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FYI - in case anyone was wondering the source of this "recipe" it comes from the "Feed Me I"m Yours" cookbook.
Ah yes, I remember it well! (My daughter had this same recipe)<br/><br/>Does anyone have any other humorus or clever 'recipes' to share? Here's one I like<br/><br/>PRESERVING YOUR CHILDREN<br/>1 large grassy field Pinch of brook and some<br/>1/2 dozen children pebbles<br/>2 or 3 small dogs<br/><br/>Mix children and dogs well together. Put them in the field, stirring constantly. Pour the pebbles over the book. Sprinkle the field with flowers. Spread over all a deep blue sky and bake in the sun. When thoroughly brown, remove and set away to cool in the bathtub.
You could also borrow my three and half dd. She never does all these stuff (knock on wood and I don't want to make bad eyes) but the way she looks in the end is another story. I can barely find a clean spot on her face. She puts her little head in the bowl and licks the leftovers. And than I lick her too, well just a little... a sweet cake mix and a sweet little face:that's the best combination anyone can get. But I'm always staying away from her hands, I can only imagine the places theyre exploring!
LOL, so true...it's almost identical to what I go through. Except for the part where I get to lie down at the end. Thanks for posting and giving me such a good laugh!
So true & funny! I just posted this to my Facebook for all my mommy friends.
LOOLLL!! Followed recipe to a tee!! Except for skipping Step no. 9, baked the cake with toys and the crayons... Now, Got the instructions for Icing a Cake (with small children)????? Hilarious!! Would love to see some Pictures Posted for this recipe!!
Perfect! Absolutely Perfect!!
I've been making this recipe for over 35 years! ;)
LOL! Oh how I remember those days! Do take heart, though. After a few years of "kiddie cooking", last year my 2 DD's (now 22 and 20 yrs. old) made the entire Thanksgiving dinner for my DH and I while I was recovering from surgery. It was perfect!