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    Quote Originally Posted by LamaBana82 View Post
    Thanks! I do have cheese eggs and bacon. Maybe I will just do unhealthy burgers tonight and get to the shop tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by LamaBana82 View Post
    I think it must be the 100 cookies recipe

    1 cup sugar
    500 grams butter
    395 gram condensed milk
    5 cups of self raising flour

    Cream butter and sugar
    Add condensed milk and flour and mux well. I then split the mix into thirds and froze 2 logs of mix. Add your filling. I did coconut choc chip with a teaspoon of vanilla essence but you could do anything really. Put cookies in baking sheet and cook in 170 c preheated oven for 10-15 minutes until golden. They firm up when cooling

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    Does anyone know if this will work with oil instead?I don't have any butter or marg to spare.
    I only have plain flour and I know this works with plain flour as I have made it before. It just doesn't spread and go as far.


    Update: I tried it. Didn't really work too well. The remaining half batch I had left over, I added an egg and a cup of milk, beat it up until relatively smooth whacked it on an oven dish, threw some tinned peaches on top, chucked it on the oven for half an hour and voila! Peach cobbler for desert!
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    Subbing such a great thread!!

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    I have a heap of lemons on my trees can you please give me advice or what I can use them for?

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    Mmm lemon curd, lemon meringue pie, lemon slice, marinades, lemonade. Yummy stuff

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    Lemon.
    You can juice them and freeze. Put the juice into ice trays. Than pop them out once frozen and put them in a zip lock bag.

    As for recipes.
    Cheesecake ( juice of one lemon tin of condensed milk and a bottle of cream as filling. Use either crushed biscuits and melted butter or puff pastry as as a shell)
    You leave out the cream and melt gingerbread biscuits over a tin to make mini tart shells.

    Slice and put of fish with some herbs and wrap in foil.

    Use in icing over scrolls.

    Or carrot cake.

    Icing in biscuits.

    Lemonade

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    Lemon butter

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Update: I tried it. Didn't really work too well. The remaining half batch I had left over, I added an egg and a cup of milk, beat it up until relatively smooth whacked it on an oven dish, threw some tinned peaches on top, chucked it on the oven for half an hour and voila! Peach cobbler for desert!
    What a great way to salvage the rest of the mix!



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    natural bfp June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 5 cycles clomid; 1 unsuccessful ivf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phee83 View Post
    What a great way to salvage the rest of the mix!



    Me - 30, Dh - 38 ttc #1 since June 2011
    natural bfp June 2012 - mc 5.5 weeks; 5 cycles clomid; 1 unsuccessful ivf.
    I don't like things going to waste so I thought it was worth a try and it paid off! It was yum as well!

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    Morning tea for work did not want to spend cash on expensive things like biscuits etc.

    I had a look in the pantry and managed to make raspberry coconut slice and lemonade scones for less than 4 $ even enough for DH to take for morning tea as well. Also desert for tonight as well.


 

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