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Hiwa Hiwa · 23d

Hiwa the Chef Presents: Feminist Cupcakes!

Ingredients:

3 Eggs (Without Sperm)
2 oz of Truffle Butter (The Good Kind)
1 Cup of Male Tears
Baking Soda (The We Can Do It! Kind)
An Automatic Mixer (You Cannot Use Your Hands)
A Pan (Ungreased, Because the 50's Were Sexist)
1 tsp BROWN Sugar
Some Container of Frosting (Not White)

Procedure:

Preheat oven to 420°. Mix the spermless eggs, truffle butter, and male tears in a bowl, which is NOT round and perfect. After two minutes, add the BROWN sugar. After mixing for two more minutes, pour the mixture into the ungreased pan. Place in the oven for five feminist minutes. Pull out of oven, and VIOLA (even though they're expensive)! You have your feminist cupcakes! Tastes best in MALE TEARS cup or mug.

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Preheat oven to 425*.
Wash and dry tilapia filets, spread with olive oil and creole seasoning, to your taste.
Place in well oiled baking pan, bake for 8-10 minutes, until just white.
While fish is baking, saute slivers of red pepper in 1 tbs butter,until cooked, about 5 minutes.
Warm alfredo in a small saucepan.
In a frypan, melt 3 tbs butter, add minced garlic and cleaned, prepared shrimp, saute for about 5 minutes.
When fish is ready, remove from pan from oven.
Carefully remove fillets, 4 per plate.
Place one quarter of the red pepper slivers and one quarter of the cooked shrimp on top of fillets.
Top with 1/4 cup of alfredo, sprinkle of grated cheese and a dusting of more creole seasoning.
If you like, you can put this under the broiler for about a minute.

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milk + left over nutella in a jar = milkshake

TELL ME HOW IT WENT

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TheBatGirl TheBatGirl · 2mo · Edited

Meat Pie
Human Guts
.............
...........
And that's how you make a meat pie..
Your guests will die....
for them...

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Dasas Dasas · 2mo

Disaster

Ingredients
-Pre made pizza
-Pineapple

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Me

1/4 tbsp Disapointment
3/4 tbsp Memes
4/4 tbsp Repitition
1/4 tbsp Disapointment

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Recipe for really good scrambled eggs:

-3 eggs
-1/4 (or splash) cup of milk (can be lactose free)
-bowl & fork/whisk
-salt n' pepper
-kechup

Crack the three eggs into the bowl, and use the fork/whisk to scramble. add the milk and pour on a pan (pammed & heated to just above medium).
Get a spatula and start 'fliping' the eggs. put on plate and really lather on the kechup and mix. Enjoy!

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BilboH BilboH · 3mo

bear grills survival dish

1 1/2 cup of piss
2 cup cow shit
13 caterpillars (finely chopped)

shove it all in your mouth, swallow and digest

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Recipe for Chocolate Popcorn

Place the cool popcorn in a large bowl. Use a ladle to drizzle the chocolate over the popcorn, stirring with a wooden spoon as you go. Keep adding chocolate until the popcorn is evenly coated. Pour the chocolate-coated popcorn onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet and allow it to cool.

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Bread Free Toast
0 Bread loaves
0 Toasters
0 minutes in toaster

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Kaito Kaito · 4mo

Recipe for me

2/8 disappointment
3/8 Sins
4/8 bad at math

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Recipe for disaster

1 stick of dynamite
1 lighter
1 match

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Mashed cauliflower. The best substitute for mashed potatoes, and I swear it tastes exactly the same! Great for if you want to cut back on carbs, or can't eat potatoes, or just want a healthier option that tastes the same. I know it might sound disgusting, but trust me, it's delicious! Just boil cauliflower in water, strain, mash and season with salt and pepper.

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Cow + Internet + Guy = This

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Icons
+
Categories
+
100% of categories
= Happy users

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Dusty Dusty · 6mo

Choco-Marshmel-Waffle Taco

1. Toast two waffles.
2. Put marshmellows and chocolate on it.
3. Microwave it for about a minute-minute thirty.
4. Enjoy!

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Anonymous Anonymous · 6mo

Recipe for a Vegan diet
Anything that's not meat

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Anonymous Anonymous · 7mo

Breakfast Sushi:

Take a tortilla and spread it with peanut butter or Nutella. Fully peel a banana and place on the edge of the tortilla. If the banana is very curved, break it in the center and lay the two pieces straight. Roll up the tortilla. Cut the roll into slices. Sprinkle cinnamon on the slices. You can also use chocolate sauce as soy sauce.

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Cook some french fries, season them with salt and balsamic vinegar.

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Anonymous Anonymous · 8mo

Recipe for disaster

1 stick of dynamite
1 lighter
1 match

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