Lowly loves ice cream, do you? We came across this story title recently in Richard Scarry’s Super Stupendous Stories and our lovely wife realized it was a call to action:
Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe Part I – Ingredients
With the help of our 7 year old, they went straight to work gathering the ingredients listed in the image above.
Chocolate Ice Cream Recipe Part II – Instructions
They then followed the Instructions above, performing step 6 to the tune of Taylor Swifts’ new hit, “Shake It Off” on repeat until the 10 minutes were up.
Instant Ice Cream!
After a mere 10 minutes chilling in the refrigerator, it was time to open the bag to see what happened!
Not bad for 25 minutes work. Our 7 year old had worked off the calories and sugar energy during the shaking phase so that even the normal ice cream side effects were mitigated.
Thank you Mr. Scarry for teaching children, and adults, that making Ice Cream can be easy and fun!
Five Words: Brownies topped with Candy Canes
Witness the wonder that is the Holiday brunch. Brownies topped with Candy Canes? Miniature almond meal cookies modelled after a cat’s meow? At this brunch, almost anything goes when it comes to pastries!
Toasted Almonds waiting to form part of a delicious dish
Almond Meal Cookie Minis topped with one chocolate chip each
The cat modelling for the almond cookies
A delicious and relatively nutritious cake our beloved baked for us to celebrate our birthday!
Meringue Birthday Cake
Nice, but they have nothing on Portland’s landmark
Voodoo Doughnuts. Happy National Doughnut Day! What a joyous day, indeed:
Deck out your dough! Celebrate National Doughnut Day at home
An army of delicious posts spotted at Moonstruck in Beaverton, delicious!