We loved this treat as kids. It was super easy for mom and we were super happy, so everyone was a winner! As kids we used a jar of frosting and a package of just regular graham crackers. As an adult eating gluten free, it hadn’t occurred to me to resurrect this easy treat. One day I wanted something sweet but didn’t want to make a big recipe that I would have to work on for days to finish. We are trying to eat less sugar and that just wouldn’t do. I started scrounging in my pantry and freezer. I came across one lonely graham cracker (Kinnikinnick brand), and in my freezer I had some frozen cream cheese frosting leftover from my carrot cake. You better believe I set that frosting out on the counter immediately to let it start defrosting :-). As soon as it was spreadable, I spread it on that graham cracker and relived my childhood. I invite you to enjoy such an easy treat. There’s actually a lot of canned frosting that is gluten free and dairy free if you want to make it even easier on yourself. I have gotten spoiled in my old age and prefer homemade, but as a kid, the canned stuff was just fine by me :-).
leftover frosting (about 1-3 T. depending on the size of your graham cracker)
1 graham cracker (I used Kinnikinnick brand- may contain eggs although it’s not listed in the ingredients.)
Break the graham cracker in half. Put frosting in between the two pieces of graham cracker. Now you have a frosting sandwich. Enjoy!
Other frosting ideas: chocolate frosting, oreo buttercream frosting