Kid Friendly Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip

The ho-hums have been bringing my snack offerings for the childcare kids to little variety.  I looked in the cabinet and there was the plain Jane snack ever graham crackers.  UGH.

I didn’t feel like I could “do graham crackers” again.  If I was sick of them the kids were bound to be sick of them too.  So I went to the other cabinet…I opened it and saw chocolate pudding.  Hmm.  That might be okay but shucks….I only had one box.  That’s when the idea jumped in my head to somehow make the pudding into a chocolate dip and offer the graham crackers with it.

Then in the same cabinet that the pudding was, I saw the peanut butter.  Hmm.

I ended up taking 2 cups of milk and mixed it with the pudding…I used the immersion blender but a whisk would likely work.  Then I added a 1/2 cup of peanut butter.  I blended it together and then let it set.

It looked like this….

I gave all of the kids a little bit in a cup and gave them graham crackers…
Here’s Carver giving it a try.

The verdict was delicious.
It was a great success…everyone loved it, including Kramer and me and Kalissa.

After Carver got done eating he said.  “Joey (yes he calls me Joey) me mustache.”  
Bahahahahaha…no kiddo, that’s just a dirty face.  He wanted his picture taken with “his mustache”.  Silly kid.

Anyway…if you have kiddos in the house, you’ll likely be rewarded with smiles if you serve Chocolate Peanut Butter dip.

8 thoughts on “Kid Friendly Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip”

  1. Susan the Farm Quilter

    Funny how the first grandchild can pick a great name for his grandparents! My first granddaughter always heard her other grandmother called Pat, so she called her Pa-ka – I always loved that. I wouldn’t pick a name, so my daughter would call me “no name” and I became Nonie! Love that mustache smile!

  2. Vickie J Lewis

    I was a cook for Early childhood/head start. For one breakfast I would mix vanilla yogurt with peanut butter and serve with multi shaped crackers. Kids loved it. I loved it!

  3. Judith Fairchild

    I love how you talk about your childcare children. And the peanut butter chocolate dip is going on my shopping list for the Grands. It would make a great graham cracker crust pie too.

  4. When I was in elementary school and we had assigned treat days, I had a classmate whose mom made graham cracker sandwiches with frosting in between two crackers. They were an absolute favorite. I know some moms probably turned it into a baking competition, but we always loved it when Chris’s mom made those.

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