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In our family, we reward the kids not with money or any material things which can be the cause of envy and jealousy, but rather with food that he or she can share with the others. In that way, the child will learn the value of sharing and not the value of material things. Just recently, Denver ended the school year with the highest honors in class. He was 7 years old, and was very smart. He was probably the second most studious to Thomas. Everyone was used to Thomas’ achievement though including himself so he rarely asked for anything whenever he went home with a certificate of excellence.
To celebrate Denver’s achievement, my cousin Joana promised to make a dessert for him. She, however, told him that he needed to share the dessert with the others because it would be too much for one person to eat. Denver, despite being mischievous at times, knew that Joana was serious so he nodded.
Joana made the kids salted caramel pretzel fudge which everyone absolutely loved. The fudge was chewy and gooey and the pretzel added that bit of saltiness that made it yummier. I found a similar recipe over at Two Peas and Their Pid and I am sharing it with you. I hope you will enjoy this recipe!
Photo and recipe courtesy of Two Peas And Their Pod and Imgur.
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Quick Tip: It can be made in advance. You can keep it chilling in the fridge for up to two weeks.