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My kids were going to be having a few friends spend the night one weekend. It was the end of the school year, so it was kind of like a send off party for them to say bye to the old school year. I was more than happy to have them at my house. I got lucky and I have all good kids, and they have good friends. We have tons of things to do at our house, so I knew they weren’t going to be bothering me about being bored. I was going to have to be the one that took care of their meals though. Dinner was going to be carry out pizza because, well just because I didn’t feel like cooking. Then, for breakfast, I had a real special treat up my sleeve.
I had found these chocolate and strawberry parfaits on Spend With Pennies, and I was waiting for the perfect occasion to make them. I figured that this was going to be the best time. I made up a whole bunch of them.
All the kids were really excited when they saw them. They really thought that they were getting dessert for breakfast. That’s exactly what it tasted like too. Little did they know, it was actually good for them!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Spend With Pennies.
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