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    Default Your favourite not-so-well-known treat?

    I just tried a biscuit I’ve never had before - Hobnobs!

    I’m trying to watch what I eat right now but I thought I’d just try one.

    It was too damn good


    I think they are well known in England, but not so much over here.

    What treat do you love that others may not know about?

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    My dad taught me this when I was little and its so bad but oh so good. A slice of really fresh white bread covered in what ever jam you like - raspberry for me. Then you pour cream all over it and eat. Delicious!!!!!!!!

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    oh I cant think of the brand but there is a diet moose chocolate I love getting for a treat, also weight watches chocolate sundae.

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    Not sure if you can buy it in regular supermarkets here ..Hersheys chocolate sauce (Costco has it) on icecream!!

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    Default Your favourite not-so-well-known treat?

    Zoo biscuits (South Africa) mmmmmmm yes.

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    I make these crazy good wholemeal spelt coconut and cinnamon muffins! They are super healthy as they don't contain sugar (just a touch of honey) but they taste amazing!

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    I have been thoroughly enjoying blueberry Lindt chocolate and also just tried the passionfruit the other day

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    Default Your favourite not-so-well-known treat?

    I don't know what it's called but at our local Asian grocer it looks like some kind of bean jelly then you put coconut milk on top OMG so yummy! It's similar to sago but not :/ lol

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    Cornflakes or cocoa pops smothered in thickened cream!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    My dad taught me this when I was little and its so bad but oh so good. A slice of really fresh white bread covered in what ever jam you like - raspberry for me. Then you pour cream all over it and eat. Delicious!!!!!!!!
    That sounds disgracefully good!

    I'll try this one day.

    One day, when I comfortably fit into my work pants again


 

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