A Florida mom is warning about the importance of reading food packages after her teenage daughter died shortly after eating a cookie that contained peanut butter. She went into anaphylactic shock, stopped breathing, and went unconscious. Up to 20 percent of patients who receive an initial dose of epinephrine need a second dose because their allergic reaction is so severe, EpiPen says.
This salty chocolate treat is sure to send your tastebuds into sensory overdrive. Surprisingly, sweet foods can taste even sweeter when they're sprinkled with some salt on top. All you need to do to recreate this magnificent cookie is add some sea salt on your favorite chocolate chip recipe.
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Of the several hundred entries we received to this 16th annual iteration of the Taste Holiday Cookie Contest, a number of them shared a similar sentiment. Jeff Wheeler. I have a gazillion cookbooks, and at least five of them are just cookie cookbooks.
Her year-old daughter, Alexi died after eating what she believed to be an ordinary chocolate cookie. Whilst there, the teen reached for what she thought was a simple chocolate chip cookie: A chewy Chips Ahoy. Having seen the product before, Alexi knew that the original chewy Chips Ahoy did not contain peanuts.
A Florida mother is urging parents to be extra careful when reading ingredient lists on food packaging. Stafford continued that her daughter started to feel a tingling sensation in her mouth and went straight home. Unfortunately, her condition began to deteriorate and by an hour and a half after her first bite, she had died.
A high school student mixed her cremated grandfather's ashes into homemade sugar cookies and shared them with several classmates, police in Northern California said Wednesday. The student and a friend baked the cookies and shared them with at least nine classmates at their public charter high school near Sacramento on Oct. Paul Doroshov. He said the Da Vinci Charter Academy students told some of their classmates that the cookies contained human ashes.
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Davis Police Lieutenant Paul Doroshov told BuzzFeed News that sometime in early October, the female student at Da Vinci Charter Academy allegedly baked the cookies at home, brought them to school, and along with another female student, handed the cookies to her classmates, nine of whom ate the sweets. The two students told some classmates what was in the cookies, but withheld the secret ingredient from others, according to Doroshov and students who spoke to BuzzFeed News. Some students who knew about the ashes apparently ate the baked goods anyway. No charges have been filed, Doroshov said, and police are working with the school on how to resolve the matter.