My kids are definitely MY kids. They expect something sweet at least once a day, and can you blame them? We did have s'mores for lunch yesterday. Someone (I'm not naming names) did set their expectations for sweets early on in their lives.
One afternoon they wanted a treat and we had no treats in the house, but we did have tortillas, chocolate chips, and PB&J, which I used to make yummy fake crepes. I'm sure I am neither the first or the last mother to make treats like this, but I'll just pretend I am.
Fake Dessert Crepes (which are called such only because I can't spell quesadillas correctly according to my spell check, which has no alternative to offer other than "gorillas")
chocolate chips (we use dark chocolate)
peanut butter (natural, no sugar added)
jam or jelly (apricot preserves in this case)
Spead PB on one side of a tortilla, spread jam on top, sprinkle chips and fold over.
Cook over med heat until chips are melted.
Eat and try not to get the mess all over you face.
Also try marshmallow fluff. I haven't yet, but it sounds good. So try it and tell me. Also try Nutella. I have tried that and its so good that I know I can't have the stuff in my house anymore - I'll eat it morning noon and night. Not that that's bad or anything...