I did a lot of experimenting and cooking this year and I want to share my year in creations with my readers. I thought the easiest way to do that would be by posting pictures and linking to either my blog post or the recipe in general. :) Enjoy and I can't wait to cook more in 2015! I hope you will too!
Snow Ice Cream
The ancestor of all frozen delights and a favorite of small fry.
Arrange attractively in a chilled bowl, trying not to compact it:
Fresh, clean snow
Pour over it:
Sweetened fruit juice or maple syrup
Or, for a gallon of snow, stir in:
1 cup cream
3/4 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
For this kind of frozen delight, as well as for packing frozen desserts in general and for serving them attractively on a dish in thin slabs, the shovel scoop is useful. A spring-release scoop turns out uniform ball-shapes and is a great help in molding single portions quickly at dessert time, provided the entire utensil is dipped into very hot water between dollops.
Monster cupcakes. Simply get a box of cake mix, dye it green and get purple icing with the eyes,
I first made this in 2011 and wanted to make it again this year. Dandelion Soup
I designed my birthday cake this year!
Today I also joked with my dad about becoming a chef for chickens. Their lunch/dinner today was scrambled eggs with cheese, lettuce, apples, bananas and bread. This is what I made them yesterday. They loved it and pecked it right up!
My goal for cooking in 2015 will be using some recipes from Foxes Love Lemons because the pictures Lori posts to Instagram look deliciously amazing! Bon Appetit!