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.
2. Like many recipes, it appears that Ariana’s includes a brief anecdote from her own personal experience.
3. Never give Joe beans.
4. Like Sebastian, I also frequently use the word “thingy” to refer to something when I can’t think of any other words.
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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