Sometimes I see a recipe and immediately know it’s something I have to try. Only, most of the time when I get around to making it, I wind up deciding to change a few things here and there or swap out one item for another based on what I have on hand or what’s in season or which child is currently rejecting which food (not that I’ll build a meal around one kid, per se, but if I can make the dish more palatable for them and thus a more pleasant meal for all, great). So you can feel free to change the soy butter (which I used here to test a nut-free recipe but almond butter works or good old fashioned peanut butter) or add other crunchy things or use a different mix of chocolates (probably a bit of dark mixed in would be nice). This recipe uses feuilletine flakes that you can buy here or make here or decide you can’t be bothered and try using some granola you have on hand or other flaky crunchy item such as leftover cereal.
The kid response to this recipe: What if a Kit-Kat and a Reeses’s had a baby?
The adult response: Quiet, happy silence.