Preschool Students Share Their 4 Favorite Recipes For Hilarious Class Cookbook.

A two-photo collage. The first shows a little kid wearing a chef’s hat. He’s sitting on a kitchen counter and is eating a yellow pepper. The second photo shows a recipe titled “Ethan’s Eggs.” The recipe is cut off, but the following can be read: Serving: 10 Prep time: 1 hour Cooking time: 2 seconds Cost: $3.00 Ingredients: Pancakes Sugar Skittles Where to buy: Texas Roadhouse

No matter what kind of cuisine you’re in the mood for, odds are, there’s a cookbook full of recipes for that exact food. In fact, you’d probably be surprised by the unusual options that are out there. But none are quite as unique as the one this pre-k class made. Although this limited edition cookbook isn’t available to the public, we did get a sneak peek at the pre-k class cookbook recipes thanks to Jordan Adams.

He was lucky enough to get his hands on a copy thanks to his nephew, Ethan, who was one of the kiddos in that class. So, without further ado, here are some of the best (and most interesting) “recipes” from these unintentionally hilarious pre-k kiddos.

1. First, we have Jordan’s nephew, Ethan. I’m most fascinated by the prep-to-cook time ratio.

Recipe titled "Ethan's Eggs."

Serving: 10
Prep time: 1 hour
Cooking time: 2 seconds
Cost: $3.00


Where to buy: Texas Roadhouse

Instructions: "first you put pancakes and then sugar and that's it. You can cook it, but you can go to my house and I will give you my eggs because my mom makes eggs all the time. You can eat them with a spoon. Don't put anything on them because that's how you makes eggs, with nothing."

2. Like many recipes, it appears that Ariana’s includes a brief anecdote from her own personal experience.

Recipe titled "Ariana's Macaroni"

Serving: 3 people
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 5 minutes a day
Cost: I think $2

Melted cheese
Strawberries, I like them because they are healthy 

Where to buy: Walmart and Target and... wait... I'm trying to think... oh yeah... the mall.

"First you put the macaroni in the stove and now you put it in the end. Put it to the oven and put cheese and more melted cheese. The oven has to be hot like fire... like a candle... like for birthdays. And I have to leave because I am going to a party with a swimming pool. My sister days, 'Why do you go to the swimming pool?' and I say, 'Because I like it.' Now I go home and I am waiting for it to not be hot and then my sister says, 'Why do you do that?' it's because you blow on the macaroni so it won't be hot. You need to wait. Now its done!"

3. Never give Joe beans.

Recipe titled "Joe's Tacos"

Serving: I don't even know
Prep time: like 45 minutes
Cook time: I think 55 minutes
Cost: I don't even know

Get the meat and lettuce at HEB
Taco shells are there too
I have cheese at my house so I don't have to go to the store and get more
Potato... wait... is it potato or tomato... no tomato

Where to buy: I don't know where to get the other stuff

"First I don't actually know, I really don't remember anything. Can I change this to cheesy roll ups? Because they are super easy. There is only 3 stuff you need, white cheese, yellow cheese, and tortilla. I don't even want to make tacos anymore. I don't even know how. It is too hard to think about tacos. But I can make cheesy roll ups. They are super easy. They come from Taco Bell. I need yellow cheese and I don't know where to buy the white cheese. I don't know how to make tacos. Cheesy roll ups are better because I know how to make them. Let me think... one time I made candy and it turned brown. I don't want tacos anymore. I like them, but I love cheesy rollups more. I don't like beans because they make me throw up. My mom made me eat a burrito one time with beans and I threw up. Wait... I know how to make watermelon, it is easy... just buy the watermelon and eat it."

4. Like Sebastian, I also frequently use the word “thingy” to refer to something when I can’t think of any other words.

Recipe titled "Sebastian's Pancakes"

Serving: 3
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 3 times
Cost: $70

Salt and that's it

Where to buy: Walmart

"You get a thingy from the house and you put it in the hot thingy. Turn on the hot thingy and it burns so you have to be careful. You make like, something and put it in and it cooks. Then you get a plate and finish it. Don't leave the plate on the table, you have to throw it away in the sink or flies will get on it."

Do I plan on attempting to recreate any of these recipes? Absolutely not. I don’t think it’s possible for anyone to do that, even if they tried. But that’s okay because, no matter the intention, this still turned out to be one of the best comedic cookbooks of all time.

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