They’re best while they’re fresh and young. No prep work needed. Just grab a recipe, a pot, eggs (optional), baby chicks (of course) and a heat source.
It doesn’t really matter which heat source you choose. They’re equally good on the stove,
or over a campfire.
Want the recipe? First you need to go to the feed store and get some baby chicks, then…
Oh, come on, you know I wouldn’t. They’re my future egg-laying hens.
See? Here they are nice and cozy, safe from heat. Our daughter placed them in an old campfire pot while cleaning their cage, and there was no way I could resist that photo op!
Happy April Fool’s Day! A tip from experience: Don’t tell the kids it’s April Fool’s Day until halfway through the day, or maybe even just an hour before bedtime, or there will be “spiders in your hair” alllllll day long. Then again, it’s just too much fun for them to miss.