Bake much?

Yesterday’s purchases at the grocery store:

20 lb of flour
4 lb of confectioner’s sugar
4 lb of brown sugar
4 bags of mini chocolate chips
1 bag of white chocolate chips
1 package chocolate mint sandwich candies
1 package of unsweetened chocolate baking squares
1 bag of pecans
4 jars of mollasses
36 eggs
7 lb of butter

and 8 gallons of milk

8 thoughts on “Bake much?

  1. Come next week, when we start doing the Christmas cookies, the sugar and flour just fly out of their containers.

  2. That is VERY impressive! I should stock up, but the kids would make too many cookies and cakes and EAT them ALL. We already have a problem with sweets!

  3. Wow, I'm impressed. How about some pictures once all of these ingredients have been utilized?!?! Would love to see what goodies are made.

  4. Will do, Cathy. Right now I'm working on gingerbread houses…15 of them, because I was really bored and thought, “Gee, why don't I have a gingerbread house decorating party and invite my three closest friends and promise each kid his/her own house?”

    I'm doing the cookies next week.

  5. Good heavens, woman! I thought I was a crazy baking machine, but I've got nothin' on you!

    Have fun! 🙂

  6. Oh Michelle, 15 gingerbread houses!!!! Where do you find the energy? I am so impressed with how much you do with and for your family. You are truly an amazing mom, blessed and amazing!!

  7. No, Cathy, I might be amazing if I had actually finished the houses in time instead of having to postpone the party for next week. Or if I didn't mentally curse my way through the whole assembly procedure, which is not going well.


    In the end, it will be great. Right now, I have some very pathetic looking shacks.

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