Recipes to sweeten the holiday

July is the holiday month and, although some schools have not suspended classes, many children have already taken advantage of the school holidays. And, at home, small children are looking for sweets and different recipes to sweeten the rest of the day. Another way to keep the kids entertained is to ask for help in making goodies. But, be careful, children should not be left alone in the kitchen, everything must be done with the supervision of adults. Cakes, cookies and other sweets can be foolproof recipe options to guarantee a few hours of fun in the kitchen and lots of memories for the kids.

Biscuit milk powder

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Ingredients

190 g of breast milk
100 g of butter
70 g instant milk powder
160 g of corn starch
80 g of wheat flour

Preparation mode

In a bowl, mix milk and butter until it melts. Then add powdered milk and mix well.
Then add corn and flour. At this stage, mix with your hands until you have a smooth dough that does not stick to your hands.
Shape into balls and roll with a fork or you can use a cutter.
Place on a small baking sheet or turn the baking sheet and place the cookies. No need for lubrication.
Bake in a preheated oven (180 ° C) until golden.

surprise chocolate cake

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Ingredients

Pasta
3 eggs
2 cups (tea) of milk
2 unsalted butter
2 cups (tea) of sugar
3 cups of flour (wheat)
3 cups of cocoa powder (powder)
1 teaspoon of yeast

Roof
500 g milk chocolate icing
100 g of butter
1 can of sour cream

Preparation mode

Pasta
Add the water to the mixer and beat until well combined.
Add the other ingredients, the yeast is the last.
Bake in a moderate oven, in a greased and floured shape with chocolate powder, for 40 minutes.

Roof
To use it, mix butter and chocolate in a pan, add cream. Bring to a boil until it dissolves and the syrup thickens. Cover the cake while it is warm, it is pierced with a fork.

Handmade Italian straws

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Ingredients

2 breast milk (can or box) 395 g
1 can of sour cream
2 tablespoons of margarine
3 spoons of 50% chocolate powder
2 packages of cornmeal biscuits, broken up
200 g melted semisweet cold chocolate

Preparation mode

In a pan, combine frozen milk, cream, margarine and chocolate powder and mix well. Cook for about 10 minutes or until it comes out of the bottom of the pan.
Add the broken biscuits, mix well and put it in a greased square shape. Let it freeze overnight.
Cut into squares and dip the squares in melted dark chocolate. Let dry, pack in a bag and serve.

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