Difficulty: Super Easy, and great for Small Children
Source: www.disneycooking.com (original from “The Disney Bakery – 30 Magical Recipes” by Adrienne Berofsky)
Disney’s Aladin is a longtime favourite in my family. We can, and probably have, watched it a million times. My family also collects Disney cookbooks. We find them in the parks, online, and second-hand bookstores. We recently found one from the year 2000 that’s really fun. “The Disney Bakery – 30 Magical Recipes” by Adrienne Berofsky is 64 pages of stories and simple recipes.
Here is an easy recipe that you can do with children of any age. It may not exactly be healthy, but they are tasty.
So let’s do this!
You need the following ingredients:
- 12-16 ounces assorted fruit. Things like grapes or strawberries are perfect.
- 1 egg white
- 1 cup of sugar
How to create them:
- Wash your fruit
- Dry it off
- Using a whisk, whip the egg whites well.
- Stick toothpicks in the individual fruits. One per fruit.
- Brush each fruit with egg yolk. I just dipped mine and let the excess run off.
- Sprinkle sugar over the fruit
- Let dry for a few hours.
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