Saturday, January 3, 2009

3 Bears in a boat - A dessert by my son



When i saw Padmajha's 'Who's gonna cook for me' event, this came to my mind and i wanted to post it immediately. My first son Ashu, prepared this with little help from me and is sooooo excited that i'm posting it in my blog. Like any son, he doesn't like to see his mom spending a lot of time in the kitchen and said he will make something for me and prepared this. He's such a sweetheart :-)
He saw this in a kids magazine. The original recipe requires peanut butter and whole bananas to be slit. I cut the bananas into halves and gave him chocolate syrup instead of peanut butter as he doesn't like peanut butter.
Ingredients :
Banana - 1
Teddy grahams - 3 (or more if you want some bears to swim around in chocolate syrup :))
Chocolate syrup / Peanut butter - as required
Method :
Slit the bananas on the top and pour chocolate syrup or apply peanut butter on top of it. Place three bears on the slit. There's a healthy snack for your kid :)
I'm sending this to 'Who's gonna cook for me'

26 comments:

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

that is so sweet of ur son to make this for u.. :)

Shama Nagarajan said...

smart boy.....yummy

Sunshinemom said...

How sweet!! It is such pleasure to be indulged by the kids:) Give him a bear hug and tell him it looks great, and that I wish I could have had a little bit too:)

Vibaas said...

Thx y'all. i will pass on your comments to my boy. he'll be very happy :)

rekhas kitchen said...

so so sweet looks very great and yummy give him a big hug from my side very good boy

Ann said...

Thats such a sweet gesture from a kid...lovely and thats what make the dish special..

Vibaas said...

Thx rekha and ann. I will definitely pass on your hugs to him. :-)

Mrs.Kannan said...

Awwwwww...Such a sweetheart..The dish really looks great.Soooo sweet of him.

vidhas said...

Vidya, It will be great if somebody makes for you.

Ashu, Next time when you come to India you should make for mami OK. Yummu recipe.

Priya said...

SO sweet!!! sure u will be very happy to see such a cute dessert na!!!

Keerthana said...

how sweet of ashu:)u are a lucky mom, huh?tell him, next time he makes it, i too want to have it:)

Vibaas said...

Ashu says : Thank you all. I'm very happy.

Mami, i will definitely make it when i come to india

Keerthana aunty, i will make it for you too.

Arundhuti said...

Your kid is a sweetheart i must say. :-)

Viki Xavier. said...

so sweet dear.

Madhu said...

Thats very cute and sweet of him to do.Enjoy!

Vibaas said...

Thx Arundhuti, Viki and Madhu

FoodyGuru (Srimathi) said...

Hi, Happy New Year. Isn't it amazing when you kid prepares something special for you. He has done a wonderful job.

Vibaas said...

Thx Srimathi. It sure does feel wonderful :)

PJ said...

Ashu is such a darling!!!So very sweet of him to prepare this for you..I'm sure it would have tasted extra sweet..My hugs to lil ashu...

anudivya said...

Aww! Such a cute little boy, and a wonderful gesture. Looks prettier than anything I have seen today.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Awww....please pass my kisses to your kid! Thats so sweet!!

Vibaas said...

Thx PJ, Anu and RAKS. Your comments mean so much to him. He was all excited to see all the lovely comments.

Sharmi said...

that looks sooooo cute:)) btw all the array of recipes esp. the koothus caught my eyes!! awesome.

Vibaas said...

Thanks for your lovely comment Sharmi

Usha said...

So sweet of your son to make this for you....

anudivya said...

Vibaas, you can find whole wheat pastry flour right beside regular whole wheat flour in your grocery aisle.
I am not sure where you live, so if you are not able to find it substitute whole wheat flour + AP flour in place of that to yield a lighter texture and also sticking to the healthy aspect of the brownies.
If you don't mind that much about whole wheat criteria, then just use AP flour.
HOpe that helps.

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