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    Vegemite, onion and pepper toast. So good

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    And poptarts! I can't believe the amount of people who have never had a poptart!

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    Ohmygosh the S'mores poptarts!!!! The best things in the world!!

    And my favourite treat is an iced milo which is condensed cream, water and milo blended together. So delicious.

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    Cheesy French toast with BBQ sauce on the side...yum.

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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!!!!!!!!
    Lol DF thought that is what fairy bread was except for with whipped cream instead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FirstTimeMummy2012 View Post
    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!
    Oh Yum!! Recipe please?!

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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!!!!!!!!
    We must have the same Dad. He'd rather his jam & cream on bread to any 'fancy' desserts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peasmum View Post
    We must have the same Dad. He'd rather his jam & cream on bread to any 'fancy' desserts!
    My mum and sister have always loved jam and cream on bread and finally the other day I tried it and yummo!!!!! So good, even on multigrain!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelini View Post
    Oh my, wherever did you find Hob Nobs??

    My not-so-well-known treat is peanut butter and honey on fresh bread. I prefer it mixed in together (a spoon of peanut butter, a squeeze of honey) and spread on the bread, but I also love a layer of peanut butter, honey on top, then another slice of bread so the bread touching the honey gets a little crunchy from soaking up the honey ...

    Also, Hostess cupcakes. An American treat that I may never be able to eat again!
    I love peanut butter and honey on bread. I usually spread the honey first and then a layer of peanut butter (crunchy peanut butter is the best). DH thinks I am strange. I discovered it by accident one day after accidentally using the same knife to spread honey on DDs sandwich and to then peanut butter on mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~BEXTER~ View Post
    When I was a kid I loves twisty sandwiches, fresh bread and heaps of butter. Yum
    Twisties dipped in come is yum. Used to do it as a kid and everyone thought it was gross. I still think it tastes good as an adult.

    In woolworths in the dairy section near the custards and mouse you can buy 'OMG puddings' . They are so delicious. The chocolates ones especially. You just heat them in the microwave and its like a Rich cake but when you cut into it all the chocolate sauce oozes out from the middle. They are about a million calories though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    Twisties dipped in come is yum. Used to do it as a kid and everyone thought it was gross. I still think it tastes good as an adult.
    I'm assuming this is a typo? :-p


 

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