/ Tunnocks tea cakes and things like that
Thought I had the will power to eat one a day as a treat for beasting myself doing phys, turns out I'm living a lie!
What else can't you resist?
(I also have a packet of 12 of those small mallow jam cake things, mmmmm)
Tunnocks Tea Cakes - bluuuuurgh!
Tunnocks Caramel Wafers - mmmmmmmmh!
Scotch pancakes. At 20p for 6 it's hard to say no.
Mmmm, caramel wafers! Haven't had them in years.
No likey tea cakes? Thats just not right!
The little ones? Good call!
mmmm toasted tea cakes with real butter
also... fat cow biscuits (malted milk creams) whole packet over one mug of coffee
Ooh my word! Great find Clare, duly added to favourites :0)
I could swear that I saw (and ate) *dark* chocolate ones once! Aldi do the caramel wafers.
I once acquired two retail boxes. Yes, 80 in a box. I gave some of them away. *some*.....;-)
And you're still thin Bob!
Hope life in the smoke is good matey.
Shop for dark chocolate tunnock's teacakes on Google
Tunnock's Tea Cakes Dark Chocolate
Tunnocks Tea Cakes Dark Chocolate Wrapper
Tunnocks Dark Chocolate 6 Teacakes (Pack of 8)
Eccles cakes... pack of 4, Gone!
Mr Kipling's mini-battenburgs....hardly even touch the sides
> And you're still thin Bob!
> Hope life in the smoke is good matey.
Ain't quite so thin anymore, pal! Life's OK..just got a job, innit! Can't say what it is, hush-hush. Not a banker or a baliff, so that's cool :-)
Hope all is fab in ye olde countryside. Make spiderman-like facemasks from the teacake wrappers....you know you want to :-)
Between PixieNinja & myself tonight, we've eaten 7 jam donuts and half a pack of macaroons. Just too tasty.
Oh, and cheese. I can't stop myself eating cheese.
The thing with the teacake is that you've got to put it all in your mouth except for the base,then you must delicately break through the chocolate shell with your teeth whilst sucking it into your mouth almost in the one movement.Once you have enjoyed the chocolate shell you must then proceed to scoop out all the lovely marshymallow with your tongue,finishing up by scraping the jammy bit at the bottom then nibbling around the edges of the base before shoving it in yir gob and letting it melt.
Or is that just me.
Nah, mate! you gotta bite the skull off & suck out its branes! and then get all biscuity.
Or chomp the whole lot & subdue it with tea.
> Tunnocks Tea Cakes - bluuuuurgh!
> Tunnocks Caramel Wafers - mmmmmmmmh!
You've obviously not tried the dark chocolate ones! Somehow or other my local Morrisons seem to be able to get round the export embargo on these rare Scottish delicacies, when other retailers fail miserably. Then again I don't want them to become too popular or else I might not be able to get supplies.
Soreen and tiger bread. Not at the same time...
bahlsen choco leibniz
BOGOF yesterday in coop now they are all gone :(
> The thing with the teacake is that you've got to put it all in your mouth except for the base,then you must delicately break through the chocolate shell with your teeth whilst sucking it into your mouth almost in the one movement.Once you have enjoyed the chocolate shell you must then proceed to scoop out all the lovely marshymallow with your tongue,finishing up by scraping the jammy bit at the bottom then nibbling around the edges of the base before shoving it in yir gob and letting it melt.
> Or is that just me.
Can I be your Tunnocks..... ;)
This is like an AA meeting for snackaholics.
Chocolate chip brioche, I can't leave the stuff alone.
Buckfast and Tennants Super Tommorow
Now that sounds like an unappetising name for a cocktail, all it needs is a splash of Brasso and you've got a classic.
I find it worryingly easy to get through hot-cross buns. Especially the posh ones with extra juicy sultanas, but at least you don't usually get so many per pack
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