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    Popcorn. Or cinnamon toast 😊

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    Scones! My go to snack and ready in about 20 minutes!

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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.
    Cookie dough is like my favourite thing.

    Ever.

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    3 ingredient chocolate cake in a mug.

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    Gluten free mug cake

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    Fruit cobbler using tinned fruit (any kind) and cake mix.

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    Toast
    Simple pasta with sauce and hopefully cheese and deli meat if I have it.
    Soup

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    Toast, cooked on one side, push an egg ring into the uncooked side of the bread, crack an egg into the egg ring, and then back under the grill until the egg is cooked.

    Toast with vegemite, or peanut butter.

    Cereal biscuits (just butter, sugar, egg, flour, and a bit of whatever cereal I happen to have in the cupboard).

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    I keep frozen pita breads and I love to either put mushroom green capsicum and cheese in it then sandwich press it or put sauce on it then the same and stick it on oven like a little pizza.


 

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