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How many food blogs do you look at on a daily basis? Between foodies, cookbooks, and Pinterest, we are all inundated with someone else’s idea of what would make a delicious meal. It seems as if some kids have also jumped on board, and it’s something everyone will want to see.

Jordan Adams is a Twitter user who shared some adorable and hilarious clips out of his nephew, Ethan’s, pre-k class cookbook. It features recipes that were concocted by preschoolers.

The recipes may not look all that delicious, but they are imaginative. For example, in the recipe, “Ethan’s Eggs,” there are no eggs in the ingredients but you will find skittles, sugar, and pancakes. He also tells you that you can purchase those items at Texas Roadhouse. It takes about two seconds to make the recipe but he leaves a full hour of time available to do so.

“Ariana’s Macaroni” also throws in almost everything but the kitchen sink. The recipe calls for apples, strawberries, toys, a backpack, and a doll. Sounds like a lot of fun but I’m not sure how tasty it will be.

Considering the fact that you can purchase everything for only two dollars, I guess it isn’t too bad.

You also need to check out the instructions from Ariana:

“The oven has to be hot like fire…like a candle…like for birthdays. Now you need to tell everyone that its time to leave. And I have to leave because I am going to a party with a swimming pool. My sister says, ‘Why do you go to the swimming pool?’ and I say, ‘Because I like it.’ Now I go home and I am waiting for it not to be hot and then my sister says, ‘Why do you do that?’ it’s because you blow on the macaroni so it won’t be hot. You need to wait. Now its done!”

If you want to try one popular type of food, you have to try “Joe’s tacos.” It starts out as one meal and soon shifts to another. It seems as if the preschooler is not interested in making tacos:

“First I don’t actually know, I really don’t remember anything. Can I change this to cheesy roll ups? Because they are super easy. There is only 3 stuff you need, white cheese, yellow cheese and tortilla. I don’t even want to make tacos anymore. I don’t even know how. It is too hard to think about tacos. But I can make cheesy roll ups. They are super easy. They come from Taco Bell. I need yellow cheese and I don’t know where to buy the white cheese. I don’t know how to make tacos. Cheesy roll ups are better because I know how to make them. Let me think…one time I made candy and it turned brown. I don’t want tacos anymore. I like them, but I love cheesy roll ups more. I don’t like beans because they make me throw up. My mom made me eat a burrito one time with beans and I threw up. Wait…I know how to make watermelon it is easy…just buy the watermelon and eat it.”

“Sebastian’s Pancakes” are sure to be a family favorite. They only have a single ingredient: salt. There is also a reminder from Sebastian about dishes. He says “You get a thingy from the house and you put it in the hot thingy. Turn on the hot thingy and it burned so you have to be careful… You then get a plate and finish it. Don’t leave the plate on the table, you have to thrown away in the sink or flies will get on it.”

HuffPost reports that Adams found the cookbook at his sister’s house earlier in the month. Ethan’s class put together the recipes as a Mother’s Day gift project and the kids brought one of the books home.

“When I started to read it, I just started to laugh at how silly some of the recipes were. I thought to myself, ‘Damn this is some comedy gold,’” Adams recalled to HuffPost. “Like, only kids could think of these responses.”

Of course, “Ethan’s eggs” are his favorite. Since being posted, hundreds of thousands of people have liked and retweeted it.

“All I hope is that people smile after reading this. Kids are just so funny, and their thoughts are so pure that, that is how they come up with such funny and imaginative responses,” he said. “But yeah, overall I just hope people laugh and smile at it and it makes their day a little bit better.”

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