I am good at a lot of things, but cooking is not one of them. In fact, I have a whole pantry shelf full of various cookbooks that have never been used. Good news… I think I’ve finally found some recipes that are easy enough for even me to follow. Forget Southern Living and Cooking Light… my new favorite recipes come from my 8-year-old’s American Girl magazine.
This recipe had ingredients that I had actually heard of. So hang on, because Torin and I are about to go all Pioneer Woman on you and share the recipe to create your own pudding paradise. This is what you’ll need:
Step 1: Crush graham crackers with a rolling pin.
Step 2: Pour the crushed graham crackers on top of the pudding.
Step 3: Place a cookie stick in the cup.
Step 4: Pay attention. This is the tricky part. You’re supposed to cut leaves out of green taffy, but we used red fruit roll-ups Use a small amount of icing (or a great big blob, whatever you feel like) to attach the leaves to the top of the cookie stick.
Step 5: Place two chocolate candies in the “sand” for “coconuts.”
Finally, you can either be nice and share with a friend, or be like some people (I won’t name names) and totally renege on your promise to give your mama a bite.