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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    I must know this recipe !!!!!!
    http://www.slowcookercentral.com/rec...as-tree-fudge/

    Just normal slow cooker fudge in tree moulds.

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    Christmas tree fudge. Not sure what looks better. Sprinkles or no sprinkles


    Tip if you want to make it. I had 4 Christmas moulds and that wasn't enough. I would you a minimum of 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Christmas tree fudge. Not sure what looks better. Sprinkles or no sprinkles


    Tip if you want to make it. I had 4 Christmas moulds and that wasn't enough. I would you a minimum of 6.
    I think the sprinkles looks great!

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    Curried sausages and possibly fudge in the small slow cooker if I get all my ingredients today.

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    Doner kebab meat for an easy dinner

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    Roast beef and whole potatoes and onions.

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    Devilled sausages made with left over snags from our BBQ yesterday

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    About to go put on my mince for spaghetti. Boring but good for rainy old summers night.

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    Beef roast & potatoes here tonight.

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