Create a traffic-stopping treat with this recipe for Nesquik Skyscrapers.
Constructed with graham cracker "floors," fresh fruit "walls," and yummy Nesquik-flavored cream cheese layers, these delicious towers are as much fun to make as they are to eat.
Kids will love building their own afternoon snack and demolishing it one bite at a time!
Entertained and Fed, Awesome!!
by T. Terri
, West Point, IL on Jul. 2008
I had some ripe mulberries that we used. The kids really loved being involved in the preparation of the meal and asked to do this again. I also had regular cream cheese on hand and it worked great! Thanks so much!
the best snack ever
by J. Jimmy
, usa on Jun. 2008
it wsas nothing i have ever tasted in my life
by S. Sue
, WOODLAND, NC on Mar. 2006
This was a great project for the kids on a rainy day when they were board. They asked to do this recipe again.
Kids love 'em
by C. C
, Harrisonburg, VA on Apr. 2005
The kids had a blast creating their own skyscraper. It became a contest to see who could make the tallest.
by A. Amy
, SAGINAW, MI on Feb. 2005
I tried this and it was very good and healthy. My kids just loved them. They enjoyed making them themselves.
fun and fruity
by C. Carine
, LAGUNA HILLS, CA on Feb. 2005
a great re-do on smores. Perfect if you've got someone who can't eat chocolate and so fun for a Valentine's treat
by K. KRISTEN
, ROHNERT PARK, CA on Jan. 2005
I fixed this for the kids and they loved it as an afternoon snack.
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