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  1. Lauras dirt cake OREO Dirt Cake By: Courtney Pillow

  2. Original recipe 16 oz. package of Oreos, crushed 8 oz. cream cheese 1 c. confectioners' sugar 3 c. milk 2 4 oz. Packages of instant vanilla pudding 1/2 tsp. vanilla 12 oz. Cool Whip, thawed

  3. Recipe converted metric 457 g of Oreos, crushed 229 g cream cheese 237 mL confectioners' sugar 706 mL of milk 229 g of instant vanilla pudding 2 g vanilla 343 g Cool Whip, thawed Confectionary Sugar 1 cup x 237 mL= 237 mL 1 cup

  4. Directions • Crush Oreos. Put 2/3 of the crushed Oreos into bottom of bowl • Mix cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla together. Set aside. • Combine milk and pudding mix. Stir until even throughout. • Fold together pudding mixture and cream cheese mixture until the lumps are gone. • Layer this mixture over the crumbled cookies in the bowl. • Add thawed Cool Whip to top of mixture. • Scatter the rest of crushed Oreos on top • Chill in refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours before serving.

  5. Chemical Change -Vanilla Pudding • The Instant Vanilla Pudding changes from a powder to a gel • Details about it

  6. Physical change • Cool Whip thaws • Changes from a solid to almost liquid • Oreo cookies are crushed • Broken into smaller pieces but is same composition throughout

  7. An ionic compound involved • Name • Formula • Ions • Probably get to this 6th or 7th week

  8. A covalent compound involved • Name • Formula • Polar or nonpolar • Intermolecular forces • Probably get to this 6th or 7th week

  9. stoichiometry • Adjust the recipe to serve your class • Show all new amounts and 1 sample conversion • Probably get to this 11th or 12th week • Start presentations one a day after we cover this • Students sign up for due date

  10. Is it practical to make adjusted amount? • Explain why or why not • Prepare the food with whatever amount they want

  11. energy • Maybe do something with the Calories in the food • Not sure how to do this, might drop it or make it extra credit • Probably get to this 16th week

  12. Work cited • You must credit where you got any information that didn’t just come from your brain because you learned it in class