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Juice treats!

Yolanda Mckee Recipe shared by:
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This is a fun treat your kids will love after a swim in the pool or a long bike ride.

  • Hands-On Time: 15 Minutes
  • Total Time: 2 Hours
  • Servings: 12
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Ingredients

  • 1 bottle of a juice of your choice.
  • Small pieces of fruit (such as grapes strawberries ect)
  • 1 teaspoon of powdered sugar

Baking Instructions

  1. Take an ice cube tray and fill each to the top with juice of your choice.Take a small piece or fruit and put it in the ice cube juice tray.Freeze for 3 hours or until frozen.Serves about 12.

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change carrot cake mix back to cake

change carrot cake mix back to cake

I want the old mix the way it was as a cake, new mix comes out as bars! I was really disappointed this time when I made my supposed cake! it tastes fine, just way to dense and heavy to be a cake!


Prevent Carry-Over Cooking

Prevent Carry-Over Cooking

To keep chewy cookies from over baking always remove the cookies from the baking pan as soon as possible to prevent continued cooking from the heat of the pan. This is called “carry over cooking”. Duncan Hines says “use your baking parchment sheets or non-stick foil as a trick to remove all the cookies at once”. Carefully pick up the paper or non-stick foil from opposite corners; bottom left and top right. Lift and transfer to a flat surface. Lifting from opposite corners will prevent the paper from folding in the middle which would cause the cookies to fall off of the paper.





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