My brother started dating this girl. I was 9, he was 16. They worked at Burger King together. I was excited to have a new person around the house… cause I was a kid and I liked to show off. Come to think of it, I was probably pretty damn obnoxious. So this girl brought her little sister over to play with me/occupy me.
I was playing Lion King for Sega Genesis and I couldn’t get past level four, the stampede. It wasn’t side scrolling like the rest of the game and it was really throwing me. Sandra came in, introduced herself, then dominated the level for me. The rest is history.
She’s been my best friend since the moment I knew she could kick ass at video games and loved Disney. It’s 20 years later and things haven’t changed. We still play video games together (though, we have to do it online since we don’t live near each other) and we still both love Disney. I think we can both quote Pocahontas word-for-word without even turning the movie on.
My girl’s birthday was last week and she wanted some Biscoff fudge. How am I to deny my best friend such a simple request?
Here’s Sandra’s birthday fudge.
adapted from Taste of Home
2 cups sugar
½ cup milk
1 ⅓ cups Biscoff Spread
1-7 oz jar marshmallow cream
broken biscoff cookies
Spray an 8×8 glass baking dish with cooking spray. Set aside.
In a saucepan, bring milk and sugar to boil. Boil for 3 minutes. Add in Biscoff Spread and marshmallow cream. Stir until incorporated. Dump into the 8×8 pan and spread until smooth and even. Press in broken pieces of cookies. Chill until set. Cut and devour.
October 27, 2014 @ 10:41 am d
I messed this up and ended up switching the amounts for the sugar and milk…happy accident…makes an amazing fluffy frosting!!!!