“Can I have a snack please?”
“I am hungry, is it snack time?”
“Did I hear you say we can have a snack??”
“* Crinkle crinkle crinkle (sound of a bag being opened)* *me* What are you doing??? *child* “I am so hungry……” (Said with “weakness” of body even though lunch was like was 1.5 hours ago…….)
Does this sound familiar to you???? My kids ask for snacks no less than 16 times per day. They are growing boys I know, and I like my “morning” snack and “after- school” snack
and “busy making dinner” snack and “avoiding the things I need to be doing” snack so I do understand! BUT, I run out of ideas of what to give them! Something that is filling enough to hold them over to the next meal…….
My friend shared this recipe with me and it has fast become a favorite around here, I have made it 3 times in about a week. It is filling enough to hold them over till dinner and really, actually pretty good for you too! Bonus!!!!
SO I realized that I followed the recipe wrong. Opps. My friend gets 20 ish sandwiches out of her 1/2 c. peanut butter and 1/2 c. vanilla yogurt mixture. Tahee. I got 4. As you can see I go heavy!! That being said, please use as much or as little peanut butter as YOU want to on your sandwiches!! They will be fantabulous either way!!!!
Peanut Butter Gram-Wiches
1/2 c. peanut butter
1/2 c. vanilla yogurt
4 ~ 20 graham crackers
Mix together the peanut butter and yogurt (a spoon works fine, it may look like it will not come together nicely BUT then all of a sudden you have a nice smooth mixture!!!)
Break the graham crackers in half so you have squares. Put as much or as little of the peanut butter yumminess on half the squares and top with the remaining squares. I took a knife to smooth out the edges nicely. Wrap in plastic wrap and freeze. (At least 4 hours so they are frozen through.)
Serve and enjoy.
Recipe from Melissa, thanks!!!!
Just for fun I rolled some of them in mini-chocolate chips. Big hit.
This recipe linked to Six Sister’s Stuff.