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In this Episode, Chloe makes one of our favorite snacks, The Snackster" with the help of a hot pocket maker and some cherry ...
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Hello ladies and gentlemen and welcome to Cooking with Chloe, as you can see the time is later than usual, and I’ll tell you why in a minute. And I’m in my pajamas and my hair’s down, because tonight we’re going to do a little late night snack. Tonight we’re going to use some of my favorite machines, it’s a hot packet maker or as Lily likes to call it the snackster. So, we’re going to need four pieces of bread, pie filling, butter, and cream cheese. The first thing you wanna do is put butter on one side of the bread. And here’s some important part, you get two pieces of bread, and flip them together. On the two pieces of bread you flipped over, put some cream cheese on. On top of the cream cheese, put some pie filling and tonight we picked cherries. And now you wanna put the two pieces of bread on the other two pieces butter side up. Pick the sandwiches and put them in the snackster. A lot of people ask me what we do when everything is cooking, a lot of times we dance. I hear that this should be done. I like to use a fork to get the snacks there, because they are hot. That’s it for Cooking with Chloe. Catch you next time.