Do you wish you could have all the tasty sounding food and candy made in Giggleswick? Now you can make it for yourself! You may not be as gifted in the kitchen as Caractacus Knicklebean or Jasper Stubbs, but these recipes should help you come close!
- 1 package of Betty Crocker's Sugar Cookie mix (follow directions on back to make up the batter)
- stir the following special ingredients into the cookie batter: 1/2 cup honey, 1/4 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup flour, 2 tbsps of marshmallow fluff
- drop teaspoon-sized balls of batter onto an un-greased baking sheet. For extra fun, sprinkle with green sugar crystals
- bake for 9-10 minutes at 375 degrees
- let cool for 2 minutes and remove carefully from baking pan
- 1/4 cup of 100% Pure Maple Syrup (artifical syrup is too dark in color to use!)
- 1 drop of green food-dye
- Stir together until sufficiently murky looking :)
- For extra exciting flavor, try with strawberry syrup!
Sugar Plum Fairy Tea:
- As Trixie says ... It's just regular tea! So just make any old tea and call it "Sugar Plum Fairy Tea". Sounds so much more exciting, doesn't it? If you want to truly make Sugar Plum Fairy Tea, you can buy Celestial Seasonings brand of "Sugar Plum Spice" tea, and then for fun you can roll the rim of your glass in sugar!
- Again, let's take Trixie's advice and just use our favorite green drink (KoolAid, Mountain Dew, Sprite w/green food coloring etc.) And voilà! You've got Fogg-Fizz!
* If you decide to take a class down at the Willy B. Foogerton Culinary Institute and come up with your own Giggleswickian concoctions, please head on over to the contact page and share them with Matthew! They might just end up here!