Addie’s Restaurant

Mango Porcupine

makes 1 mango porcupine, 40 minutes
  • 1 mango
  1. Cut  a  piece  of  mango  for  tail.
  2. Cut into the mango and twist two times for the eyes.
  3. Cut the bottom off like a regular mango and pop it up and place it on top of the mango.

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Banana Delight

makes 3 drinks, 16 minutes
  • 3 bananas
  • milk
  • 1 1/2 tbsp sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • lots of ice
  • whip cream
  1. In a mixer, first put 3 bananas.
  2. Then put a little bit of milk in the mixer.
  3. Then put sugar in.
  4. Then get the vanilla and put 2 tsp vanilla in.
  5. Put lots and lots of ice in.
  6. Keep putting ice in until it is nice and thick.
  7. Then I put whip cream inside.
  8. Then when it is all done, I put whip cream on top.

Fruity Smoothie

makes 2 or 3 cups, 15 minutes
  • some blueberries
  • some strawberries
  • some bananas
  • a little bit of milk
  • some yogurt
  • 9 pieces of ice
  • whipped cream
  1. In a blender.  First put in some blueberries.
  2. Then put in some strawberries.
  3. Then some bananas.
  4. A little bit of milk.
  5. Some yogurt.
  6. Add 9 pieces of ice.
  7. Then add some whipped cream inside and mix it up and put whipped cream on top.
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One Response

  1. Lesley

    ask Addie if she will make me one of these. But tell her I want it to be strawberry/bananna delight =)

About chaos

cha·os -noun 1. a condition or place of great disorder or confusion. My chaotic kitchen is the result of three kids, two adults, dog, cat, and fish, a food obsession, a wine drinking hobby, and too few hours in the day. Between trying to feed a family of five healthy, happy meals, watching my weight, saving my pennies, and staying partially sane I have picked up a few tricks along the way. So here they are: the very best tips, tricks, and recipes from my chaotic kitchen-to yours!

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