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The Easiest Way To Relive Your Childhood

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Adulthood got you down? Between homework, extracurriculars, work and maybe a social life, the good ol’ days sound pretty great. Remember scheduled snack and nap time? Yeah, me neither. Well if you need just a small reprieve from the dog-eat-dog world, here are two snacks you forgot you loved. So schedule some snack time (maybe a little nap time after, go ahead, you deserve it) and dig in.

Cup of Dirt

Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes
Servings: 4

Photo by Haley Durham

Ingredients:

4-pack of chocolate pudding cups
8 OREO cookies
8 gummy worms (Tip: try sour gummy worms if you’re feeling like a rebellious tween)

Directions:

1. To save on precious time, discard the lid and use the cup the pudding comes in.
2. Smash 2 cookies into crumbles and sprinkle over top, making sure to cover the surface.
3. Place 2 gummy worms on top of the cookie crumble.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the remaining 3 cups.
5. Now dig into that dirt!

Photo by Haley Durham

Ants on a Log

Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes

Servings: 4

CAUTION: NUT ALLERGENS

Photo by Haley Durham

Ingredients:

4 large stalks of celery
1/2 cup of peanut butter
1/4 cup of raisins (Tip: you can replace these with craisins or half and half!)

Directions:

1. Cut each stalk into 4 pieces (if you’re using smaller stalks cut in half or thirds).
2. Spread peanut butter down the center of each piece (inside the log).
3. Stick 4 raisins in a line on each log.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the remaining 3 stalks.
5. Sit criss-cross applesauce on the floor and enjoy this timeless treat.

Photo by Haley Durham

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How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


How To Make Dunkaroos & Relive Your Childhood

Betty Crocker does a lot of things right (and some things very, very wrong), but one of the greatest products from the baking and snack food giant has to be its Dunkaroos. Crunchy, cinnamon graham cracker cookies designed to be perfectly dunkable into sweet, creamy icing? What's not to love?! That's why I decided to try making my own Dunkaroos recipe at home. Every 90s child remembers the sense of euphoria that came with opening their lunch box and finding the blue-and-white packaging, complete with Duncan, the coolest kangaroo this side of the equator, smiling back at them. Like Lunchables and Gushers, Dunkaroos defined your level of cool at the lunch table.

Unfortunately, the only place you can still buy Dunkaroos is Canada, where they are manufactured, or on Amazon. If you don't have plans to travel to the great north and you're as wary as I am about ordering snack food online, fear not — you can still get your dunk on. The simplest way to have a do-it-yourself Dunkaroo treat is with cinnamon or honey Teddy Grahams and some Funfetti frosting. The cookies are reminiscent of the hot air balloon-shaped ones in the Dunkaroo package, and the frosting offers the same smooth, sweet vanilla taste that complements them so well. (But when you're sitting on the couch with a box of cookies in one hand and a jar of frosting in the other, try and remember that the original Dunkaroo package came with roughly 10 cookies — ugh, portion control, right?)

If you don't have any Funfetti frosting on-hand and you can't immediately get to the store when that late-night craving strikes, you can make homemade icing with four common ingredients found in most kitchens for the same satisfying taste.

Ingredients

Directions

In a small mixing bowl, add sugar, milk, and vanilla. Stir until creamy, and all lumps have been worked out. (If it is too thick, add a touch more milk if it comes out too thin, add a touch more sugar.)

Add in sprinkles. Stir. Serve with Teddy Grahams. It's THAT easy, you guys.


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