Friday, April 1, 2011

Low-Point Graham Fluff

Most of my food items are made the same day I place them on this blog. I decide what I'm going to fix for our meal or dessert, cook or bake it, plate it, take pictures of it... all while my kids are watching hungrily, waiting for the photography session to be over so they can enjoy "Mom's latest creation". Of course, they have to wait a bit longer while I heat everything back up after it cooled off during food-photo shoot. I sometimes feel like they're looking at me and wanting to say, "Snap the pictures already, we're hungry!" That's why it warms my heart to see my son in the kitchen and on his own, whip up something he knows will be the perfect combination of goodness to present to his mother. Trying not to interrupt his train of thought, I can't help but glance over his shoulder, smiling at this, what seems to be a new interest brewing inside of him. Love it! And who knows, this little spark of interest, even at 14 years old, just might continue to grow and land him on the Food Network Channel in the future! :)

Low-Point Graham Fluff
- 1/2 of a graham cracker
- marshmallow fluff
- malted balls, crushed (just watching him crush the malted balls because he said his dessert needed 'texture" is simply priceless!)
- chocolate chips
Spread marshmallow fluff on graham cracker. Sprinkle with crushed malted balls, and place several chocolate chips on top. :)
Points per serving - It doesn't matter. I would eat however many he wanted to present to me.


"We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today." - Stacia Tauscher

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