E is for Experiments

E is for title

I know when you read the word experiments you are probably thinking science. But, for this post, you need to think taste! You see, the giggly girls like to experiment with making up their own recipes. While this is good practice for thinking through different aspects of the recipe, it is kind of frightening for mom and dad because you know who gets the responsibility of tasting all of these experiments, right?

Thankfully, most of them are pretty reasonable, though we have had a couple of doozies! I thought I would share the most recent one as an example of the types of recipe experiments we try around here.

This is by J, our youngest giggly girl at the exciting age of 5. (It was written down by her 8 year old sister for her.)

E - J recipe pg 1 E - J recipe pg 2

I don’t have any pictures of the finished product but, as you can probably tell by the ingredient list, this one isn’t too bad. At least we didn’t have to have something strange like rice in our ice cream today. Perhaps on another day, we’ll be sharing another experiment in the kitchen. For today, we’ll be eating Increadable Ice Cream. At Home.


I am linking up with ABC Blogging over at Ben and Me today.


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3 thoughts on “E is for Experiments

  1. Kym T May 30, 2014 at 12:39 pm Reply

    Too cute! My daughter often pretends she is hosting a cooking show when she is getting creative in the kitchen. I’m hoping to turn meal prep over to her a few nights a week, so I don’t have to do it. LOL

    • 3gigglygirlsathome May 30, 2014 at 10:55 pm Reply

      I bet it is lots of fun to see the game show cooking. I am enjoying having them in the kitchen with me more though it will be nice when they can cook on their own once in a while. In a few years.

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