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I have really strong cravings. A couple of nights ago, I was craving for something sweet that I haven’t had for a long time. That’s how I always am. Whenever I crave for something, I have to have it or else I wouldn’t be able to sleep. And yes, that night, I wasn’t able to sleep. I even went down to the kitchen to search for something in there, but I wasn’t able to find it. Usually, a simple peanut butter will suffice, but that night nothing seemed to work. I kind of envy my husband who’s sleeping soundly beside me. I have to admit I am quite lucky because he doesn’t snore. Still, I wasn’t able to sleep a blink.
The morning after, I was still searching for that taste. I was preparing breakfast for my twins, but my mind was preoccupied. That was until my husband reminded me that a couple of our friends will visit today and asked if I would be able to make something for them. Because if not, he could buy something on the way home. I told him I could whip something up even though I didn’t think I could, actually. I was saved by my best friend who called an hour later. We were talking about bars and she mentioned butterscotch. I felt like I had a lightbulb moment. I immediately searched for a recipe and found this one online. It’s not for the kids because of the secret ingredient that you will find out when you read the recipe. But your guests will surely fall in love with them.
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Quick Tip: Serve with coffee or tea.