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    Quote Originally Posted by Uniquey View Post
    Dutch Licorice, salt, triple salt, sweet, all of it!
    This! It is my favourite treat

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

    Lol hobnobs are amazing - the very best thing though are hobnob custard creams... AMAZING! Also revels, which you can't buy here :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by nat11 View Post
    Baked apricots in sour cream. So amazingly delicious!
    DH has raved to me about eating this as a kid. He keeps saying he'll make it for me but never has.

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

    Hot chips, rich meat gravy and grated cheese mmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelini View Post
    Oh my, wherever did you find Hob Nobs??
    I bought them at Woollies this morning - reduced to clear!

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

    Putting condensed milk in tea or coffee

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    Oh and pfeffernusse, yum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummakat View Post
    Putting condensed milk in tea or coffee
    Eating condensed milk straight from the can!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by nat11 View Post
    Just in case

    Baked Apricots

    Melted butter for greasing
    I large tin of apricot halves

    Batter:

    1/3 cup SR flour
    1/2 cup caster sugar
    1 tsp vanilla essence
    2 eggs
    500g of sour cream

    Topping:

    Butter (optional, little nobs on top)
    1/2 tsp Nutmeg
    2 tbl sp Brown sugar

    Method:

    Preheat oven to 180°C. Brush a 1.75-1itre (7-cup) ovenproof dish with the melted butter to lightly grease.

    Place the apricots, rounded-side up, over base of prepared dish. Sift the flour into a large bowl. Add the caster sugar, vanilla essence, eggs and sour cream. Whisk until well combined.

    Pour the sour cream mixture over the apricots. Sprinkle with nutmeg, sugar and butter. Bake in preheated oven for 20-25 minutes or until just set. Spoon into bowls and serve immediately.
    I'll make it for him and surprise him! Thanks

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

    Salt and vinegar chips dipped in nutella

    And poptarts! I can't believe the amount of people who have never had a poptart!

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