Scoobie snacks are the perfect treat for a football game, but they’re even better when it comes to keeping them in tip top shape.
Here’s how to do that.1.
Wash them thoroughly in cold water.
The more salt and pepper you add to a dish, the better.
But salt and spices can cause them to break down and become tough.
So make sure they’re washed with cold water as soon as possible.2.
Don’t soak them.
If you want to keep them moist, soak them in hot water.
Mix the ingredients together.
Mix all the ingredients well together in a bowl.
If they are very sticky, add a little more flour and/or water.
Mix until well combined.5.
Use a spoon to mix the dough.6.
Shape into balls and place them on a baking sheet.7.
Bake at 375 degrees for 45 minutes, or until golden brown.8.
Let cool completely on a wire rack.
If it’s too hard, use a fork to gently shape the balls into little balls.9.
Cool completely on paper towels and refrigerate for at least an hour.10.
Make them ahead of time, in case you need to make them in the future.11.
Keep them in a cool, dry place.
If the scoops get stuck on your counter or your fridge, they’ll be fine.12.
Eat them with some toppings.
These are the scobies you’ve been craving.
The best ones, like blue cheese or jalapeno cheese, are not only easy to find, but delicious too.13.
Eat with other scoops.
If your friends want to eat some scoops with their football snacks, put them on top of the balls.
They can’t be too hard to scoop.14.
Wrap them in plastic wrap.
You can use foil, paper, or any other wrap to wrap the balls, too.15.
Serve as a snack.
Dip them in chocolate, strawberry jam, or a strawberry ice cream topping.
You don’t need to put any actual scoops in them, but don’t forget to give it a twist.
They’re good served with a slice of lemon or lime.