Friday, February 6, 2009

~Fun Food Friday~

In the picture in the post below of Phillip with the 2 preachers from Medellin, they are in this order from left to right: Hugo, Alberto, Phillip and Jimmy.
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~I was at a blog the other day and I saw this recipe. (On the blog they used Betty Crocker mixes. =) I made it last night and it's a fun new twist to brownies. Just make up your favorite brownie recipe and pour them into a greased 9x13 dish. Then mix up your favorite choc. chip cookie dough recipe and drop by scoops into the brownies. Bake at 350 for about 25-30 mins. (Or you can use Brownie and cookie mixes if you want.) I didn't put any icing on my brownies, but if you wanted to you could. Enjoy! (If for some reason you don't have a good brownie or choc. chip cookie recipe and want one, just leave me a comment and I'll post mine. =)
~Choc. Chip Cookie dough brownies!~

~A lady friend of mine from Medellin sent me these cute little canisters that say "Salt", "Coffee" and "Sugar" in Spanish.

~Kids in the Kitchen by Kimberly and Sarah~
Recipes for kids that they can do alone.
Let's start with "A"
~Apple-Cinnamon turnovers~
Serves 6-8.
Start to finish 30 mins.
3 apples cored, peeled and diced
1 cup brown sugar packed
3 Tablespoons flour
3/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teas. nutmeg
2 (8 oz. refrigerated crescent rolls)
2 Tablespoons milk
3/4 cup powdered sugar
diced apples with brown sugar, flour, cinnamon and nutmeg.
The crescent rolls on the dotted lines and place half of them on an ungreased cookie sheet.
Spoon: 1 to 2 Tablespoons of apple mixture into center of each crescent roll. Top each with another triangle of dough.
Seal: edges of dough together using a fork to crimp.
Bake: at 350 degrees for 12-15 mins.
Whisk: Milk and powdered sugar together until smooth.
Drizzle: glaze over each turnover while still hot.


Rob and Deanna said...

I love those canisters!! Maybe I can get Rob to come visit & I could bring home things to decorate my mostly undecorated kitchen. ;-)

Gayle said...

Looks Yummy! I love the canisters!

Dorcas said...

The canister set is so cute and the brownie recipe sounds yummy!!

The Going Blog said...

What a great idea for combining 2 of my favorite things-brownies and cookie dough. I love the spanish labels on your canisters. I hope your heart is encouraged in some way today. You have been on my mind.

Anonymous said...

The turnovers sounds fun... maybe the kids and I can try some next week. Thanks for you fun post! I loved your canisters and was surprised again how much it reads like Romanian! Love you much, Laura

Kathy said...

Both of those recipes sound good; I'll have to try them! I also heard about putting Hershey candy bars in between 2 layers of brownies.

Beth Stetler said...

Those brownies look good! Kent just looked over my shoulder and said, "You've got to make that, Mom!" :-)
I was touched by your last post, too. I've had "some of those days, as well."

~Regina~ said...

The brownies look wonderful! I'll have to try that some time. Thanks for the idea!

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