Today I traveled across the country.
Isn’t modern science amazing?
I woke up in New Jersey and I am currently sitting on a rather comfortable couch in the home of my friend Kristan. Who lives in Arkansas.
So yeah, across the country in a few mere hours.
Kristan lives in a super small town that grown up airplanes refuse to fly to…so I basically had to ride in a toy plane to get here. I literally had to duck when I got on the airplane. I am 5’2″.
Small planes are much more scary than big planes. One strong gust of wind and your complimentary airline beverage is all over your lap.
Speaking of that, why do people drink random drinks that they would never normally drink in their real lives on airplanes? Like tomato juice…3 people around me on the toy plane ordered tomato juice, straight up…no vodka or anything.
I mean, we are on an itty-bitty plane that could be knocked out of the sky at any second and people choose tomato juice as their potential last beverage. Or Cranberry juice. Or Ginger Ale.
Why are some beverages airplane exclusive?
So yeah, I traveled today.
But before I left I made treats.
With hot fudge sauce.
And cream cheese.
And chocolate chips.
And peanut butter.
You love me right?
Hot Fudge Cream Cheese Bars for the win.
It all starts with a cake mix. Add some crushed graham crackers and peanut butter.
Then mix in a little egg and cream. That’s your crust.
Come to mama.
Spread that on top of your crust. Then sprinkle some milk chocolate chips, toffee bits and your reserved crumb mix on top.
There you go. Serve cold or at room temperature.
These bars are even better the next day, so if you have will power save a few.