World Citizen Wednesdays #23: Favorite Midnight Snacks
Each week we pose a question to members of the fabulous Multicultural Kid Blogs group and share their answers here.
This week we ask…
What is your favorite midnight snack?
Leanna of All Done Monkey: Currently it’s a scoop of peanut butter with honey, mmmm.
Jennifer of The Good Long Road: Hmmmm…I just now snuck some sharp cheddar cheese, which is probably pretty typical unless we happen to have ice cream in the house (which we rarely do for obvious reasons).
Alyson of World Travel Family: I don’t think I’ve ever, in my life had a midnight snack.
Lynn of Nomad Parents: Homemade chocolate chip cookies! I premake the dough and keep it ready in the freezer so that I can have them anytime I want.
Amanda of Miss Panda Chinese: Ah…this question makes me hungry. Midnight snack is very common for Chinese since people can always go out and find food stalls selling dumplings to Chinese waffles after 9pm. My favorite is a cup of Chinese instant noodle if I have them. Or I will have a cup of hot cocoa with a piece of banana bread.
Annabelle of piri-piri lexicon: A bowl of cereals with ice cold milk
Olga of The European Mama: I don’t snack at midnight… I prefer to sleeep! But, my favourite snack depends on my cravings.. sometimes it’s a bowl of pudding or some chocolate or an apple/pear or whatever I feel like snacking on at any given moment!
Crystal of Crystal’s Tiny Treasures: In my younger days it was pizza, but now I’ll settle for a cup of hot tea with milk and a piece of chocolate.
Carrie of Crafty Moms Share: My late night snack is usually chocolate but sometimes something a bit salty like chips depending on cravings.
Varya of Creative World of Varya: Chocolate
Meera of InCultureParent: It’s come down a lot lately, but if I do its usually cereal + milk or fruits with nuts and honey. Sometimes, there’s a craving for chocolate and I succumb.
Kristen of Toddling in the Fast Lane: cereal or ice cream!
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