I tried a recipe from ww2
back in world war 2 they made world war 2 chocalate oatcakes and I tried one on wedensday I thought It was dissgusting and i gave it a 0 it was far too salty and i did just not like it
i tried a ww2 recipe for chocolate oat cakes the first one was good but the second one was to salty we made them as well! we used suger salt choco powder butter to grece the tray milk and water ! then we backed them in the oven !
we tried a recipe from world war 2 wich was chocolate oat cakes they looked like brownies it tasted very very salty the salt made me very dehydrated i had to stand beside my sisters friend carrie she liked it i thought it was a little salty i gave it a 5 out of 10 but the sheet that told us what to do didnt show us how many salt we needed to put in.
we made a receipe from ww2
It was chocalate oatcakes they were
brown and looks very yummy yum yum
it looked great and salty ,dry,lushous,soft,and chewey.
It is awsome it smelled delicous good
opinion the resson I liked it very much
It had some fork dots on them by jordan
We decided to make peach muffins because our project was James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. We visited the Co-op and ASDA to look at the costs of the ingredients. We found that Asda was cheaper so Miss Stephen bought the ingredients there. First we chopped the peaches using a knife. Then we measured flour and caster sugar, cracked eggs, and melted butter. We mixed all the ingredients together with peach yoghurt, hot water, lemon juice and some marmalade. We spooned the mixture into muffin cases and baked them. After lunch we shared the muffins with primary 1. The ones who tried them liked them. We thought they were delicious.
We went to the butcher to buy Haggis, neeps and tatties. We learnt about the journey of the tattie and the neep from harvest to cleaning, sizing and weighing, and then they are sold on. We learnt how to peel potatoes and to boil them. Then we mashed the neeps and tatties. Mrs Cruden put the haggis in the oven, wrapped in foil. While everything was cooking, we set the table. When the primary twos arrived, Logan and Amy cut the haggis while the address to the haggis was playing. The choir members sang the selkirk grace and we all tried some. Some of us were trying haggis for the first time. Louise thought it was delicious.