1 box yellow cake mix prepared per package instructions
kiwi slices (tip buy a ripe, but firm kiwi)
sesame seeds as needed
12oz bag of chocolate chips
3/4 cup half and half milk
2 Tbs butter
Special equipment: cupcake pan or whoopie pie pan, double boiler (or glass heatproof bowl over a pot of boiling water)
Prepare cake batter per package instructions. Place batter in cupcake pan or whoopie pie pan. Bake as needed.
For cupcakes, cut tops off and sprinkle some with sesame seeds to be the top "bun" of the burger. If you use a whoopie pie pan, sprinkle the "top buns" with sesame seeds and use them as they are without trimming them.
To make chocolate glaze, first heat up milk (half and half) and butter in a double boiler. When the milk is hot add the chocolate chips and stir well until smooth.
Dip the "burger" into
chocolate glaze using two forks and place on a baking sheet lined with wax paper. Allow chocolate coating to set in the fridge.
Slice strawberries and kiwi to act as lettuce and tomato of burger. You can also add mango for mustard or cheese. Tip: use round strawberries for better "tomato" slices. Assemble burger by placing a bottom "bun", kiwi layer, "burger", strawberry layer and then sesame seed top "bun". Skewer if desired.
2 large apples cored and peeled
4 cups water and 2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp cinnamon powder
3Tbs Raspberry or Strawberry jam
1 tsp strawberry syrup (the kind you make strawberry milk with)
Special equipment: crinkle cutter, peeler with corer
Core apple and peel. Then use crinkle cutter to cut french fry size strips.
Place cut "fries" into salt water and allow to sit for 5 minutes. Dry on a paper towel for a minute and sprinkle with cinnamon. Take paper towel and make sure cinnamon in only lightly coated by wiping off access.
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