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After hours of flavorful fun the two Zee Zees had a delicious cake to share with all their friends, and now they’re sharing it with you! Click for their Applesauce Cake recipe.
Mezlo, head chef for the Zee Zees was hanging out in his backyard, staring at the clouds. He and his best friends Franz, Zimber, and Boz had a game where they tried to find different shapes in the clouds. It was Mezlo’s favorite game. He loved trying to find food shapes in the clouds, then imagining how they would go together. He saw applesauce, of course. Then, he saw all of his flavorite mixed fruit. The next cloud looked kind of like Jozen’s MixZees. Suddenly, he had an idea for how to mix it all together: a parfait!
One day a trio of Zee Zees were out walking when they came across a very interesting poster for a local event taking place that day. "What's a carnival?" asked Zippee. "I don't know, but it looks like it might be a lot of fun!" said Grizlee. "Perhaps we should investigate this 'carnival' to learn more about our Earth friends' culture." said Zoomer.
It’s December, and you know what that means? It’s cookie season! Throughout this month you may find yourself attending holiday party after holiday party eating cookie after cookie. Though they may all be quite delicious, by the end of the month you may be experiencing a cookie overload. Well the Zee Zees have a solution for you, a delicious and healthier solution to be exact.
Campfires and singing—they go together like marshmallow and graham cracker. Even lightyears across the galaxy this is true. The Zee Zees, not really ones for a quiet fire, have a whole slew of campfire songs. Let it Zee, That Saucer of Mine, and Space Place to name a few. None though, get the Zee Zees fired up quite like Zimber’s Where There’s Fire.
Fact: the first American to orbit the Earth, astronaut John Glenn, carried pureed applesauce in squeezable tubes on his initial flight. Other fact: there’re plenty of more sweet apple facts where that came from. This month is National Apple Month—which means it’s time to talk, taste and celebrate all things orchard. We’re spreading the word the best way that we know, dropping apple knowledge like apples fall from trees. Here’re a few tasty facts you probably don’t know (unless you’re Mezlo).