My daughter is now at an age where she wants to do it all herself. Although things may take longer now that I have to wait for her, it’s just amazing watching my baby figure things out on her own. Well, now my 3-year-old has helped me a lot in the kitchen. She sets the table and assists in the food making process pretty frequently. Food brings family together, that’s something we strongly believe. So when we’re at the table, we forget about what’s going on outside our home. We don’t touch our phones, check our emails, or see what’s on TV. We live in the moment and savor the memories. My baby boy recently began to eat table food, he’s still getting used to the texture and new flavors. When new food touches his little tongue, he makes some adorable and funny faces. Which ends up making my daughter giggle. Her high-pitched giggle with her big brown eyes and his cute squinting face are moments that will forever stay in my mind. Moments like these, we’ll never get back. The love shared for our children is pure magic, unlike any other. I didn’t know a love like this existed until I became a mother.
With Dia del Niño coming up, consider making a snack with them. This S’mores and Honey Nut Cheerios recipe is an easy recipe your little one can help you make. It’s fun to make and incredibly delicious!
- 1 cup of crushed Honey Nut Cheerios
- 1/4 cup of Honey Nut Cheerios
- 1/4 cup of candy-coated chocolate candies (to add a pop of color to the snack)
- 1 cup of milk chocolate chips
- 10 large marshmallows
- Place each marshmallow on a wooden skewer and set aside on a plate.
Place milk chocolate chips in a bowl and melt in the microwave.
Dip marshmallow in melted chocolate and roll in crushed Honey Nut Cheerios.
- Stick on candy-coated chocolate candy and Honey Nut Cheerios.
- Place on a plate and refrigerate for 15 minutes or until the chocolate hardens.
Celebrate Dia del Niño by making this special treat that your child is sure to love.
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