Transcript: 2. Take your zip lock bag and zip up the ingredients - once done mix and mash up your Oreo and cream cheese until mashed together Ingredients Gather all your ingredients, you will need: 1) 2 oreos 2) 1 spoon 3) butter knife 4) zip lock bag 5) cream cheese 6) powdered sugar 7) cookie masher Thank you my parents for helping me make my delicious treat and for buying the products that I needed. I would also like to thank Tysen's Grocery store for letting me buy the needed products to make the amazing food! Step 1 4) Once Oreo ball is formed into a circle shape, put the bag into the freezer for 2 to 3 hours until completely frozen. Then dip each oreo ball into a cup of powdered sugar Thank you! :) 3) After cream cheese and Oreo are mashed up, take your bag and form a circle shape Making Oreo Balls is Fun!! 1. Take your oreo, mash it up, and put it in a bag along with a spoonful of cream cheese Step 2 Step 4 Step 3 Oreo Balls
Transcript: 1/2 cup granulated sugar Heat oven to 350. lightly grease cookie sheet with shortening or spray 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/4 cups GoldMedal all-purpose flour 1 1/4 cups orange, yellow, and brown candy coated peanut butter candies Ingredients: Directions: 1/2 cup chocolate-flavored or regular peanut butter 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1 egg Chocolate-Peanut Butter Candy Cookies 1/2 cup butter or margarine 1/4 cups unsweetened baking cocoa Double click anywhere & add an idea
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Transcript: Those were Gary's dogs they helped him succeed throughout his life. Here are some facts about Gary, He was born on May 17, 1939 in Minneapolis. He has a sister and a step brother. Gary's father was overseas so Gary never saw his father until he was 9. His mother got married to a alcoholic and she became an alcoholic, his step father referred to Gary as "The Boy". So Gary was on his own living with one of their servants, Maria. Before Gary lived with Maria he lived with his grandmother, aunts, and other family members who would take him in. When Gary turned 9, he and Snowball joined his father in the Philippines. After that he went to Minnesota. Then he ran away. When Gary was still home his mother made him sing for his supper. When Gary hunted he thought that he would stay in the woods for the rest of his life, because he didn't know what he wanted to be when he grew up. Gary went into the woods with only a gun, Ike, and a bag of clothes and thought that was how he would live for the rest of his life. When Gary was hunting he almost drowned in a dam. Cookie Continued One very important thing is that there was a ROPE that tied the cargo to the sled. It is important because it is one of the things that helped save Gary's life. He then threw the rope across the ice to get it out of the way. While he was taking a step on the ice he went down. As he went down he grabbed the rope that helped save his life and because he grabbed the rope he didn't go to the bottom, but the rope slipped out of his hand, he was wearing heavy clothes so he went down faster. The catch was that while he went down he had enough time to yell, and the last thing he saw as he went down was cookie's head. So after the roped slipped Cookie threw it down again, he grabbed the end and up he went. When he got up he saw that Cookie had gathered all of the other dogs and they all pulled him up. That was how cookie saved Gary's life. Gary had been bullied many times by a kid named Happy and his gang. One time Gary found a dog after working and named him Dirk, that was who he lived with and that was who kept him from being bullied from Happy and his gang. Happy never came and bullied Gary ever again after he got attacked by Dirk even after Dirk ran away. Cookie was the name of a dog that Gary Paulsen had, and one day cookie saved Gary Paulsen's life. You should know that Cookie was more than a dog to Gary, he was also a friend. In January of 1980 Gary was trying to trap a beaver, but he was doing it alone. That wasn't a wise idea because the ice might break at this time of year and according to Gary it is better to have a companion. So, while Gary set the trap up, all of the dogs that he had with him fell asleep. Cookie Gary Gary Paulsen's Life With Dogs Snowball Dirk Gary has been married twice and has 3 children. Before he became a writer Gary was poor. His writing was not important to us, but it was very important to him because that is how he lived and lives his life now. He taught us that it is okay to have a rough life you just have to make it better in a way that you love. He didn't change the world, but he changed lives of young people with his writing. I think the most impressive thing about Gary is that he didn't care what other people thought about his life or his writings. That also inspired me not to care what other people think about me. He has changed my future, because now I am not going to care about what other people think. Gary Paulsen is now 75 and is living a good life with his wife, Ruth, and is still a writer. At this time Gary Paulsen was just 7 years old. Snowball was the name of the dog that Gary had while he lived in the Philippines where all dogs were eaten by the people, but that was not how Snowball died. One day while Snowball and Gary were walking they came across a snake that Gary thought was a ribbon. When he got up to it he realized that it wasn't a ribbon. As the snake was about to attack Snowball jumped in front of it and saved Gary. A few days after that Snowball got hit by a car and died. You should know that Gary was a big hunter. That was how he got his food because his parents were always gone to work or at a bar. He found a dog in the woods one day and they went hunting together, when Gary shot a duck Ike would go and get it. They did that for a long time before Ike ran away and Gary never saw him again. Ike
Transcript: COOKIE it is awesome!!! i love it and so does mrs. cheska this is how cookie looks: and here's one more. . . . . and there's a lot more! you want to see them? Here you go! Okay, is your tummy beginning to grumble? oh, i forgot about about mrs. cheska. she goes crazy over cookies! every time she give us me a spelling test, the sentence always have the word "cookie" inside it. THE END! bye! and there's a lot more THE END! COOKIE hdbdbhdbh Look, even hamsters eat cookies! bye!
Transcript: monkeys THE END there are grandpa monkeys and there are smart monkeys there are fat monkeys heheheheh there are monkeys that like computers there are funny monkeys
Transcript: Side note: use a big bowl! Then put it in the batter, plus the salt! STEP EIGHT: STEP THREE: 2 Teaspoons 1/2 Teaspoon Bake for 10 min. and enjoy! STEP SIX: Gather your ingredients! Cream together the butter, white sugar, and brown sugar until smooth Stir in vanilla! STEP SEVEN: Beat in eggs one at a time! Preheat oven to 350 degrees F STEP TWO: One Cup FINALLY! Drop by spoonfuls on pan One Cup STEP FIVE: One Cup Dissolve baking soda in 2 teaspoons of hot water STEP FOUR: 2 Eggs 1 Teaspoon 3 Cups 2 Cups Add chocolate chips! STEP ONE: YOU WILL NEED: CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DEMONSTRATION
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