I have a local friend who is working on opening a Fro-Yo wagon called The Happy Shack. I wonder if she could help me come up with a recipe for this concoction? While I am working that one out let me share some highlights from Impostors and One Far-Out Flying Machine.
- There is a special language that is outlined at the beginning of the book. I loved working out puzzles and so does my grandbabe TK, so I know this will be a great hit with her.
- These books start off with the duo sneaking out of the house with the I-ain't-here thingamajig that Crosley has. Now sneaking out is not what kiddos need to do for sure. But gosh I remember doing so as a kiddo so I could explore the backyard after dark. Maybe this would be better if I set up a camp for the grandbabes this summer out back. Bet they don't make it through the night though!
- While John and Crosley are checking for the impostor crock, they hi-jack a flying machine. My first encounter with flying machine was from a band by that name. They had a hit song I loved called Smile a lil Smile for Me. Wonder if this duo would like this song too?
Well I have thought it out and this would be my take on how to make
Crusted Creme Fro-Madge frozen yogurt
- 12 cup whipped cream
- 1 pt vanilla frozen yogurt
- 2 tbsps sugar
- 12 tbsp ground cinnamon
Line a square cake pan with parchment paper. Using a 1 3/4-inch ice-cream scoop, make four balls of frozen yogurt, place on parchment, and transfer pan to freezer to harden for at least 1/2 hour. Take out frozen yogurt balls and cover in whipped cream. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. Freeze again for 15 minutes. Place each dessert ball on a dish and drizzle with honey. Serve immediately.
Thanks so to Gail for sending me this one. I know that Sands Hettherington has created a lifetime of stories with his family and am thankful he now shares with us.