The gift part is not so much. I think my mom must think I am a dummy. Liana and Gillian have been getting night gowns, cool blanket characters, Littlest Pet Shop, and thumb print art and ink pad. They are loving Chanuka. Ask me what I got, I dare you. My haul equals an activity book that is not age appropriate, a blanket that I had already gotten when I was younger, and two books taken from the bag of out-of-circulation books in my room (one about learning to pee). My mom must think I do not realize this, but I do. I act excited because you want me to be. I would enjoy a new car though. Does not neet to be fancy, but I would enjoy heated seats. Apparently if you play a certain tune, a gift-wrapped Lexus appears in your driveway. Dad, play that funky music!
Back to food. Gillian's preschool class made a cookbook. "We are good cookers!" The Lizard's told their teachers how to make their favorite foods. This is Gillian's:
Brownies by GillianMMMMMMMMMMM. Burnties! Here are two of our other favorites.
Ingredients: Chocolate in a box, 2 eggs, 3 butters, 1 cup of milk.
Directions: Crack the eggs in a bowl. Pour in the milk. Put the chocolate in the milk and melt it. Put it in a bowl and stir it wth a big spoon. Scoop it into a pan. Put it in the oven - make it kind of hot. Cook it for 12 hours. Use mitts to get it out. Cool them and cut them. Then you eat them. They taste good!
Ingredients: 2 eggs, a little bit of yogurt, some bones, turkey
Directions: Mix it all and put it in the oven. The oven should be a little hot, not hot-hot. Use gloves, like my mom has, or outside gloves, to get it out. You have to cut it with a sharp knife. Put it on a plate with honey mustard and ketsup and then you eat it.
Chocolate Chip CookiesI hope you are all having a great holiday season and not letting your four year olds do the seasoning. I love word play!
Ingredients: 1 cup sugar, 5 cups pudding, 2 eggs, 3 cups milk, 7 chocolate chips
Directions: Mix all the things together in a bowl with a spoon. If you put it in a blender it will all pop out. Scoop it with a spoon and put all the big dots on a pan. Put it in the oven at 40 degrees for 40 hours. Take them out - use big gloves. Blow on them then eat them.