Extemporaneous Desserts

Monday is Bible study night with Kaala and Andrea. We always eat first.

Last night, grandson Ikaika, who is in kindergarten, made dessert. He scooped out pudding cups into a bigger bowl, then added bananas and chocolate chips. It was delicious!

Great grandmother Gabi is part of the Bible study too. She had also made an improvised dessert – she got ready-made sugar cookie dough, and pressed two cookies like a sandwich over the top of snickers bar pieces. They were really good!

Maybe more people should just make up desserts. These two were certainly successful!

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3 Responses to Extemporaneous Desserts

  1. Lauren says:

    I love the way they think! Those both look really yummy – and brilliant!

    Hmmmmm…..cake and….. pie? I’m not very good at this.

  2. Deborah says:

    We’re writing letters in literacy in 3rd grade. One is my students is writing his cousin who is Ikaika. 🙂

  3. Debbie Fettig says:

    What globs of yumminess! I think you can mix most anything in the sweet realm and it all goes together! That cookie dough makes me want to put with ice cream….and other stuff… and make an ice cream cake!! You should have a party and everybody bring a made up dessert! The “creation course”! And wear your ugly Christmas sweaters!! Or your craziest Hawaiian shirt! Oh if I lived there too!!!!

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