I have a surprise today! Miranda is here from Mangoes and Chutney. You will love her just as much as I do…trust me! If you are looking for an all around AWESOME food site make sure you stop by (after you learn all about making graham crackers of course!) Mangoes and Chutney offers monthly meal plans and she even tells you which produce is in season (see I told you all around AWESOME!) As an added bonus…I will be over there today with a Mud Pie Kitchen. So read on, then travel over to www.MangoesandChutney.com!
I am so happy to be guest posting here at A Mom with a Lesson Plan! We got to know each other through a blogging network, and since I had just started homeschooling my 4 year old daughter, I got hooked immediately. When Jillian asked if I would like to guest post on her blog, I wondered what I could contribute (as a food blogger). How about an easy snack that you can make with your kids? So with that, I bring you Fannie Farmer’s Homemade Graham Crackers:
These are so easy to make and you can let your kids stir some things up (and maybe even roll the dough) and they can have lots of fun doing it! After mixing up the ingredients, roll the dough into a ball and proceed to roll it out with a lightly floured rolling pin. I like to use a silicone baking mat when baking because it makes everything sooo much easier! Roll it on the mat and put the mat directly on the cookie sheet (up to 450 degrees).
Rachelle | TinkerLab says
Mmmm. These look yummy, and they’re absolutely gorgeous! I never would have thought of pricking them with a fork, which adds that graham cracker look.
Thanks Rachelle! Yes, the fork definitely helps add to the authenticity.