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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Your post and the fact that coles has chocolates melts for under $2 which I find works better than the bars. Has put back on the fudge train.
    Hmm now to I make a cookies and cream or a white chocolate with maltesers (on special at woolies) fudge on to cook.
    I have melts in the cupboard 😩

    I didn't know I could just use that and save the delicious chocolate for later AND get a better result! 😕

    Guess that's a good reason to do another next time 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    I have melts in the cupboard 😩

    I didn't know I could just use that and save the delicious chocolate for later AND get a better result! 😕

    Guess that's a good reason to do another next time 😉
    The white chocolate is exactly the same as the dream bar. Just in a different shape its more convenient/faster/more even for melting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    The white chocolate is exactly the same as the dream bar. Just in a different shape its more convenient/faster/more even for melting.
    Great tips, thanks!!

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    Trying something a little out there and hoping it works (no recipe just a mix of what I had in cupboard)

    Snag, potato and pumpkin bake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Trying something a little out there and hoping it works (no recipe just a mix of what I had in cupboard)

    Snag, potato and pumpkin bake.
    Sounds interesting, did it work out well??

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Sounds interesting, did it work out well??
    Yeah it did hubby had 3rds. Ds1 had seconds. The other accept dd2 liked it. Dd2 wouldn't even touch it but I expected that due to her spd and aspergers.
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    Creamy rice pudding (take #2 after DP ruined the first batch and it ended up in the bin)

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    Anyone have a good pie filling recipe?

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    Corned beef in one and condensed milk in another for caramel tart

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Anyone have a good pie filling recipe?
    This one is good - chunky steak pie:

    http://www.slowcookercentral.com/rec...nky-steak-pie/

    I especially liked it because the consistency was just right.

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