buy a turkey. When you get home you have to chop it up. Chop the head off. Rip off the feathers. Take the skin off. Put it in the oven. Bake at 57 degrees for 48 hours. Then it will be ready for everybody to come over for Thanksgiving.

CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES-Get 1 1/2 cups of sugar. Put it in a bowl. Then you get 2 cups of flour. Add I bag of chocolate chips. Then get 2 spoons of vanilla. Then put 1 cup of brown sugar in. Stir it up with the mixer until it looks like it's done. Wash your hands. Make the dough into circles. Put them on a pan. Put them in the oven at 11 degrees for 1 hour. Then you eat them. (This is my son's recipe. We can never find the 1 tsp spoon so we always use the 1/2 and get scoops of vanilla instead of one. I was so proud he was paying attention! Obviously he forgot a few ingredients though)

TURKEY AND STUFFING-First, mix 1 egg, 2 strips of bacon,2 cups of chex mix and four cups of water in a bowl. Put it inside the turkey. Cook the turkey in the oven 40 degrees for 1 hour and 10 minutes.

JELLO-First you have some Jello. Put it in a bowl. Add some cinnamon. Mix in 3 eggs. Stir it up. Heat it up in the microwave for 2 minutes.

Hmmmm... Thanksgiving with kindergartners... and VERY upset stomachs. These recipes cracked me up!

-NewsAnchorMom Jen

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