Judah’s been home for the last few days due to a bad cough and being cooped up in the house really wears away at him. Today he started to really miss school and so we were going through all the fun things he gets to do there when he decided he wanted to make Apple Pizza’s, something his Speech Therapist taught the kids how to make. His little worn out face lit up so bright talking about everything we would need that I was really thankful for how hands on his therapist is. It’s amazing to see him actually “chatty”. So I decided to share with you her recipe, via my tot, in hopes that it will also make one of your children smile on a gloomy day.
What You Need:
- 1 Apple (peeled & diced)
- 1 Refrigerated Flaky Biscuits
Separate the flaky biscuits on a cookie sheet with at least a 1/2 in space between them. Pat them down to make them flat.
Once the dough is flattened, add a little sliver of butter in the middle, let your kids put the apples on and then sprinkle a bit of flour, sugar and cinnamon on top!
Place them in the oven and bake for 9 min or until golden.
That’s it! It’s a wonderful little fall treat for kids that they can make themselves (with help from Mom/Dad) in the kitchen. They were so good that he charged his big brother $4 for one of his apple pizzas! He had gotten a New Sprouts Ring It Up Cash Register to review today and so we made up the little store. Unfortunately, helping to make the apple pizzas does not mean you get a discount.
At least they are filled with a lot of love.
Thank you to Judah’s SLP for teaching my son a wonderful recipe and for all his teachers who help him learn the fun of role-play. Next time you should teach him to lower his prices!