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Recipes From a Pre-K Class Cookbook on Twitter

We're 0% Shocked That These "Recipes" in a Preschool Cookbook Were Written by Toddlers

I can't remember much about pre-k or kindergarten, but what I can remember is distinct, and of those memories are ones of dictating stories to a class aide with a typewriter for various projects. While creating the art portion of a project, my classmates and I would get called into the hallway one by one by Miss Maryann, who would type everything we said for the written portion of the project (the best example I can remember was being asked to recite an original Mother's Day poem to accompany a handprint flower masterpiece, which still hangs in my mom's basement).

Although the time of the typewriter is mostly in the past, a pre-k class of today was tasked with writing (read: dictating) "recipes" for a class cookbook, and you can basically hear the toddler in the hysterical computer-printed transcriptions.

Shared by Jordan Adams, the uncle of one of the kids in the class, each recipe includes cooking times, ingredients and where to buy them, and instructions — and they're all pretty much downhill from the recipe names on. "My nephew Ethan's pre-k class made a cookbook, and all the kids had to come up with all the recipes," Jordan wrote on Twitter. "So much better than I could've imagined."

"Don't put anything on them because that's how you makes eggs, with nothing."
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Ethan, Jordan's nephew, had perhaps the most distinct recipe. Called "Ethan's Eggs," the recipe calls for pancakes, sugar, and Skittles, which you can buy at Texas Roadhouse for $3 — and though the eggs take an hour to prep, the cook time is a cool two seconds.

"First you put the pancakes and then sugar and that's it," Ethan instructs. "You can cook it but you can go to my house and I will give you eggs because my mom makes eggs all the time. You can eat them with a spoon. Don't put anything on them because that's how you makes eggs, with nothing."

Now, if that isn't budding culinary excellence, I'm not sure what is.

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