I whipped this up this morning for my toddler son's breakfast. I called it his Monkey Spread because my child's nickname is Monkey. It was gone in no time whatsoever! It is messy--hindsight tells me this would have been a good snack for Daddy to feed him (or at least be on clean up detail!), but it is healthy and very versatile. I served it on an Eggo waffle, but it would be good on bagels, toast or crackers, apples or as a filling for celery. Keep it in the fridge.
I started making rice crispy treats yesterday when OMG! I only had 1 cup rice krispies! Now you know, if kids think rice crispy treats are coming, you better produce them!I cleaned out the cereal cupboard in a hurry! This is what I whipped up, I dubbed them "Happy Kids" because they stayed happy, no tears or tantrums. Small one from DH after he only got a small taste...LOL!
Easy french to make french toast. lightly sweet. I make this for my 18 month old son. making it in the oven is easier as my son is at that age where he is in to EVERYTHING and in the 4 min it would take to cook it on the stovetop he could wreck my kitchen
Very creamy, cream cheese adds yummy bite.
Very rich, lots of variations, use onion & chive cream cheese, add diced tomatoes or ham, or both. I started making this when my son discovered mac & cheese. Kraft may be the "cheesiest" it is also the saltiest, so I keep these items on hand for lunches or comfort food dinners.