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    Default What your favourite 'I feel like snack but my pantry has only basics' recipe

    So what your I feel like snack and my pantry is almost bare recipe?

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    Toast lol. I'm boring.

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    Boring can be good.

    So what's on your toast

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Boring can be good.

    So what's on your toast
    Honey, peanut butter or Vegemite. Again pretty boring! I don't usually buy snack foods as I know I'll eat them all in one sitting when I get home from the shops

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    Scrolls. Flour (self raising or yeast), vegemite & cheese or tomato sauce/ham/pineapple. I loke savoury rather than sweet. I do not mind cinnamon scrolls though.

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    Toast. I don't even have a "pantry" I only buy flour if I need it for a specific recipe , which is about once every 2 years. I don't do baking...... Or cooking for that matter.

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    Sorry I wasn't helpful! On my toast would be exotic things like cheese or marmite (not that pretender "Vegemite")

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    Do you have ingredients for brownie or cake in a mug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    Don't know if I should admit to this or not.

    When the kids were little sometimes I used to make cookie dough and eat it raw if I am craving something sweet and cupboard is bare.
    I love when the school has those buckets of raw cookie dough as fundraisers. OMG the dough is way to yummy. I think on average for every 2 cookies cooked one gets eaten raw.

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    My ones are
    Slow cooker pull apart
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    100 cookies recipe (I often have a frozen log)
    Mini quiches.
    And toast or a cup of soup.
    Do it is always french toast yucko
    Or a cake but I don't eat cake so it really for the kids.


 

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