Donut Making

A few weeks ago we made donuts on a snow day we had. We haven’t made donuts in years, and although it took a while, it was lots of fun. Continue reading “Donut Making”

Delicious Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies

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Hello! Today I have one of my favorite cookie recipes. My brother found the original recipe in an old cookbook (see it here on Amazon) and modified it a bit.

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BIBPC the Fourth Category #3

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Ready for the third category, everyone? Let’s see which team is ahead…

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September Photography

Hello guys!

I’ve gathered together some photos I’ve taken in September so far. 🙂

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Picking Raspberries

Howdy. 🙂

 

We have a raspberry patch on our farm, and the raspberries are starting to roll in. A few days ago Carmen and I picked a few cups of black raspberries, and we’ve picked two more times since then.

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A Post From Ancient Times

Hello everyone! How are you doing today? 🙂

I’m going to bring back a post I wrote a long time ago in this post. If you want to see the real thing, go HERE.


Raspberry Chocolate Bars

Allison, my cousin Leisha, and I made up this recipe.  It works best with fresh raspberries but frozen  ones work  fine.  We have a big black raspberry patch and we have picked 3 gallons in 2 pickings.  The first time we made smoothies. Next we made ice cream and bars. Here’s the recipe.

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I hope you like it! We did!

So Long

Megan


That was short. I should have put pictures of what it looked like, don’t you think? XD Ah, well. Maybe I can make it soon and take better pictures of it. Raspberries are coming! Oh, and if you want to see the smoothies we made with the raspberries the one time, you can see my sister’s post. 🙂

Before I leave, here are some espeacially cute and funny pictures I’ve taken of Casey since my last post about her.

AWW! Casey-wacey, you are adorable. 😛

Bye for now!

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Casey caught a mouse! Unfortunately, it’s just a computer mouse. XD

Random Photos and a Caption It!

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First off, I’m going to show you my random photos.  Here is a black snake that I saw crawling through a roll of wire.Disappointed smileWinking smile

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And then here is a picture of me driving the mower, or rather, a picture of the steering wheel of the mower.

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And here is the tasty mint ice cream we made a few weeks ago (13 days to be exact).  It was a little soupy, slightly salty, and very minty, but good!

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A close-up of Maggie’s eye.  Such a cute eye!Winking smileDog face

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This bouquet is made up of flowers I gathered on a walk we took in the woods.

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Doesn’t this picture look like the African Savannah?

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And last of all, me, Mango!  My dearest rabbit! Is she not CUTE?!?

And thus ends ‘Random Photos’, on to Caption It!

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Isn’t Maggie cute?  I can’t wait to here (or rather, read) captions for this one!

Welp!  G-day mates!

Brownie Stand

The past two months we have been doing a brownie stand off and on. We sell the brownies by our dirt road. And yes, we have sold brownies to more then just family and friends. We have got around $100 off of our Brownie Stand.  Me, my two cousins, and my sister usually do the brownie stand, although originally just me and my younger brother did it. While doing the brownie stand, I have learned the recipe by heart. Eggs, sugar, salt, vanilla, cocoa powder, flour, and…. Uh, well okay, I guess I didn’t learn the whole recipe by heart. Butter! That’s it! Ha! I do know the recipe by heart. Anyway, we have bought a big tube for the pool, ingredients for coffee, ingredients for brownies, and ingredients for lemonade with the money. We are thinking about donating some to a charity.

Here are a few pictures of the Brownie stand.

 

 Apparently Allison does not quite know what I’m doing!

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The sign for the Brownie stand.

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Here are pictures of the ice coffee and brownies. We had lemonade, but I didn’t get a picture.

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The day I took these pictures we only sold brownies to one customer.  Thankfully we had some entertainment.

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So, now you know about The Brownie Stand!

So long!

 

Megan

 

 

Raspberry Chocolate Bars

Allison, my cousin Leisha, and I made up this recipe.  It works best with fresh raspberries but frozen  ones work  fine.  We have a big black raspberry patch and we have picked 3 gallons in 2 pickings.  The first time we made smoothies. Next we made ice cream and bars. Here’s the recipe.

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I hope you like it! We did!

 

So Long

Megan

Homemade Chocolate- Covered Mints 🍬

 

 

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We made these mints in about an hour, but the hardest thing was covering them with chocolate. The rest was easy.

Here is the recipe

Homemade Chocolate Covered Mints

 

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup light corn syrup
  • 5 Tbs butter, softened
  • 1 1/2 tsp mint extract
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • green food coloring (start with a couple drops and add more until desired color is achieved)
  • 4-5 cups powdered sugar
  • 10 oz chocolate candy coating

Instructions

  1. Combine corn syrup, butter, extract, salt, and food coloring in a medium size bowl. Stir until well combined.
  2. Stir in 1 cup of powdered sugar at a time until mixture is too stiff to stir.
  3. Add more powdered sugar and knead mixture until it no longer sticks to your hands, adding more powdered sugar as necessary. (LOTS of powdered sugar right!)
  4. Roll into 1-inch balls and place on trays or baking sheets lined with waxed paper.
  5. Flatten with a flat-bottomed cup or your hand. (Or you can roll them out the right thickness with a rolling pin and then cut them out)
  6. Melt chocolate candy coating according to package directions.
  7. Dip the candies into the melted chocolate with a fork, tap off the extra, and place back on the waxed paper.
  8. Repeat until all candies have been coated.
  9. Let candies set up until chocolate is firm before storing in an airtight container.

Happy eating😉!

So long!

Megan

 

I got this recipe from momontimeout.com

Yummy Chocolate Chip Cookies 🍪

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Here is a recipe for yummy chocolate chip cookies.

 

Chocolate Chip Cookies

1 and 1/3 cup butter

1 cup sugar

1 cup brown sugar

2 eggs

2 tsp. vanilla

3 rounded cups of flour

1 tsp. baking soda

1/2 tsp. salt

2 cups chocolate chips

1.  cream together butter, sugar, brown sugar, eggs, and vanilla.

2.  stir in remaining ingredients

3.  drop onto a greased cookie sheet

4. bake at 350° for 8 -10 min. or until light brown. Cool slightly before removing from cookie sheet.

 

Which kinds of desserts are your favorite?

 

So long!

Megan