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    Default "Fairy bread" made on multigrain bread...

    ...this is what DH is having for "dessert" tonight.
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    Well if there is no other option....then you gotta do what you gotta do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    I thought this was going to be about a children's party and I was going to say why even bother!
    I feel the same way about DH having it for dessert lol. We're trying (and obviously failing) to be healthy so don't have any lollies in the house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meredithgrey View Post
    I thought this was going to be about a children's party and I was going to say why even bother!
    I was thinking the same! lol.

    I've never understood the big deal about fairy bread but if I was desperate for something sweet and there was no other option I'd try to like it!

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    I've been known to make myself fairy bread in my grown up years... But it's usually because I've got a craving for white bread lol. I'd never bother on multigrain. Might consider wholemeal though

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    Has to be soft white bread, real butter right up to the crusts and proper round hundreds and thousands (not the long ones..they taste wrong!)
    If you going to have fairy bread..its gotta be right!!

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    Oh man why don't we have any sprinkles? The only bread we have is light rye though.

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    I'm one to try anything when the sugar cravings hit

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    I was so desperate for chocolate the other night (I'm breastfeeding so it's ok, right?) that I ate/drank Ice Magic straight from the bottle. Instead of using it as a topping for ice cream. It was awesome! *hangs head in shame*

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    Quote Originally Posted by TreeGirl View Post
    I was so desperate for chocolate the other night (I'm breastfeeding so it's ok, right?) that I ate/drank Ice Magic straight from the bottle. Instead of using it as a topping for ice cream. It was awesome! *hangs head in shame*
    I have been known to put a spoonful in the freezer for a few minutes and eat it like chocolate. I am a fatty boom batty so it's okay lol! (Surprisingly, I didn't do it once while pregnant or breastfeeding!!!)


 

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