The perfect post-sleepover breakfast treat, we never argued about the best way to frost ‘em. Never. If you could never have enough icing, go all out and add ice cream and caramel sauce for a breakfast-for-dessert (or is it the other way around?) combo that will delight your inner child.
Every 80s kid knew that if you brought dirt cake cups to class for your birthday, you’d be the coolest kid in school. Make a (slightly) grown-up version for your next birthday and recreate the magic. (Gummy worms optional, but most definitely encouraged.)
It was your mom’s go-to dish for book club and family reunions. It was your cue to start singing about a magical fruit. Make it new with a mini version, but no singing, please. That’s so not cool.
Speaking of cool, it’s a total bummer that the chill treat of your youth is no longer in the freezer aisle. The good news is you can whip up a tasty DIY version with bananas and better-for-you yogurt. Because, sigh, you’re an adult now.
Age notwithstanding, we still get excited when Halloween nears and our favorite cereal mascots — like Frankenberry and Count Chocula — make an appearance at the grocery store.
Candy-Coated Peanut Butter Candies (aka Reese’s Pieces)
Okay, so these guys were around long before our favorite Extra-Terrestrial made them popular in the ‘80s. They totally still count.
If childhood you was going to sneak one treat into the grocery cart, it was probably Fruit by the Foot or Gushers. You can admit it… now. Embrace the always fun-to-eat treats with a crafty snack that tastes as good as it looks.