Pkg. Betty Crocker Turtle Supreme
Mix w/Caramels and Pecans
Cup of Rice Krispies
the brownie mix per the instructions on the Box.
sure to choose the chewy style. Mix in one
of Rice Krispies. (More if you prefer crunchier
Put mixture into pan and top with caramel
instructions. Bake as directed.
call these "Teddy Bear Brownies" because they are puffy just like a
polyester teddy bear! But don't be fooled. Just because they are lighter than
a normal brownie doesn't mean they have any less calories. So fluffy and not
stuffy doesn't mean they won't make you puffy if you eat too many. Billy loves
them...but he prefers the puffy look!
Bear Pizza Bars
Brown n' Serve Breadsticks (or... make homemade breadsticks from a thawed
bread dough loaf)
Tablespoons of Grated Parmesan Cheese
Cup Marinara Sauce
Cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
oven to 400 Degrees.
the breadsticks lengthwise about 3/4 of the way through. Then combine the
Parmesan Cheese and Marinara sauce. Spoon this mixture into the slits of the
breadsticks. Bake approx 10 minutes or until the breadsticks start to get a
golden brown. (Each oven varies so keep peeking at 'em!) Top with the
Mozzarella Cheese. Bake again for approx. 2 minutes...or until the cheese is
melted and the breadsticks are brown.
You can add your own additional ingredients like pieces of olives, sausage
call these Teddy Bear Pizza Bars since most Teddy Bears lack fingers. These
are much easier for them to eat.
Chicken Mole Pablano
Chicken with Chocolate Sauce
Lbs. Frying Chicken - cut up and skinned
Tablespoons Salad Oil
Small Onion, sliced
Garlic Cloves, chopped
Tablespoon Sesame Seeds
Tablespoons Chili Powder
1/2 Cups Chicken Broth
Tablespoons Peanut Butter
Ounce of UNSWEETENED Chocolate
.. to taste and optional
the chicken parts in oil in a large covered frying pan. Remove and set aside.
onion to pan and saute till golden brown. Stir in garlic, sesame seeds, and
chili powder. Cook, stirring over medium heat for one minute. Add chicken
broth and stir to blend in the browned bits from frying the chicken at the
bottom of the pan. Pour this into a blender or food processor. Add the peanut
butter, raisins and chocolate. Blend until this is a smooth paste (aka puree).
Pour this sauce back into the pan. Add the browned chicken parts and simmer 15
to 20 more minutes ... or until chicken is tender. Add salt if you feel it's
Be sure to wash the chicken first before cooking. And, we personally feel that
15 to 20 might not fully cook the chicken. So feel free to cook those pieces
longer until you free the chicken is fully cooked to your satisfaction.
call this Teddy Bear Chicken because it's brown like most Teddy Bears. It may
sound bizarre to have chocolate over chicken, but this is Brownielocks'
favorite chicken! When in California, she makes it a point to find a Mexican
restaurant that will make a good Chicken Mole Pablano (pronounced as
"chicken moo-lay Pah-blah-no).
Bear Sugar Cookies
Cup Butter (softened)
Cup Powdered Sugar
Cup White Granulated Sugar
Teaspoon Salt (optional)
Teaspoon Baking Soda
Teaspoon Cream of Tartar
1/3 Cups of Flour
all of the ingredients. Roll into balls approximately 1 1/2 inches. Roll balls
in granulated sugar. Place on cookie sheet and press with a sugared glass.
Bake at 375F for approximately 8 - 10 minutes.
are WHITE when done. Do not wait for them to brown.
We find putting parchment paper on the cookie sheet helps bake cookies
perfectly without burning on the bottom. It also makes for easier cleanup.
A "sugared glass" is a normal glass glass that has been buttered on
the bottom lightly and pressed into a plate of sugar so the sugar sticks to
the bottom of the glass. Press the glass into the sugar and then onto each
ball to flatten slightly.
??? Everytime we make these we keep getting a different number. But we'll
guess and say 30 cookies?
call these Teddy Bear Sugar Cookies because they are so light and fluffy --
due to using the powdered sugar.
Chinese Almond Cookies
Cup Lard or Vegetable Shortening
Teaspoon Almond Extract
1/2 Cups Cake Flour <----- note it is CAKE FLOUR! This doesn't work with
Heaping Teaspoon of Baking Powder
Heaping Teaspoon of Baking Soda
Cup Slivered Almonds
Cup Sesame Seeds (optional)
Oven to 300F. Using an electric mixer blend lard or vegetable shortening with
sugar and one egg until smooth. Add almond extract. Set aside.
a separate bowl, sift flour mixture with rest of batter. Dough should become
dry and will probably require (at this point) hand-kneading to evenly blend
the flour. (We always do this with our hands!)
the dough into 24 balls. Arrange 12 at a time on a cookie sheet, ungreased.
(We recommend using parchment paper!) Flatten each ball slightly making an
indent in the middle with your big thumb!
the second egg with a fork. With a pastry brush spread the beaten egg evenly
over the top of each cookie. Sprinkle lightly with the almonds and sesame
seeds. Bake at 300F for approximately 25 minutes. Note: Cookies are a LIGHT
golden brown when done. Do not over cook! Wait 30 minutes or cool before
We find slivered almonds fall off when baking. So we used chopped almonds. And
we prefer no sesame seeds.
also use two eggs beaten because we brush the entire ball and not just the
We get 30 balls if we don't eat any dough! :)
so many Teddy Bears are made in China, we felt we'd include these in our
Mustard Salad Dressing
(Compliments of the National Honey Board)
1/4 Cups of Mayonnaise
Cup of Honey
Tablespoon White Vinegar
Cup Vegetable Oil
Teaspoon Minced Onion Flakes
Tablespoons Minced Fresh Parsley
Tablespoons prepared Yellow Mustard
a medium-sized bowl, whisk together all of the above ingredients until smooth
approximately 2 cups.
bears have a weakness for honey, this is our favorite salad dressing!
Brownielocks always supervises Billy when in the kitchen. Please make sure you
have an adult with you!
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