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Shields for the Knight's Troop

Cooked Shields for Knight Squad

Nutritional Value

"Shields for the Knight Squad" (sweet and not so sweet). At "Cooked" Not only am I interested, but so is my son. Watching me, he really wanted to do something too. And then Artem found his old magazine "Shrek", and there's a cooking page in it. Of course, it's just an urgent need to translate the printed page into something real. The work began boiling over :) Here are our masterpieces!

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Ingredients for "shields for the knight's squad":


  • Bread (rectangular - for unsweetened sandwiches)
  • Hard cheese
  • cherry tomatoes
  • Greens
  • Sausage
  • Chicken Egg (Boiled)
  • Butter (or cream cheese)
  • Pancakes (or cookies, cookies, whatever the fancy tells you - for sweet "shields")
  • Condensed milk
  • Milk chocolate / Chocolate (crumb)
  • Cookies (crumb)
  • Confectionery sprinkles (decorative)
  • Marmalade
  • Frosting (Sugar, colored)

How to cook "Shields for the knight's squad" step by step with photos


We started with some snack sandwiches. We took some bread, we had corn bread, cut it in the shape of shields and put it in a toaster. Then spread butter (or cream cheese) on the cooled toast sheets. Then decorate with vegetables, cheese, sausage, egg and greens according to your mood and imagination. Here is what they suggested in the magazine...

Here's how we decorated. Here we did it like with pizza; whatever we found in the fridge we used))))

Next, my son did not want to stop there, thanks to the oatmeal pancakes I made for breakfast. So, we made shield-shaped pancakes and smeared them with evaporated milk (I think sour cream will do as well, but it was eaten in the morning)! And for the extra sweet tooth, melted chocolate will add an extra noble touch to the shield!) Now, with an inexhaustible flow of imagination and colored icing, chocolate chips and cookies, as well as sprinkles, let's start the decoration "sweet boards". We then used marmalade and rice balls, whatever we could get our hands on!

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
Calories
0 Calories
Protein
0 g
Fat
0 g
Carbohydrates
0 g
100g:
Calories
0 Calories
Protein
0 g
Fat
0 g
Carbohydrates
0 g

Hard Cheese, Greens, Butter, Sausage, Chicken Eggs, Marmalade, Chocolate, Condensed milk, Cookies, Original, Cherry tomatoes, Chocolate Milk, Frosting, Snacks, Pancakes, Sandwiches, Open Sandwich, Confectionery Sprinkles

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