Friday, July 13, 2012

Princess S'mores Take Two



We agree wholeheartedly with Gillian Rogerson's deliciously, chocolaty, intergalactic adventure, "You Can't Eat a Princess!"

However, we still say, a princess s'more...


...made with vanilla wafers, pieces of white chocolate candy bars, and strawberry marshmallows...


 ...roasted over a fancy, princess type, birthday candle, in front of a pink and purple pavilion, or makeshift princess tent (if you don't happen to have a pink and purple pavilion handy) ...


...well, that's another matter, entirely.


Of course, you'll want to take proper precautions with children around an open flame - adult supervision, and such.

And, in hindsight, I'd have to say this is probably a better 70° weather (or inside) story activity, rather than a mid-summer, into the 90s, sort of thing.  Our chocolate was melting faster than we could roast the marshmallows.  But then, wanna-be-princesses...


...are nothing if not adaptable, and always ready for a happy ending.


It's great to be homeschooler.

5 comments:

Ticia said...

MMMM, yum, yum, yum..... I'd never thought of white chocolate in s'mores.

Raising a Happy Child said...

Perfectly princessy activity with just the right amount of sweetness in it :)

Kelly at Little Wonders' Days said...

Neat variation on a classic! It looks like everyone enjoyed them.

Sylvia Phillips said...

Such a cute idea! But you guys are full of good ideas!

Christy said...

So cute! I just requested this book from the library.