Fro-Yo Cookie Sundae

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Every school day, at around 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the same thing happens at my house. The front door flies open and in walks a starving child...my child! To look at her at that moment, you'd think she hasn't seen food in days! Bags get dropped, jacket is on the floor and she's hitting the kitchen to grab the first thing she sees.

These cookies are a super fun addition to frozen yogurt! I like to make a nice, tall layered "sundae," grab two spoons and share one with my daughter. The perfect, delicious indulgence we can feel good about!

What You'll Need

Quaker Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies: four per sundae!
Your favorite frozen yogurt
Caramel and/or chocolate topping
Mini chocolate chips for garnish

Directions

Starting with one cookie on the bottom, layer a scoop of frozen yogurt, and then another cookie, another scoop of frozen yogurt...and one more cookie. Top the sundae with a scoop of frozen yogurt and use the fourth cookie as a topper!

Drizzle it with a nice cascade of caramel sauce...

And maybe a little bit more caramel...

Dive in, maybe head first...

Or, use a spoon! Enjoy! :)

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Every school day, at around 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the same thing happens at my house. The front door flies open and in walks a starving child...my child! To look at her at that moment, you'd think she hasn't seen food in days! Bags get dropped, jacket is on the floor and she's hitting the kitchen to grab the first thing she sees.

With dinner not far away, it's important that snacks stay on the wholesome side. These Quaker Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies save the day! Not only are they tasty and nourishing, but they're made with 10 grams of whole grain Quaker oats and real chocolate chips! These light and crispy cookies have the power of Quaker inside each one, and I can feel good about always keeping them within reach!

Not to mention they're a super fun addition to Frozen Yogurt! I like to make a nice, tall layered "sundae," grab two spoons and share one with my daughter. The perfect, delicious indulgence we can feel good about!

Check out the slideshow above to see how to make this delicious dessert!

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