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Top 7 US Food You Must Try with Your Spouse Are you in the United States, and you are hoping to try new foods with your spouse? If yes, we congratulate you because you are about to discover some top US foods. These foods will make you and your spouse enjoy every minute you spend eating together. We urge you to pay close attention to the information here the way an immigrant will pay attention to counsel from an Immigration lawyer for the US. When you pay attention, youíll discover...
TeenHelp September 11th 2021 02:38 PM
How to make a Sloppy Joe Anonymous Who doesn't like a Sloppy joe? They are fun to make and to eat. If it looks like a lot of ingredients or you don't have a lot of time, get all of the dry ones together and cut everything before you start or the night before, then add the liquid ingredients, it takes less time to cook. Ingredients
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Hot chocolate toppings and mix-ins you need to try By Cassie (cynefin) A mug of hot chocolate is a great way to warm you up or wind you down at the end of the day. From white to dark hot chocolate, and everything in between, it's so versatile, comforting and fun. Here are a few different toppings or mix-ins to try the next time you're making a cup. Please note that a few of these come from Swiss Miss, a hot chocolate company. Marshmallows are a typical topping, but they are sort of...
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How to make hot cocoa cookies By Cassie (cynefin) For a few months, I had been thinking about making hot chocolate cookies. I wasn't sure how to go about it, but I did know I wanted to use hot chocolate packets in the cookie dough. When I got the time, I looked at recipes and decided to give it a try. I halved the recipe to make sure I liked them. Plus, it was late and I didn't want to be stuck with a lot of dough. These cookies have a dry dough and I was nervous up until the very end. I...
TeenHelp December 22nd 2020 04:45 AM
Using baking as a mindfulness & grounding technique By Cassie (cynefin) Baking is one of my favorite things to do. While I bake all sorts of foods, I primarily bake cookies as I have the most success with them. They are also not as difficult as other confections. A few weeks ago, I was baking some festive cookies from scratch and thinking about why I enjoy it so much. Baking is a great grounding technique, especially because it easily encompasses all five senses. Next time you find...
TeenHelp October 27th 2020 06:02 PM
How to make Hocus Pocus buns By Cassie (cynefin) source] Hocus Pocus (1993) is a festive and friendly film for any age. Many people watch it around Halloween. Here is a recipe for Hocus Pocus buns, which are given their name because one of the ingredients disappears. These are separate from the movie, but are a fun way to celebrate regardless. Hereís what youíll need:
TeenHelp July 9th 2020 04:54 PM
Flourless peanut butter cookies By Emma (Golfing girl) If you can't have flour because you are allergic or you just would like to have peanut butter cookies without flour, then this is a lovely one to try. They are also really easy to make. Ingredients
TeenHelp April 11th 2020 01:54 AM
How to make birdís nest cupcakes By Cassie (cynefin) Easter is usually a highlight for many as it is typically spent with friends and family. The COVID-19 quarantine will make for a different experience this year. If youíre home, have the ingredients in your pantry, and youíre looking for something to do, try making these cupcakes. You will need the following: Cupcake/cake mix of your choice Ingredients to add to cake mix as per instructions on the box
TeenHelp March 12th 2020 11:57 PM
How to make kale chips: an alternative to the traditional potato chip By Cassie (cynefin) Kale, sometimes called leaf cabbage, is a dark green and leafy vegetable. Kale is typically dark green, but it can also have purple leaves. Kale is known for containing fiber and Vitamin K, but it also has calcium and iron among other nutrients. Kale is used in salads and soups, but it can also be baked into a chip. Kale chips tend to be versatile because a variety of oils and seasonings can be...
TeenHelp December 2nd 2019 04:50 AM
How to make red velvet crinkle cookies By Cassie (cynefin) source] I enjoy baking cookies all year long, but I know many people especially like to bake them around the holidays. Red velvet crinkle cookies are versitle and are a fun way to get into the holiday spirit. I bake these around Christmas, Valentine's Day, and throughout the colder months. These can also be turned into bloody eyeballs for Halloween! Know that this recipe is not mine - I use this one. To make these cookies,...
TeenHelp November 5th 2019 11:49 AM
Autumn themed treats for any occasion - not just Thanksgiving By Cassie (cynefin) Thanksgiving, though not worldwide, is a holiday that is known for gathering with those important people in your life, sharing a meal, talking about what you're thankful for, and reflecting on history. The Canadian Thanksgiving has already been celebrated, but the American Thanksgiving is still a few weeks away. Below are some crafty snack ideas that could also serve as little center pieces on the table....

 
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