Hey friends –
My cute little girl had to do a project for school and we decided it would be fun for her to be a guest on my new blog. She’s totally adorable and is a superstar in the kitchen. This is Emma. Isn’t she cute?
Take it away, Emma!
Hello, my name is Emma. I have two sisters and two brothers. One of them is named Elliott. He is so cute. My older sister is 11 years old and her name is Cassidy, and I have a little sister named Jane. We call her Jane-Jane. My like, brother, Corbin, is 6 years old. I’m 9. I love cheesecake and mostly anything with potatoes. My favorite type of cheesecake is plain with fresh strawberries. And I can’t stand olives. Not even a tiny bit.
For my class (I’m in 3rd grade Spectrum) I had to read a cookbook for my non-fiction. The cookbook I read was The Children’s Step-by-Step Cookbook by Angela Wilkes.
Rachelle: Why did you choose to read this book?
Emma: Because I love to cook stuff.
Rachelle: How come out of all the fun recipes in this book, you chose to make this recipe?
Emma: It would be the yummiest and easiest thing.
Rachelle: So you’re into working smarter, not harder?
Emma: Yes. And plus, everyone loves milkshakes.
Rachelle: Well, let’s get to this then! J
1 Tbsp Honey
1/2 cup yogurt
1 scoop vanilla ice cream
1 cup milk
Wash your hands. Make sure you have a grownup with you when you make this. Measure all ingredients and add them to a blender. Mix it until it isn’t lumpy. Pour into a glass and enjoy the deliciousness of a homemade milk shake. P.S. It works much better with whipped cream and sprinkles on top! And maybe a little cherry. But we didn’t have a cherry to try it out.