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Epicurean Kentuckian: Preschooler's recipes shared

Kids' Kitchen skills develop at a young age

Selected by Geniece Marcum

My niece, Mrs. Patricia Wangelin Reed, sent several recipes collected by her class of Robertson Road Fullday Pre-School kids in California. I loved every one of them and hope you will, too. We'll share a few of them:

Spiderman Cake
by Javier
4 chocolates, 5 heart candies, 4 eggs, 2 cups flour, 3 muffins, green, and one strawberry.
Cook it in the oven. Hot oven, a lot of degrees. Cook 4 minutes. When finished put Spiderman on it.
There are more recipes . . .

Eggs & Chocolate
by Monique
Crack like this (on table) 1 egg -- my mommy only makes one.
My recipe is chocolate.
Put it in the oven, then slowly, very slow. Keepstirring, then flip the panny cakes. Don't cook too long, but you could cook it long, or longer. That's it. That's my recipes.

Apple Cake
2 apples, chop them little. 3 strawberries, I mash them. 5 sugars, in spoons. 6 flour cups, 4 vanilla, 4 eggs.
Put it in a bowl. Put it in the oven in the bowl. Cook it 5 minutes.
When it's finished put sprinkles of sparkles. It's done!------------

My Grandmoa Does Pancakes
by Octavio
Chocolate chips -- one, water-- a little bit. Flour, a lot of flour.
1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9 eggs, one at a time.
Milk, a little bit.
Sugar, 1 cup, little.
A spoon, stir it like this (in circles), cook it on the handle, then you flip it. Cook it six days.

Chocolate Bread
by Jorge
1 ball
1 drop water
1 milk
2 round flour.
Put in oven, 5 days in oven. 1 degree hot.

by Brooke
A little bit of cocoa
2 eggs
A drop of pancake mix
Stir them up. Bake them hot, 3 minutes.

My Mom's Eggs
by Andres
9 eggs. Put ketchup over here (on the side), use a spoon and stir it
Put it on a stove. 5 minutes and it's done. Put salsa on it. You can make it. That's it, it's done.

Macaroni Cheese
by Briana
2 bags at a time of macaroni
1 times cheese
2 tortillas.
Roll it with a spoon, cook it 5 times. Then we eat it.Then we ask for candy.
Thanks to Patty Wangelin and Geniece Marcum for this delightful Epicurean Kentuckian article compiled from the other side of America. -CM

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