My daughter, who is 2 1/2 years of age, has started to copy some of my antics. She often finds me in the kitchen, and will ask to be placed on the counter so she can watch or "help" me cook. Last night I was in the kitchen finishing up while she sat at the table to begin her meal. She took some cinamon graham crackers and grinded them to powder with her empty cup. She then put the powder into her berry applesauce. By the time I got to the table, she was stirring them together. I asked her what she tought she was doing. "Cooking," she tells me, as if I were blind. She then put a bit on her spoon for me to taste. I was reluctant, but gave it a try. It was too sweet, but surprisingly good. My wife called it parfait. My daughter called it something unintelligible. I'll call it Julia's Cracker-sauce.
1 cinamon graham cracker, pulverized (preferably with a sippy-cup)
1/4 cup of berry applesauce.
Combine and enjoy ;-)