4-H Foods Exhibits Division

 

Muffins

841 Three Oatmeal Muffins: Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 101, p. 54.

842 Three Cheese Muffins: Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 201, p. 49.

Biscuits

843 Three Rolled Biscuits: Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 201, p. 50.

844 Three Scones: raisins may be substituted for dried cranberries. Use the recipe in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book--Food at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition 

Quick Breads

845 Three Cornmeal Muffins: Use the recipe in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book--Food at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition 

846 Three pieces of Coffeecake with Topping: Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 101, p. 59. Nuts are optional.

 

Cookies

847 Three Chewy Granola Bars (gluten-free): Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 101, p. 35.

848 Three Brownies: Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 101, p. 67. Nuts are optional.

849 Three Snickerdoodle Cookies: Use the recipe in 4-H Cooking 201, p. 88

 

Cakes

850 Half of one 8” or 9” layer Rich Chocolate Cake (no icing): Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 301, p. 116.

851 Half of one 8” or 9” layer Carrot or Zucchini Cake (no icing): Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 301, p. 119. May use carrots or zucchini.

852 One-fourth of a Basic Chiffon Cake: Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 401, p. 118. Do not use variations.

 

Pies

853 One whole Double Crust Apple Pie: Use recipes in 4-H Cooking 401, p. 105 and 97 or in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book--Food at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition Leave pie in the disposable pie pan and place all in a zip-type plastic bag. May use spice variation if desired.
 

Yeast Breads

854 Three Cinnamon Twists (no icing): Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 301, p. 42 & 44.

855 Three Soft Pretzels: Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 301, p. 48. Use any one topping listed.

856 One loaf Oatmeal Bread: Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 401, p. 25.

Bread Made in a Bread Machine

857 One loaf Honey Whole Wheat Bread made in a bread machine: Use the recipe in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book--Food at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition  May be a 1-pound, 1 -pound, or 2-pound loaf.

Candy

858 Three pieces Classic Chocolate Fudge (size: about one inch square): Use recipe in 4-H Cooking 401, p. 89. Nuts are optional.

Adapted Food

859 Adapted Recipe and supporting documents: Using a recipe from another 4-H Food Exhibits Class youth adapt the recipe to meet a dietary restriction. Entry will consist of: the food item, the original recipe, and an explanation of the adaption that includes 1) what the adaption is, 2) How this meets a dietary need, 3) the new recipe.

 

FOOD PRESERVATION

861 Dried Apples: Dry apples according to the instructions in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition Place 12 pieces of dried fruit in a container suitable for long-term storage of dried fruit. Label package with kind of fruit and date processed. 

862 Salsa: (pint jar or smaller) canned using a boiling water canner.  Use the recipe in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition.  The USDA recommended headspace for salsa is ½ inch. 

863 Dill Pickles: (pint jar or smaller), canned using a boiling water canner: Use the recipe in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition  The USDA recommended headspace for pickles: ½ inch

864 Strawberry Jam: (half pint or smaller jar), canned using a boiling water canner.  Use the recipe in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition.  The USDA recommended headspace for jam is ¼ inch. Refrigerator & freezer jams are not entered in this class.   

865 Green Beans: (One pint), canned using a pressure canner.  Use the recipe in the 4-H Fair Recipe Book at http://4-h.ca.uky.edu/content/food-and-nutrition.  Beans may be ‘raw packed’ or ‘hot packed’ but the packing method used must be indicated on the label. The USDA recommended headspace for green beans is 1 inch.