The Baking Bible’s Praline Pecan Meringue Ice Cream Sandwiches for the Alpha Bakers

16 thoughts on “The Baking Bible’s Praline Pecan Meringue Ice Cream Sandwiches for the Alpha Bakers”

  1. Glad you found people to eat them! 😀 That’s true about having too much sugary stuff to eat..and having to watch our diets. Well, at least in Australia, the parents are relax and let their kids eat sugary stuff! Eli is so handsome!! I wonder how the rooster collar looks like? If he wears the collar he will not crow so loudly?

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    1. Thank goodness the parents are so relaxed, otherwise, what to do with all these sweets? 😉 The rooster collars just makes the roosters sound hoarser so they sound as sharp and loud. Great idea!

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  2. Eli is adorable! Oh, I so understand how roosters and chickens can each have a unique enduring personality. My kids had a rooster and chicken when they were young. So much fun! I didn’t know about this crowing thing he is wearing. As for your ice cream sandwiches, look how lovely they turned out! Really had me giggling over this bit-“Not naming names but I saw some adults forcing bites off the kids’ sandwiches after they’ve finished their own.” There’s a testimonial if ever there was!

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    1. I had never seen adults miss-behave so wickedly! All Rose’s fault! Eli has managed to endear himself to us in no time…yes, all chickens are different. Hard to believe, isn’t it?

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  3. hahaha, you always have a very funny yet much realistic to see things. I love the story about your chicken i never seen one like these before, and i live where chicken of all kind roam free…he is so adorable.

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  4. Thanks Orin! If I made you smile then I’m happy! Eli is a cross breed. No idea what he is as he was given to us as an egg for our chicken to raise as her own…

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    1. Thanks, Patricia! Too bad about that unfriendly rooster. Some can be like that. Eli even likes dogs. Hope you enjoyed your meringues!

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  5. Eli looks so sweet! What a lucky guy to be cared for by you. your sandwiches look yummy, and if the adults are stealing the kids’ sandwiches, well that’s all the testimony needed.

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  6. When adults were picking off the kids sandwiches, well you know you have a winner! My father used to do that with my ice cream. And Elie sleeps in the guest bedroom! Boy does that make me laugh. I had one encounter with a rooster at about 4:30am that shivered my timbers. We were camping in Texas on Hallie Stillwell’s farm, and I had no idea why no one else was camping. Stupid me. I will never forget it.

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    1. Kid’s have such a hard life fending off adults with a penchant for ice-cream! Seriously, I felt bad for the kids. Roosters at 4:30am are not very nice. Lesson learnt! Yes, unfortunately, it’s the only place in the house where he’s not likely to wake us up. Lucky Eli, indeed!

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  7. Yes I think these are definitely made for (big) kids. Eli is very handsome and I love the way you let him sleep in the guest bedroom – he’s one lucky rooster.

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