Ever wanted a brownie, but didn’t want to spend the time to make a whole batch? Now you can make your own individual brownie, in a mug.
- 1/4 cup of flour
- 1/4 cup of sugar
- 2 tbsp of unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1/4 cup of water
- a pinch of salt
- 1 tbsp of vegetable or canola oil
-Add the dry ingredients into a microwave safe mug and mix. Then add the wet ingredients in and stir throughly.
- Microwave it for 1 minutes and 30 seconds. If the mug brownie isn’t ready yet, microwave it for an 30 seconds. If you want to, you can add some powdered sugar on top.
Now you’re done! Enjoy :)
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Sometimes in life, homework gets in the way. Teachers should not be able to give out homework because students cannot spend enough time with their family. Students have no time to have fun and students have responsibilities to do at home.
Homework causes depression, because giving children too much homework they get themselves in over there head, miss school, and fail classes.
“The thing about homework is that is doesn’t work. As shown by numerous studies, it brings no educational benefits, acts as a root cause of conflict between children, parents and teachers and has detrimental mental and physical effects on children that, by the fact that they’re avoidable, are absolutely inexcusable. Children are not the only ones to fear the evils of homework though. Teachers, under increasing amounts of pressure to meet targets, cover curricula and achieve grades, are incentivized to set more and more of it and grade more and more of it; something that wouldn’t be so bad if we weren’t so aware of its utter pointlessness.“ - listland.com
You will need:
Put a 1/2 cup of flour in a bowl, and put it in the microwave for about 2:30 minutes in 30 second intervals. That will heat treat the flour, so that you won't get sick. Now you melt half a stick of butter and add that into the flour. Then add a pinch of salt, and a pinch of baking no soda. Add 3 tablespoons of brown sugar, and 3 tablespoons of granulated sugar. After that add a 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and 1/2 a tablespoon of milk. Then mix everything together. If you want to, you can add some chocolate chips. I only had baking chocolate, so I cut it up into small pieces and added that to my cookie dough. This cookie dough is great to eat by the spoonful, but if you want to, you can roll them into balls. Now you're done!
- 3/4 cup of lemon juice (freshly squeezed or store bought)
- 6 cups of cold water
- 3/4 cup of sugar
- (optional) lemon zest
Mix all the ingredients together, then taste. This is a pretty simple recipe, but you can customize this recipe any way you want by adding more/less of the ingredients, or add some extra ingredients such as mint, berries, and peaches.
To make Hogwarts school supplies for your doll, you will need:
- Mini potion bottles (I got mine from Michaels)
- Things to fill the mini bottles up with (I used moss, salt, pearl sprinkles, olive oil, dish soap, etc.)
- a pack of feathers (preferably the small feathers)
- off white paper or tea stained paper
First, you are going to put something in your mini bottles. (in the picture, I used moss)
And now take your off white/yellowish paper, or tea stained paper (coffee works too), you are going to cut the paper into 4"/8" pieces.
Next, you are going to curl the edges a bit because it's a roll of parchment. I didn't curl mine all the way, because I wanted them to look like it was unrolled.
And now you're done!
To make Girl Scout cookies for your 18" doll you will need:
- Clay (I use CraZart's Modelite)
- Brown paint
- a toothpick
- (optional) a printer and paper
First, you are going to make a flat round circle about the size of a quarter and about half a centimeter thick.
Next, you are going to poke holes on top of it.
After you poke the holes, you can paint your cookie! make sure you get it the holes with your paint. I dipped a toothpick in paint and then put it in the holes.
When the paint dries, you can print out a 18" doll sized thin mint cookie box printable I found on pinterest here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/87327680248966119/
And you're done! Now your American Girl doll, or other 18" doll, can enjoy their delicious thin mint cookies!
To make DIY Peeps for your doll, you will