With a super picky kid like my son, it’s not easy to get him to eat his after school snacks. He especially dislikes when I serve him fresh fruit. A tried and true option for me is to use a spread that can make fruit a bit more “attractive” for him. I was really excited to hear about the new Reese’s spreads. They are a perfect combination of chocolate and peanut butter flavors in spreadable form to help make #AnySnackPerfect!
To be an after school snack hero with my son, I need to get creative. We headed over to Walmart to shop for some of the new Reese’s Spreads. I picked up some bananas and strawberries, but he was not aware of my plan to create a delicious snack for him. Hmmm, what will happen next?
Introducing, my new After School Snack Hero Recipe
Of course, this snack is really terrific for any time of day. It’s yummy and filling for my growing middle school boy. He’s not asking for another snack within 20 minutes like he sometimes does when he eats chips or pretzels. Based on the iconic Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, new Reese’s Spreads help make my snack recipes even more delicious by adding the one-of-a-kind combination of chocolate and peanut butter flavors. Yum!
Take a look as the dramatic after school snack story unfolds:
Were you at the edge of your seat? I bet your mouth is totally watering now. I highly recommend you go find the new Reese’s Spread at your local Walmart today to help satisfy the cravings you are surely having now. As for me, I’m planning my next snack hero moment.
Want more recipes and information about the new Reese’s Spreads? Follow the #AnySnackPerfect and #CollectiveBias hashtags around the internet.
The folks from Reese’s are also giving away some pretty cool stuff. Good luck!