Day 30- The last day!
My buddy Justin gave us two little tickets for a free breakfast sandwich and a free ice cream cone because he doesn't eat a lot of fast food. For Breakfast, we split the croissant sandwich (no meat) with pancakes and coffee- also from Justin. His Keurig broke so he brought the remaining coffee cups to our place for people to drink when they're hanging out.
'Wild Lemonade and Bad Toro Nutella Cookies.
My Dad, a serious outdoors man, sent us the recipe for Wild Lemonade, or Stag-horn Sumac tea. Making this drink involves collecting wild Sumac berries from the woods (Katniss style).
***DO NOT eat things you find growing outside unless you're with someone that knows about edible wild plants. You could be poisoned***Bad Toro is a popular bull graphic used on souvenirs from Spain. Using a package of Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie Mix with my Nutella, I made Bad Toro Nutella Cookies.
Here's my recipe (its not really a recipe, but here's how I made them, anyway):Ingredients:
sugar cookie dough (prepare as directed on the package)
cut out shapes and place unbaked cookies on a baking sheet.
Scoop Nutella in a ziplock bag and snip off the end (tip: just cut a TINY bit: if the hole is too small, you can always make it larger, but not smaller).
I drew the moon shape of the horns first, then added the body, ears and eyes. You may notice that Bad Toro has balls...I left them off the cookies: it just seems like balls & food aren't a good combo....
Bake as directed.
Afterwards, we traded in our free ice cream coupon at Burger King for the last free treat of the month!