Bixie Crunchies These tiny nuggets fizzle and pop upon contact. People who are constantly found eating this deli- cacy are nicknamed "Drool- ing Fools" because of the excessive foam dripping from their mouths.
Ingredients: Bixie Parts and Frosting
Cooking Instructions: Fire oven for low heat. Smother bixie parts in frosting and place in oven. Remove when hardened and frosting crystallizes.
Tastes great with: Hot-n-Spicy Toelings and Ale
Rat Ear Turnovers Also known as "Rat Splat Pie", this crunchy and nutty flavored pie is well known among chefs for its distinctive texture. Each bite is packed with crispy, crackling goodness.
Ingredients: Clump of Dough, Rat Ears, 1 Pie Tin
Cooking Instructions: For crust, line the bottom of a pie tin with a clump of dough. Combine rat ears and spices and pour onto the crust. Crumble extra dough on top. Bake at low heat until golden.
Tastes great with: Pickled Gator and Bog Juice
Fruit Pie Naturally sweet and delicious, fruit pie is fresh-picked goodness. For a smoother texture, try removing thorns.
Ingredients: Clump of Dough, Fruit, Spices, 1 Pie Tin
Cooking Instructions: For crust, line the bottom of a pie tin with a clump of dough. Combine fruit and spices and pour onto the crust. Bake at medium heat until bubbly, and fruit juices splatter everywhere.
Tastes great with: Bear Steaks and Brandy
Cookies Sweet and hot is the only way a cookie should be served. If a baker deems appropriate they can cut the cookies into amusing shapes.
Ingredients: Clump of Dough, Spices, Frosting, (cookie cutter)
Cooking Instructions: Take and beat down the clump of dough to a thin wafer. Pull off cookie sized segments or use the cookie cutter. Frost and spice the cookies. Set in the oven at high heat.