Seven Fun Ways to Use Graham Crackers

What is a graham cracker?

The graham cracker is a cracker that was made from graham flour-an unbleached wheat flour that also includes the coarsely ground wheat germ and bran. This enhances flavor and adds more nutritional value.

The graham cracker was created by Sylvester Graham, a Presbyterian minister from New Jersey. In 1829 he developed a 'graham' diet that was a bland diet in order to promote godliness and ward off sinful, carnal urges. His hope was that by consuming foods that were bland in taste, such as the graham cracker, it would curve the sexual urges of man.

Today graham crackers are hardly considered 'bland' and the flavors include: honey, cinnamon sugar, and chocolate. Here are some of my favorite ways to use graham crackers:

1. Frosting Sandwich Dessert

A simple way to use up left over frosting is to spread it on a graham cracker and add a second cracker for the 'top' of the sandwich. Break it in half and share it with a friend...or, three friends!

My favorite is creamy chocolate buttercream frosting, but I won't turn my nose up to other flavors. Join me for a sweet treat.

Chocolate Frosting Sandwich

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The perfect graham cracker treat.Spread leftover frosting onto a graham cracker."All gone!"
The perfect graham cracker treat.
The perfect graham cracker treat. | Source
Spread leftover frosting onto a graham cracker.
Spread leftover frosting onto a graham cracker. | Source
"All gone!"
"All gone!" | Source

Cereal

Honey Maid, Nabisco is my favorite
Honey Maid, Nabisco is my favorite | Source
Graham cracker cereal-a tasty treat for you; a great cereal for babies.
Graham cracker cereal-a tasty treat for you; a great cereal for babies. | Source

2. Graham Cracker Cereal

Graham crackers in a bowl of milk were a standard breakfast choice for my sister, Danette Watt. In the morning before school, or as a bedtime snack, she would fill her bowl, cracking them into smaller pieces and cover them with milk. The longer they stayed submerged, the soggier they got. The soggier they got, the better she liked them.

Graham cracker mush is a great cereal for babies. I used to feed my children this when they were learning to eat solid food. Since I never fed my kids store bought baby food this was an easy cereal for me to fix and them to enjoy.


The art of graham cracker dunking

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I like to break the crackers in half length way.Add some milk to the crackers for a wholesome treat.
I like to break the crackers in half length way.
I like to break the crackers in half length way. | Source
Add some milk to the crackers for a wholesome treat.
Add some milk to the crackers for a wholesome treat. | Source
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3. Graham crackers dunked in milk

Along the lines of cereal is my all-time favorite use for graham crackers: dipping them into a beverage. I prefer milk, since I am not a coffee drinker, but once in a great while, (if there is no milk in the house and I don’t feel like taking a trip to the store), I will dunk the crackers in a cup of tea.

I follow a particular ritual when I dunk my graham crackers. I take the whole cracker and crack them in half the long way. Then I double the crackers together and dip them for a couple of seconds and eat away, right down to the tips of my fingers. I’m not sure why or when I began to double the crackers, but for some reason the habit stuck.

One must be very mindful of how long you leave the cracker in the milk. Too long will result in it breaking off into the milk, so a handy spoon nearby is always a good choice. However, if you remove them too soon they do not soak up the milk and soften well.



Chocolate pie

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Pat the graham cracker mixture into the pie pan.Melt bittersweet chocolate over a double boiler with cream and butter.Chocolate pie.
Pat the graham cracker mixture into the pie pan.
Pat the graham cracker mixture into the pie pan. | Source
Melt bittersweet chocolate over a double boiler with cream and butter.
Melt bittersweet chocolate over a double boiler with cream and butter. | Source
Chocolate pie.
Chocolate pie. | Source

4. Pie Crusts

Roll the crackers out with a rolling pin until fine. Mix with butter and sugar, (optional-for me, the crackers already has a sweetness to it), and pat into a pie tin. No rolling pin? A filled 2 liter bottle will do, or a can-just look around your kitchen and improvise. No pie pan? The dollar stores have these available in a set as a disposable item. I wash mine and reuse them.

There are many tasty recipes to make with a graham cracker crust. My mother used to make a wonderful strawberry chiffon pie in the summertime. I can smell the strawberries now. Another favorite is a chocolate pie.

And speaking of treats, here are two of my favorites. One is a simple substitute for an ice cream sandwich I learned while going to a weight watchers group I belonged to while I lived in Alaska.



Frozen treats

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Putting the graham cracker sandwiches together in a matter of a few minutes.Whipped topping comes in all types including sugarless.Just 2 tablesoons of Lite frozen whipped topping equals 20 calories. Add a sprinkling of colored sugar for a festive holiday treat.Frozen whipped creamed sandwiches are less than 100 calories.
Putting the graham cracker sandwiches together in a matter of a few minutes.
Putting the graham cracker sandwiches together in a matter of a few minutes. | Source
Whipped topping comes in all types including sugarless.
Whipped topping comes in all types including sugarless. | Source
Just 2 tablesoons of Lite frozen whipped topping equals 20 calories.
Just 2 tablesoons of Lite frozen whipped topping equals 20 calories. | Source
Add a sprinkling of colored sugar for a festive holiday treat.
Add a sprinkling of colored sugar for a festive holiday treat. | Source
Frozen whipped creamed sandwiches are less than 100 calories.
Frozen whipped creamed sandwiches are less than 100 calories. | Source

5. Faux Ice Cream Sandwiches:

One large cracker broken in half by width, one to two tablespoons of Lite whipping cream, such as Cool Whip. Place a tablespoon or two onto one side of the cracker, place the other cracker on top and press down until it comes to the edge of the cracker. Freeze until solid. Remove from freezer and enjoy while other family members have their ice cream. Calories: Less than 100 depending on how much topping you put on. One cracker = 65 calories; 2 T lt. whipping cream= 20 calories; total = 85 calories.

You can decorate them with a little sprinkling of colored sugar for holiday flare, but don’t forget that it will add to your calorie count.



S'Mores

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The finished product.Separate the graham crackers in half.Place the ingredients on the crackers: marshmallows and chocolate hershey barPlace under the broiler or in a microwave.
The finished product.
The finished product. | Source
Separate the graham crackers in half.
Separate the graham crackers in half. | Source
Place the ingredients on the crackers: marshmallows and chocolate hershey bar
Place the ingredients on the crackers: marshmallows and chocolate hershey bar | Source
Place under the broiler or in a microwave.
Place under the broiler or in a microwave. | Source

6. S'Mores:

Oh, need I say anything more about this delicious treat that is quite the opposite in calorie count as the whipped cream sandwich. In a word: loaded! But, it is a wonderful, sweet treat that conjures up memories of summertime, campfires, and marshmallow roasts.

You can enjoy S’Mores year round by merely putting them in your oven or microwave. All you need are the basic ingredients: marshmallows, chocolate bars, (I prefer Hershey), and graham crackers, (I prefer Nabisco Honey Maid). Put the chocolate on one cracker, the marshmallow on the other and heat in microwave or under the broiler until melted. Then, place the two sides together and devour. They are so good.



Graham Cracker Christmas House

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Tah Dah!  Alex's work of art.  The finished product increases a child's pride and self esteem.Making a graham cracker Christmas House takes great concentrationThis activity helps to teach young children decision makingImagination and creativity are enhanced when children have hands on activitiesGrace's Christmas House
Tah Dah!  Alex's work of art.  The finished product increases a child's pride and self esteem.
Tah Dah! Alex's work of art. The finished product increases a child's pride and self esteem. | Source
Making a graham cracker Christmas House takes great concentration
Making a graham cracker Christmas House takes great concentration | Source
This activity helps to teach young children decision making
This activity helps to teach young children decision making | Source
Imagination and creativity are enhanced when children have hands on activities
Imagination and creativity are enhanced when children have hands on activities | Source
Grace's Christmas House
Grace's Christmas House | Source

7. Graham Cracker Christmas House

Although the gingerbread house is the traditional theme for the Christmas holiday, a graham cracker house can be an easy substitute. The flat crackers adhere to the cardboard pieces easily for very young children to be successful, or iced together without the cardboard for older kids and adults.

My youngest grandchildren, Grace, four years old, and Alex, three, and their two friends enjoyed this activity with adult supervision at a community craft activity. They had as much fun creating their individual houses, selecting candy and barnyard animals and icing the houses as they did licking their fingers and tasting the treats.

It is an easy, but messy, activity to do, so prepare your table and work area by covering it with newspaper or artists paper. In a pinch, tape down parcel post or wax paper. Then, purchase a variety of candies from the dollar store that you will want to decorate with. Be sure to add icing and a box of graham crackers to your list, or make the icing with milk and confectioners’ sugar.

If it all sounds a bit daunting to you, yet you are determined to have a go at the house building process, forego the individual purchases and buy a kit. I have seen these kits in both drugstores and grocery stores.

I hope you enjoyed the variety of ways you can make use of the versatile graham cracker.



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kids-toy-box 4 years ago

Great ideas! There I was thinking graham crackers were the most boring cookies on earth! what a lot of fun..the kids must love the Graham Cracker Christmas House. I love making sandwiches with peanut butter and jam- never thought about ice cream as a filler!


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Danette Watt 4 years ago from Illinois

I haven't had graham crackers in ages and can't imagine the sogginess of a bowl of them. However, I did like dunking them, too, and sometimes wish I had some to dunk. Do you remember when we were kids repeatedly whispering into Eric's ear "Graham Crackers" while he napped to see if he woke up with a craving for them or dreamed of them? It didn't work though.


Arlene V. Poma 4 years ago

I love graham crackers! I was first introduced to them in Kindergarten, but our teacher didn't allow us to dunk them. She wanted to rush us into nap time, instead. Thanks for the memories. I will probably get hooked on them, just as I got hooked on Fig Newtons after reading a creation by another Hubber last month. Voted up!


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Thanks kids-toy-box for reading and commenting. I forgot about the peanut butter on a graham cracker treat. I could have included it here as well. :)

Hi Danette, LOL you had me laughing so hard J asked what I was laughing about and I told him what you had written. He's going to visit Eric in a couple weeks and told me he'll say, "Graham crackers, graham crackers" to him, LOL Hey-go out and buy a doggone box of Honey maid or Santa will send one to you!

Hi Arlene-nice to see you here. What's not to like about graham crackers, right? especially when we have such great first memories that brought them into our lives. Thanks for the visit.


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ktrapp 4 years ago from Illinois

We used to spread peanut butter on graham crackers. I also love chocolate-covered graham crackers. And now that I think about it, peanut-butter on graham crackers dipped in chocolate would be the best!


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Dexter Yarbrough 4 years ago from United States

Hi Denise! Not only are graham crackers great as a snack they are just fun - as your hub illustrates. The frozen whipped cream sandwich is tempting and inviting!

Voted up, up and away!


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DonnaCosmato 4 years ago from USA

Good hub and it reminded me about these versatile, yummy crackers that kids always love. Voted up and useful.


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always exploring 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

This took me down memory lane. My Mother loved to eat graham crackers and milk. I haven't eaten one in ages, althought i like them very much. Calorie wise, much less than cookies. Thank you Denise, think i'll buy some the next time i go shopping..


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randomcreative 4 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

I have not bought graham crackers in forever, but they are so good! Thanks for these awesome suggestions.


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

KTrapp-I think you have a winner there...wish I had thought to include that one in this hub. :)

Hi Dexter-thanks for reading and commenting. Try the whipped frozen treat. It is such a wonderful switch from ice cream and less calories. Thanks for the vote.

Hi Donna-brings back lots of childhood memories for me...

Ruby-glad you could join me on Memory Lane, LOL I encourage you to buy a box next time you shop! It's a great comfort food-simple and satisfying.

Hi Randomcreative--maybe you'll join Ruby and I for a fresh box of graham crackers, LOL Thanks for reading and commenting.


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cardelean 4 years ago from Michigan

Actually this summer I was talking with someone about all of the different kinds of smores one could make and the idea of adding peanut butter on one side of the graham cracker then adding the "normal" stuff came up. Great suggestions for graham crackers. I'll have to get some for the kids to dunk.


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ThoughtSandwiches 4 years ago from Reno, Nevada

Denise...

I came into this hub with a completely different list (I won't elaborate) ...dunking and s'mores are, by far, my favorite application for these treats.

I will also eat them, rodent like, in the corner of the room right out of the wax paper baggie thing. Voting all the Ups before seeing if my roommates have Grahame crackers for stealing purposes. Oh...don't tell them...

Have a wonderful holiday if I am unable to say it later in the month!

Thomas


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Cara-I would think that a box of graham crackers stays in the house as part of a normal staples like flour, sugar, etc. Yes, let them dunk, or wait for me to come visit and we'll have a dunking frenzy and o.d. on graham crackers! LOL

Thomas-thanks for the visual of you eating those crackers, LOL OMG I have a story about stolen graham crackers: I was living with my b.f. and his friend travelled across the country to stay with us b/c he got kicked to the curb. He was a leach and ended up going through all the cupboards including where I had stashed my box of 'survival mode' g.c. (pitiful aren't I?) I get home from work and was starving-expecting dinner ready-hahaha that was a joke. There is nothing left over from whatever they ate, so I resort to my box of graham crackers. GONE! I flip out. His friend says, "oh, I noticed they were sitting around and no one was eating them so I finished them off for you."

I blew up-wrong answer. Needless to say, the welcome mat was pulled in, the guest had to hit the road again, and eventually, the b.f. was gone as well.

Never come between a girl and her graham crackers! LOL Thanks for reading and sharing some of your experiences. Happy Holidays to you as well.


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Debby Bruck 4 years ago

Denise ~ up, up, up. I just had to pop over here when I saw the title on the front page. What was Denise cooking up in her kitchen today? Dunking honey-grahams is like a game we play with the milk. How long to dunk before it falls off. How to break to cracker, soaking in milk for snack or breakfast. A treat! So, you mean I'm not the ONLY one doing this? In my older years I purchase the all natural variety. They may not have the same taste and texture, but still great! Hugs, Debby P.S. and don't forget to put the cream cheese and raisins on top, or if you are a peanut butter lover.


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Debby-the graham cracker game, LOL that is EXACTLY it! Nice to know there are people like us-maybe we should form a club. Thanks for reading and Happy Holidays to you. :)


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VioletSun 4 years ago from Oregon/ Name: Marie

I love, love Graham Crackers, they are so tasty especially with a warm cup of milk or hot tea. I didn't think of getting creative with the crackers, thanks for the ideas! Your grandson is a cutie! :)


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Hi Marie-thanks for reading and commenting. I hope you are doing splendid. Happy Holidays to you! Be sure to leave a plate of graham cracker goodies for Santa, LOL


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cardelean 4 years ago from Michigan

We'll wait until you get here mom to dunk the graham crackers! I'll let that be something that you teach them, lol!


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

LOL Okay Cara. I'm working right now...it's quiet and I'm actually sitting catching up on reading. Oh my! what a difference a day makes! Hugs.


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Stephanie Henkel 4 years ago from USA

Mmmm...I love all the things you can do with a graham cracker pie crust, but my favorite is just chocolate pudding and whipped cream! Or make some strawberry jello, and whip it up with Cool Whip for a great chiffon pie. I like the idea of the graham cracker ice cream sandwiches, too...guess it's time to buy a box! :)


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Hi Stephanie--thanks for your yummy comments. Guess what? When I looked on the map it appears that you live just about 30 min drive from where I am staying/ working-in Greenville. Isn't that amazing?

Let's plan a get together for lunch on my day before I start my work stretch. Happy Holidays


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Stephanie Henkel 4 years ago from USA

Denise, that would be great! Email me, and we'll arrange something! :)


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moonlake 4 years ago from America

Love graham crackers. I have been eating them lately with milk. They are good for breakfast.

Enjoyed your hub.


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Will do, Stephanie. I'm actually heading into Michigan for Christmas. Will you be travelling anytime soon? Let me know what your travel schedule is so we can coordinate. :)

Hi Moonlake. Thanks for reading and commenting. I enjoy them on a regular basis. Brings back good memories.


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midnightbliss 4 years ago from Hermosa Beach

graham crackers also works well with ice box cake and you could add any fresh or preserved fruits you like.


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Jason Lim 4 years ago from Singapore

One other thing you can do is crumble them up but not so much so you still retain some texture, and then add them to your breakfast yoghurt. Awesome :)


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

midnightbliss-it's so much fun to read how graham crackers are used by other people. I've forgotten about that recipe. It's the layered one with the fruit layer and then cool whip on top, right? or am I thinking of some other graham cracker recipe? Thanks for commenting.

Hi Jason-Yes! I'd forgotten about that little bit of snack treat. That is so good. Thanks for your feedback.


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Sinea Pies 4 years ago from Northeastern United States

I love graham crackers spread with a little bit of butter. Yum!


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K9keystrokes 4 years ago from Northern, California

Graham Crackers are one of my all time favorite snacks. I recall sitting with my grandfather dipping them into ice cold milk--wonderful memory. I love these creative ideas of yours, faux ice cream sandwiches being my fave! What a tasty hub!

Happy Holidays and HubHugs~

K9


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Sinea Pies-I LOVE butter on graham crackers and completely forgot about that treat. I rarely do that now, but it gives it a whole different dimension.

Hi K9-so nice to see you here. Thanks for sharing your experience. What a great memory! Happy Holidays to you as well. Hugs back :)


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Millionaire Tips 4 years ago from USA

My first experience with graham crackers was to make cheesecake- and I hadn't really thought that they could be used in any other kind of pie. They are a comfort food for me, best with a warm cup of tea with milk and sugar, dunked of course. My daughter enjoys making the s'mores. These are all great ideas - I hadn't thought of the ice cream sandwich. Voted up.


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Hi Millionaire Tips-Cheesecake is a great way to use graham crackers. Your comment about tea with milk and sugar brought back memories of my grandmother, that's how she used to make hers and the way I was introduced to tea. I agree...g.c. are one of my comfort foods as well. Thanks for commenting.


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CASE1WORKER 4 years ago from UNITED KINGDOM

Never heard of them but they seem very versatile!


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

I know, case1worker, that you are the very first person I have met who has never heard of graham crackers. I bet you see them on the store shelves, but have never taken a close look.

Do your tummy a favor and go to the cereal section (or perhaps cracker section) of your store and pick up a box to try. I'm sure you will enjoy them.

Thanks for reading and commenting.


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RTalloni 4 years ago from the short journey

Viva the graham cracker! :) I am amazed at CASEWORKER's comment and must go see where she is from!

Voted up and book marked.


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

RTalloni-aren't you a curious cat, LOL And were you satisfied? I understand...I had a similar reaction. Thanks for swinging by.


stessily 4 years ago

Denise, I'm a fan of graham crackers, so I loved every second of this journey into the land of graham crackers! Faux ice cream sandwiches are bewitching, and I've long appreciated graham cracker crusts for pies.

I also appreciate your tips for reusing resources, such as pie tins. They last forever, and then, when they're weary, I drop them in the recycling bins.

Those photos of your grandchildren's graham cracker creations are priceless. The smiles on their faces say so much for the value of creativity!

Thank you for sharing!


Derdriu 4 years ago

Denise, What a charming, endearing, nostalgic look at the fun of having graham crackers to bake, dunk or eat fresh! In particular, I like the workability of graham crackers in building a graham cracker house for Christmas. It makes a crusty crust and a tempting ice cream sandwich wannabe.

Thank you for sharing,

Derdriu


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Stessily and Derdriu- Thank you for the visit down Memory Lane' here. I had so much fun creating this hub. And, of course I'm always a sucker for pulling out the grandkids photos! Glad you enjoyed.


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Marcy Goodfleisch 4 years ago from Planet Earth

Good collection of ideas - I always look forward to the Christmas gingerbread houses. Maybe we should start an Easter house tradition. Voted up and useful.


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suziecat7 4 years ago from Asheville, NC

Love all these ideas for graham crackers. I don't buy them enough. Thanks for the great Hub! Rated up!


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Hi Marcy-How about the House that the Easter Bunny lives in? I suppose we could make the gingerbread houses any time of the year...but, I think the stores carry those kits primarily at Christmas. Thanks for reading and the votes.

Hi suzie-thanks for your comments. Buy a box and enjoy!


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Happyboomernurse 4 years ago from South Carolina

Funny I should see this article today. I haven't eaten Graham Crackers in years and just yesterday hubby brought some home and I enjoyed eating them with a cup of hot tea - didn't dunk, but I have my own system which is take a bite then wash it down with the tea and keep repeating that sequence till finished.

Love the Faux Ice Cream Sandwiche recipe.

Voted up across the board.


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Hi Gail-LOL That is an interesting 'coincidence'. I've had a few of those moments happening to me lately. Glad you enjoyed the crackers-they're always a treat for me.

Thanks for the comment and votes


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rebeccamealey 4 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

Nice ideas! I especially like the faux ice cream sandwiches! Only 100 calories. I will definitely be eating these next summer!


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Hi Rebecca-I think the faux ice cream sandwich is the #1 favorite here. Thanks for reading. :)


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Thelma Alberts 4 years ago from Germany

I love Graham Crackers! Well, since yesterday. I bought weeks ago Graham crackers but did not know what to do besides dunken it in tea. Yesterday, I was craving for something sweet and inspected my kitchen cupboard and found these crackers, a can of strawberries, condense milk and from the refrigerator double cream and fresh mangoes. What did I do? I have made strawberry mango cream desert. Yummy! Although it was only an experiment. Thanks for sharing this hub. Have a great week!


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Denise Handlon 4 years ago from North Carolina Author

Thelma-what an ingenious recipe! That's the power of graham crackers-they inspire people to do wonderfully creative things with them. Thanks for sharing your experience here. :) You have a wonderful week as well.


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skye2day 3 years ago from Rocky Mountains

Love it girl. Where you been all of my days? I am honored to sign up as a new fan! Your writings are divine. Thank you for sharing all of your talents. Many Blessings Denise. In Christ, Skye


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Denise Handlon 3 years ago from North Carolina Author

Hi skye-thanks! I appreciate you reading this hub and leaving such an enthusiastic comment. It was a fun hub to write about. Thanks for the following. :) Many blessings to you, as well.


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ishwaryaa22 3 years ago from Chennai, India

An engaging hub with a list of cool ideas! I am weight-conscious and often ate crackers. I would like to try some of your easy recipes. Your granchildren's creations are lovely. Well-done!

Thanks for SHARING. Useful & Awesome. Voted up, pinned & shared


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StephanieBCrosby 3 years ago from New Jersey

I haven't had a graham cracker in a long time. The last way I had it was as a pie crust as you list here. Prior to that, the only real way I used graham crackers was for s'mores. Now I want one :)


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Denise Handlon 3 years ago from North Carolina Author

Ishwaryaa22-I'm glad this hub gave you some interesting ways to nibble on the versatile graham cracker. One of my favorites is the ice cream sandwich, without the chocolate coating. There is a chocolate graham cracker which could be used for the sandwich part here. Thanks for the votes and shares. :)

Hi Stephanie-I love to keep graham crackers in my pantry. It's a quick treat for visiting toddlers and it is a nice evening snack if needed. Thanks for reading and commenting. :)


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thefedorows 2 years ago from the Midwest

Great hub! I had never thought of using them as cereal..interesting idea. My favorite is either with milk or in a s'more with peanut butter!


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Denise Handlon 2 years ago from North Carolina Author

Hello thefedoros. I apologize for this long delay in responding...I've been so busy with work I've ignored HP. Thanks for your feedback. Of course, s'mores is always a classic favorite, but the crackers actually do make a wonderful bowl of mushy cereal, lol

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