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Zenia1

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PostedApr 24, 2013 8:45 pm
I'm sooooo going to try I love to cook and make and thing cute ♥ω♥

<3
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KrossX

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PostedApr 24, 2013 9:51 pm
Too bad I end up eating the thing and afterwards thinking: "Dang, I was supposed to get the camera. Meh." Embarassed

Deathchick57

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PostedApr 25, 2013 8:42 am
!!!!!!!!! :3 !!!!!!!! done Very Happy <3

Keylime Cheesecake Bars



  • 6 squares low fat honey graham crackers, finely crushed.
  • 2 tablespoons margarine, melted
  • 1 teaspoon sugar
  • 1 4 ounce sugar free low calorie lime-flavored gelatin
  • 3/4 cup of boiling water
  • 1 16 ounce container fat free cottage cheese
  • 1 8 ounce container of fat free cream chese, soften
  • 1 8 ounce container frozen fat free whipped dessert topping

Very Happy


Directions




  1. in a small bowl combine graham crackers, margarine, sugar. press crumb mixture inthe bottom of a 2 quart square bakeing dish. Refrigerate while preparing filling.

  2. in a large bowl combine gelatin and water. stir until gelatin is dissolved. set aside.

  3. in a blender or food processor combine cottage cheese and cream cheese. cover and blend until smooth. whisk 1/2 cup of the cottage cheese mixtare into the gelatin mixture. whisk in the remaining cottage cheese misture until smooth. fold in the whipped topping. spoon filling over chilled crumb mixture.

  4. cover and refrigerate 8 to 24 hours or until filling is firm.


To serve, cut into squares, top with lime wedges Very Happy





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Virilux

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PostedApr 25, 2013 3:53 pm
Reserva~
I'm gonna go outside today at the bright sun and start a fire, and get some stuff fried!

xSerenitas

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PostedApr 25, 2013 6:12 pm
Can't wait to see what others think of. <3

Nanikaru

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PostedApr 25, 2013 9:45 pm
does it have to be fruit? Becush my family wont be looking for any fruit until any holiday or special occasions o.o

Quitting aeria, baii ill miss ya guys ;.;

skull12580

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PostedApr 26, 2013 5:32 pm
Nanikaru wrote:
does it have to be fruit? Becush my family wont be looking for any fruit until any holiday or special occasions o.o  

As someone said to a response to my question earlier. It doesn't say it in the rules.


Regardless, I present you with Chip Body (the original concept had a chip as the body, but the idea was scrapped; I still liked the name, though):

Head/Neck: Lollypop
Face: Fruit Smile
Body: Chocolate Cupcake
Arms: Twizzlers
Legs: Kit Kat Bar

This random combinations of materials is sure to please anyone as it features candy and snacks we are all familiar with. If it doesn't bring a smile to your face when eating this person made entirely out of snacks, then nothing will! The best part, it requires no heating, and takes good as a whole (without the Lollypop stick, of course) or as individual pieces.

Nanikaru

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PostedApr 26, 2013 10:17 pm
I PMd paladin, he says it doesn't have to be a fruit

Quitting aeria, baii ill miss ya guys ;.;

ohaithurr

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PostedApr 27, 2013 8:02 am
Here's my... Choco Ball~ Well, sprinkles balls since I ran out of coco. Laughing I gotta work on the name.

Ingredients:
- Biscuits/crackers of your choice
- Peanut Butter/Cream Cheese
- Condensed Milk (preferably chocolate)
- Coco Powder, or sprinkles!

What to do:
- Crush the biscuits
- Mix with the PB/Cream Cheese
- Shape it like tiny balls. Laughing
- Roll it over condensed milk (mainly if you're using PB, you can coat another layer of Cream Cheese outside the Cream Cheese balls.)
- Optional: you can mix the biscuits with just condensed milk too!
- Lastly, roll it over the Coco Powder or Sprinkles!

Plate it!



It's easy to make, doesn't take too much time, and it makes you pretty full too. Good heavy snack. Wink
(You might want to refrigerate it first just so it's all cool and hard.) Laughing

Sometimes I wonder if I'm secretly 10. I'm sorry. Embarassed

Join Peace!

Miyuma

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PostedApr 27, 2013 5:08 pm   Last edited by Miyuma on Apr 28, 2013 1:53 pm. Edited 1 time in total
It's the "Mint 'n Crumbles"
I know it looks disgusting, but it tasted good and felt like I was in heaven <33
I got the taste down, but gotta work on how it looks :<

(idk if this is a valid entry er not)

What you need:

- 2x Hersheys

- Oreos

- Dough

- Green food dye(not needed unless your oreos are already green)

- A bat(for smashing stuff into crumbs :>)


What you do:
- Take 1 oreo, and carefully scrape the cream off the outside of the oreo without bending it

- Leave the outside part of the oreos aside

- Spray "Cheese Spray" on the dough

- Take the dough, rip off small pieces and sculpt them into a star

- Take the outsides of the oreos and smash them with the bat

- Put the cream from the oreos on a flat surface and push 1 hershey into one of each

-Throw everything else together however you want
Finishing look:

-sorry about the edit, the image disappeared so I had to re-upload it
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