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The Holidays Just Wouldn’t Be The Same Without This Recipe
Tastes like a giant, gooey Rolo candy and it only takes about half an hour to whip up? That is the stuff dreams are made of! I actually had all these ingredients on hand and was so thrilled to find this recipe. I made them RIGHT AWAY.
It truly doesn’t get much better than this for a midnight snack, which is what I wanted. I realize it’s not the healthiest habit but there are just those moments that you need something sweet – no one can deny that!
I didn’t eat them all either, my kiddos were thrilled to see them out the next morning. I let them eat a couple for breakfast with a glass of milk. My daughter told me I make the best dessert ever, and my son said I made his morning. They happily went off to school with smiles on their faces and full bellies. Granted it’s not the healthiest breakfast but it’s okay every once in awhile.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Butter with a Side of Bread.
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Quick Tip: Why not crumble up some Heath bars on top of these babies – mmmm!