Thursday, June 16, 2011

Math and Chocolate!

It's summer time and most are out of school, yet some of us are still schooling through the summer.

Whether you are in or out, just because I care for you ;) and don't want your brains to turn to mush, I decided to put your brain to work and give you a word problem.

Get a pencil, paper, eraser and glass of milk ready.


Problem:

What does 3 cups of melted butter


6 cups creamy peanut butter


6 cups graham crackers

4 pounds of powdered sugar



and chocolate almond bark
( picture taken from google images)


plus 6 extra large Ziploc bags equal?


Answer:

Over 200 chocolate peanut butter balls packaged and ready to serve at an anniversary party.


Bonus Question for extra points:

What does a glass of milk plus taste testers equal?



4 happy children!!!



What are you doing this summer to keep your mind fresh and your tastebuds happy?

P.S.Amy S- I know your mouth is watering...don't worry...I saved some just for you! They will be hand delivered soon!

6 comments:

The Munck Family said...

YUM!!!! That looks like a wonderful summer treat!!!

Kristy said...

Looks delicious!! I've used Almond Bark a couple of times since discovering it at our Ladies Church Christmas Party. The way I ate it, and the way I made it was melted with pretzels rolled in it and then cooled on wax paper... So good!

The Adventures of a Simple Life said...

Laura,
Yes, it is a nice summer treat. I kept a few in the freezer and pull a couple out as a treat for the kids when they are hot from outside!

Kristy,
Yes, it is good on pretzels. I guess...I am not a choc. eater but I have a good response when I bring them to church!!!

Camille said...

Oh YUMMMYYY!!!!! Can I be a taste-tester...please?? :)

The Kautts said...

Wait? You know the Muncks? We know them via their blog, but have skyped them. They are a sweet family. :) We also know the Coveys. :0

~Johanna

www.texasskies.blogspot.com

The Kautts said...

Thanks for commenting over at our blog. :)

I found your blog through the Coveys' blog. :)

Have a blessed weekend,
Johanna