Friday, November 21, 2008

Tapioca Pudding and knit wash clothes

1/3 c sugar
3 Tbsp Minute Tapioca
2-3/4 c milk
***my variation, I used chocolate soy milk***

1 egg
1tsp vanilla
***I omitted this***

Mix all and let set in a sauce pan for 5 minutes
Cook on medium heat , stirring constantly,until mixture comes to a full boil (pudding thickens as it cools) Remove from heat and cool. Place plastic wrap on surface of pudding while cooling for best results (it make it creamy)
Now if your wondering I made a triple batch. Wash the pan once and have enough for the week.

Tapioca is a nice thickener. I like to try other thickener than corn starch. There is a variety of choices Tapioca is one of them. It is also good for pie thickening.
My Sweet MILove had some yarn and used it up thoughtfully (Thank You) to make me some wash clothes. Her yard ran out and that is just fine because they work just as well and I truly do love these clothes.
I Love these in the kitchen!

Over at "Down to Earth" Rhonda has gifted us with a post an how to do it.
So as you see even if you are learning or your yarn runs out the usefulness is still there to appreciate and enjoy.
"Beaded creations" is making knit socks...too cute

1 comment:

Denise said...

Thanks for sharing.

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• how to be kind and submissive (not subservient) to their own husbands. (See Titus 2:3-5)

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