Unwrap A Smile

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Sandy Griffith

By
@MomNana

I started making this dessert and taking it as an extra dessert mostly for children.

The # one reason is because many times at functions there are all kinds of desserts....but if you notice not many children like cakes and pies. They like to grab brownies, cookies, etc. So I got to thinking they may like to grab a SMILE!

This recipe is the simplest one you can imagine and all you have to do is unwrap it....now how easy is that? And if you watch closely adults grab SMILES too!


*Google pic*

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

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Prep:
5 Min

Ingredients

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little debbie treats (any variety)

How to Make Unwrap A Smile

Step-by-Step

  • 1Step 1. Go to the grocery store and find the Little Debbie aisle. Choose any kind as there is such a variety. Get all you need.

    Step 2. Pick out the prettiest platter you have.

    Step 3. Unwrap the Little Debbie cakes and place on your platter.

    Step 4. Cover them to transport to your function.

    Step 5. Uncover them

    Step 6. Step back and watch children and adults grab one and smile!

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About Unwrap A Smile

Course/Dish: Other Desserts
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids


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