Not too long ago I posted about food memories. Well here is another memory from my childhood. My Dad would serve a hot breakfast of "Daddy's Special." June isn't allowed sugar yet, but some day I will definitely bust this sugary treat out for her. Here is how you make it:
Melt maybe three tablespoons of butter in a frying pan. Toss in some brown sugar, perhaps 1/4 cup. Once the sugar dissolves in the butter, you add the substance. Here you get your choice of either (1) old-fashioned rolled oats or (2) those big blocks of shredded wheat, crumbled up. I can't tell you how much to add, but I'd guess a cup and a half of oats and two or three of those blocks of shredded wheat. Enough so that all of it is coated with the buttery sugar. Then you fry away until hot and kinda crispy. Serve with a little bit of milk poured on top.
I think I would also add some sliced banana. That sounds good.
If anybody actually makes this let me know okay?