WHAT THE HECK DO YOU EVEN CALL THIS?

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s “MyPlate” service handed out…advice on Sunday, and said strawberry s’mores are a treat that “kids will love.”

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But expectations for the kids might need to be set in advance, since these s’mores don’t have any chocolate or marshmallows in them.

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MOOCHFOOD

Instead, USDA encourages people to plop some low-fat vanilla yogurt on a graham cracker, and then top the yogurt with strawberries. Top it off with another graham cracker, and you have a s’more that looks a lot like a regular s’more, except when you bite into it, you won’t get any ooey-gooey chocolate all over your fingers.

“Kids will love that they can make it themselves, and parents will love that it’s an inexpensive and healthy treat!” USDA said on its recipe page.

Via: Washington Examiner


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