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I'm Chio, I'm wife and mother to a family of 4. When I'm not busy making crafts, I'm cooking in the kitchen. These meals are designed for everything who wants to make a meal homemade quick. I'm not a trained chef, just a home cook who loves to cook and bake. I start my day with cooking for scratch for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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Saturday, July 14, 2012

Whipped Cream Frosting

For my mom's birthday, I decided to make her cake. My mom is very picky, she doesn't like chocolate cake or anything to sweet. I made a homemade whipped cream frosting that was too sweet and could hold up to a vanilla cake.

2 cups of heavy whipping cream
1/2 cup of sugar
1/2 tsp of vanilla
bowl & mixer

1. I placed my heavy cream, vanilla, sugar ( slowly ) into the mixer, you probably don' t need that much vanilla because you don't want to tint frosting.

2. Mix well, until heavy cream has fluffed, roughly 6 mins. Make sure sugar has dissolved in frosting, so you won't taste granulated particles. Let set in fridge, covered, for 10-15mins. Frost on cooled cake.

Mexican Drinks: Strawberries and Cream drink

Growing up, this drink was a great treat. I remember I preferred this drink over Horchata. With this recipe you can use it to make ice cream pops or a drink.
2 pounds of strawberries, clean sliced, pureed thru blender but reserve a handful for finishing drink
1 can of evaporate milk
2 teaspoons of sweetened condensed milk ( 2 tsp for every 2 cups of your pitcher)

1.  Pureed strawberries and run through mesh once is enough.

2. In a pitcher add strawberry mix add sugar and add evaporate milk in slowly while stirring. Then, add sweetened milk. Slowly add water while stirring. 

3. Add sugar to taste. Add ice, chill for about 1 hr before serving so flavors can marry.