#14 Dress Up Fun
Here is Anne’s recipe for basic non-dairy fudge. I just had a piece, and it was delicious.
3 cups non-dairy semi-sweet chocolate chips (Cost
1 can coconut milk
1/8 cup cocoa powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 dropper of liquid Stevia (Sweet Drops is Anne’s favorite)
1 1/2 chopped walnuts (optional)
Open coconut milk and drain off 1/4 can of the separated, clear liquid. Put chocolate chips, remaining coconut milk, and cocoa powder in a sauce pan. Heat on low until all is melted. Stir continuously. Add Sweet Drops and vanilla. Stir well. Add chopped nuts if desired.
Pour into 9 X 9 square pan lined with parchment paper. Let set in refrigerator overnight. Will be solid at room temperature after that.
Jolene and Anne took a trip down memory lane by unearthing Anne’s favorite dress up from the old costume box. We hope these pictures give you ideas of how to stock yours.
Left: The beloved peach nighty purchased by Anne’s grandma at a thrift store
Right: Royal robe made by Aunt Jacque. Has been used as Mrs. Santa Claus cape and Queen of Hearts
Left: Blue lame cape with silver and glod rick rack trim
Right: Zoro cape that was Allen’s Halloween costume in kindergarten
Left: Crochet shawl perfect for pioneer and old lady play
Right: Dalmation fleece fabric often pinned into a cape or turban
Left: Hooded red cape perfect for Little Red Riding Hood and any story requiring a disguise
Right: Pink gigham dress Jolene wore to a high school dance.
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