My Edible Water Bottle Experiment

Have you ever wanted to make an edible water bottle?

I followed this lady’s instructions.

Watch this video.

More info here: http://inhabitat.com/nyc/diy-video-how-to-make-an-edible-water-bottle/

Doesn’t it look awesome?

Watch what happened when I followed her instructions.

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Homemade Blueberry Juice

Hi!

It’s me again. Today, I have a new recipe for you: Homemade Blueberry Juice!

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I thought of making Blueberry Juice because for some reason, I wanted something BLUE to drink. It didn’t turn out BLUE, but it sure was yummy!

Ingredients:

  • Blueberries
  • Honey
  • Water

Instructions:

Put blueberries, honey and water into your blender. Blend it. Taste it to make sure you have enough honey. Strain it into a bottle. And DRINK!

P.S. If you want a soda, just add baking soda for some fizz!

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Easy and Quick Candied Apples

Easy and Quick Candied Apples

One day, I was sitting at the dinner table and I thought, “Hey, maybe I can make candied apple dessert for myself!” So, this is what I did.

Recipe:

Apples, chopped and placed in a bowl with toothpicks

Coconut Nectar or Honey or Maple Syrup, in another bowl

Sprinkles, in yet another bowl

Procedure:

1. Pierce a piece of apple with a toothpick.

2. Coat the apple piece with nectar/honey/syrup.

3. Dip in sprinkles.

4. EAT IT! EAT IT! EAT IT! Sing it to the tune of this video below:

Maple Pops Morning Cereal

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Good Night, Boxed Cereal!  Good Morning, Maple Pops!

Mom doesn’t like boxed cereal, but I eat it. Yesterday, we came up with this freshly made unprocessed cereal recipe. 

 

Ingredients:

Freshly Popped Organic Popcorn Kernels

Grade B Maple Syrup

Organic Milk (your choice of milk)

Organic Bananas (optional)

 

Preparation:

1. Mix popcorn with maple syrup.

2. Add milk.

3. Add bananas, optional.

4. Pop it into your mouth!

Natural Cola

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I’m posing in honor of Coca-Cola because I can’t drink it so I made my own.

If you want the recipe, go to Not Quite Nigella. The only changes I made were: we used Turbinado Sugar instead of white sugar, Sucanat instead of brown sugar, I didn’t use coriander seeds but 1 teaspoon of coriander powder, I didn’t use lavender, I used 1 cinnamon stick instead of cassia bark and I didn’t add caramel food coloring.

These are the ingredients before we boiled it.

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After 20 minutes of boiling, we cooled it and filtered it.

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I thought the color looked a little like mud.

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I added half a cup of Natural Sparkling Water and half a cup of my Natural Cola together and I drank it.

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It was DELICIOUS!!!

And then came the BURP!