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My grandsons were coming over for a visit and I wanted to do somethnig special with them. My sons favorite "baking experience" was making chocolate, peanut butter no bake cookies, so I decided to do t
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Gramma, What is this stuff!

posted at 2/1/2010 7:11 AM EST
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My grandsons were coming over for a visit and I wanted to do somethnig special with them. My sons favorite "baking experience" was making chocolate, peanut butter no bake cookies, so I decided to do that with Natha and Alex. I had them help me measure and stir the ingredients and spoon them out onto waxed paper whern they were done. Once they had cooled, we got out the plates and glasses of milk and sat down to eat our goodies. When Nathan took his first bite, he about jumped out of his skin. His eyes lit up like a Christmas tree and he exclaimed, Gramma, What is this stuff? It's like going to heaven! Before they went home I had to give him the recipe so he can make them at home.

Gramma, What is this stuff!

posted at 2/1/2010 9:00 AM EST
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It was worth your while just to see your grandson so excited. I love it when they appreciate the little things in life.

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