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Chocolate Milk!!!

Hey everyone, So lately Dad has been drinking a lot of chocolate milk, So I thought I would share our chocolate syrup recipe with y’all!!

1  1/2 c. sugar  3/4c. cocoa 1c. water   dash of salt

Bring your above ingredients to a boil remove from heat and add 1.tsp. vanilla!!!!

And there you go quick simple and easy!!!

Hope y’all have a wonderful day and,

Merry Christmas

Kaelyn

 

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Readers  I present  to you  another  wonderful recipe… well my family thought so!! This recipe will work for breakfast of for dessert!! ( I made them for breakfast)

SCONES                                                              MAPLE ICING

3c. flour                                                            1 pound of powder sugar

1/3c. sugar                                                      4 tlb. butter melted

5tsp. baking powder                                       Splash of coffee

2 sticks of butter  chilled                               Dash of salt

1/4c pecans                                                     2 tsp. maple flavoring  ( or maple extract ) 

1 egg

3/4 heavy cream

bake at 350* for 22 to 26 minutes

IN a large bowl  stir together  the flour, sugar , baking powder , and salt. Cut the cold butter into small pieces. Then cut the butter into the flour with a pastry blender until the mixture resembles crumbs. Now finely chop the pecans and stir them into the flour mixture. Mix the egg and cream together. Add the mixture to the bowl. stir together until just combined. Turned onto a cutting board ( or countertop) The dough will be very crumbly, but dont be worried , With your hands push the mixture together into a large ball . With a rolling pin very gently  roll the dough into a 10-inch round about 3/4 inch thick.  With a sharp knife cut the dough into 8 equal- sized wedges.  Transfer to a baking sheet or stone, line your sheet with  parchment paper.  Bake the scones for 22 to 26 minutes until they are just barley starting to brown. Allow the scones to cool completly before icing. In a large mixing bowl, stir the icing ingredents until smooth. Pour generously over the scones. Then all you have to do is serve them up !!!!! 😉

If you have any questons comment here and I will do my best to answer them !!!

Thanks

KK

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French Breakfast Puffs!!!

Well yeasterday I made this recipe that I got out  of the cook book The Pioneer Woman Cooks !!! www.thepioneerwoman.com she has all kinds of helpful hints and wonderful pictures. My Grandma Sherry got this cook book  for my 13th birthday and I love it!! Anyways I was looking for somthing new to cook for breakfast so I made these!!!!

3c. Flour                                               Coating

3T. baking powder                         2 sticks of butter

1t. salt                                                1- 1/2c. sugar

1/2.tsp nutmeg                                3 tsp. cinnamon

1c. sugar

 2/3c. shortening

2 eggs

1 c.  milk     

Bake at  350*   for 20 to 25 minutes!!                                     

In a large bowl  stir together flour, salt, baking powder , salt, and nutmeg. Set aside. In a separate large bowl, cream together the sugar and shortening.Add the eggs and mix again. Alternate adding one- third of the flour mixture and one- third of the milk to the creamed mixture, beating well after each addition. Fill the muffin cups two thirds full. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes until golden brown remove the muffins from the pan and set aside. To make the coating, melt the butter in a bowl or glass pan. In a seperate container. combine the sugar and cinnamon. Dip the warm muffins in the butter, coating thoroughly. Then roll in the cinnamon- sugar mixture.

See ya

Kaelyn

 

 

 

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Hey guys whats up? I was in the kitchen this morning in my P.J’s cooking breakfast for our family while Dad was milking the cows and Mom was tending to the baby chickens. I made blueberry muffins  and scrambled eggs with ham. It was very good here is the recipe for the muffins.

6tablespoons of softened butter

2/3c.granulated sugar

2 eggs

1 TSP vanilla

2 TSP baking powder

1/4 TSP salt

2c.flour

1/2. milk

2 cups of fresh of frozen blueberries! I am using blueberries we grew last year and froze.

Heat oven to 375. In a large bowl cream together the butter and sugar until fluffy. Beat in eggs, add the vanilla ,baking powder and salt. Mix in the flour and the milk alternalety. Stir in the blueberries. Fill greased muffin tins or foil baking cups. Bake  25-30 minutes!!! Everybody around here loves them.

 

Then I made some ham and eggs, first I beat 6 eggs and add about 1/4 of a cup of milk. Then I choped up some uncured ham, we got our ham from our friends Madewell Meats. Then I melted 2TLB of butter in a pan and then added my ham and eggs.

Well I guess I better go, hope ya’ll enjoy this post and have a good day!!!

 

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Blueberry Syrup

This morning for breakfast the kids requested waffles. We are out of the maple syrup that we normally use and won’t be able to order any from the co-op  until next month. So this is what I came up with. I am always putting something together by adding a little of this and that and then the children are saying ” Bet you can’t make this again”, sometimes they are right! So since I have alot of blueberries in the freezer that we picked off of our bushes last season, and since we usually put some on top of our waffles,  I decided to make some syrup out of them. I took approx. 4 cups of berries and put them in the blender with 1/2 cup of water and blended them up well. Then I put them into a sauce pan and added about 3/4 cup of organic cane juice sugar and brought it to a boil, then turned it down on low to simmer for a few minutes. Blueberries are high in pectin, which makes it get somewhat thick on its own. Be sure to stir while cooking as it foams up quite a bit. You can adjust the sugar more or less according to how sweet you want.

We order from 2 different bulk food co-op’s: www.azurestandard.com and from Country Life Natural Foods  www.clnf.org   The maple syrup comes from Country Life, or at least they have the best price on it for now. If you are interested in saving money on organic food and buying it in bulk I would suggest looking at these sites. These 2 companies are a blessing to us! We order all of our flour and sugar, wheat berries, beans and rice from Country Life. They do not carry any refrigerated or frozen items or fresh produce so we get those from Azure. For example organic apples, onions, carrots and potatoes. It is a savings from buying these things from the store.  I will post more later about storing these and stocking up the pantry!

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