It’s that time of the year again when us students at Nepean count down the days to the holidays and winter break. A time of great food, reflection, and best of all, no school! One thing that always keeps me in the festive spirit during the holidays is banana nog: a twist on the traditional eggnog. It’s really easy to make, and the result is an amazing drink spiced with nutmeg and allspice.
Here are the ingredients you’ll need to make this banana nog:
5 cups whole milk or oat milk
1/4 cup icing sugar
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 teaspoon of freshly ...
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My favourite holiday recipe has undoubtedly always been this dish. Although many people don’t like casseroles, this side dish is great with stuffing and potatoes, and is the perfect combination of cheese and vegetables. This recipe is super simple and always has people asking for seconds. Enjoy!
This recipe yields approximately 8 servings but can easily be doubled to make more.
1 head of steamed broccoli
1 head of steamed cauliflower
2 tbsp of butter or margarine
1 tbsp of flour
1 cup of milk
½ block of ...
This month Ms. Hamer’s Grade 10 English Class has shared two fancy dessert recipes with us. These would be excellent to try out over the holiday break!
Black Forest Cake by Jennifer G. ...
Here are two more recipes from Ms. Hamer’s Grade 10 English Class. These are cookie recipes, perfect for making as an after school snack!
Chocolate Chip Cookies by Liam P.
Snickerdoodle Cookies by Sarah S. ...
The first assignment of Ms. Hamer’s Grade 10 English Class was to create a procedural text. Many students chose to write recipes which are perfect for making during the cozy fall season. Let us know if you try any of them!
Apple Strudel Muffins by Brianna L.
Raspberry Scones by Sophie M.
Chomeur Pudding by Alex P. ...