My name is Michelle, or Eddy. I'm 13 and have been at this school for about 2.5 years. Furthermore, I can post to the blog now, and there's nothing you can do about it!
I will now proceed to menace and terrorize you with a cranberry sauce recipe I developed last Thanksgiving in Cleveland. Eat it and despair, for it is delicious and may very well cause diabetes in large amounts.
But wait, I'm not done yet! Here's a more recently-made cookie recipe:
1/2 cup baby carrots
1 cup Golden raisins, cranberries, or both
1 stick o' butter or equal amount of margarine
5 eggs or package-directed equal proportions of egg substitute
2 cups flour
1/2 cup pumpkin granola (or any other kind of granola you prefer)
1/2 cup turbinado sugar or agave nectar
Core and peel the apples and grate them finely (or not-so-finely if you like them that way) along with the baby carrots.
Toss together and set aside.
Carefully melt the butter in the microwave, then fold it into the flour in a biggish bowl until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
Add the granola, then the sugar, then the apple-carrot mixture, then the raisins, then the eggs.
Add a teaspoon each of baking soda and vinegar.
Mix in any way you see fit until the whole thing is of a uniform consistency.
Grease a baking sheet and preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
Get the biggest spoon you have in the house, unless it's a soup ladle. In that case, get the second biggest spoon.
Plop cookie dough onto the pan, making sure to leave enough room between them for them to spread out.
Bake for 15 minutes, then check to see if they're done, then bake for 5 more minutes just to be sure.