With the D listings comes more of the dessert types of recipes. Don't worry they're not all pure sugar. Decadence comes in all forms, not just refined sugar! Follow these recipes below for a great sweet treat for both you and your child!
2 Tablespoons raisins
1 Mcintosh apple
2 Tablespoons crunchy or creamy peanut butter
1. Set aside a few raisins for the face. Stir the remaining raisins into peanut butter.
2. With an apple corer or paring knife, remove the core and seeds from the apple.
3. Using a small knife, push the peanut butter mixture into the center of the apple. Make a happy face on top of peanut butter using reserved raisins. Chill before serving.
1 pack of Chocolate Pudding, instant
2 cup Milk
16 oz Oreos
3 1/2 cups Cool Whip
8 Gummy Worms (optional)
8 Plastic flowers (optional)
1. Pour milk into a medium bowl, and add pudding mix. Beat until well blended, 1 -2 minutes.
2. Crush Oreos and set aside. Let stand for 5 minutes. Stir in cool whip and half of the cookies.
3. To assemble: place 1 Tablespoon of crushed cookies in the bottom of an 8 oz cup. Fill cups about 3/4 full with pudding mixture. Top with remaining crumbs.
4. Place Gummy Worms in “dirt”, and a plastic flower in each cup to resemble a flower pot.
Diabetic Kid's Snackin' Corn
9 cup Corn, popped
1/3 cup Peanut butter
1 Tablespoon Butter
1. Pop the corn.
2. Over low heat melt the butter with peanut butter until runny. Drizzle over the
popcorn and mix well.
3. Spread in shallow baking pans and bake in a 375-degree F oven for 10 minutes, stirring 2 or 3 times. The corn will crisp and the topping will set.
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