The daily photo experiment
Oooh, yum with a cup of tea!
by them selves. But I think I coulda sweetened 3 cups of tea with them.
My teeth are tingling from just LOOKING at them.
Those are Kipling ones. I've had M&S; ones which were much nicer and didn't taste like they each had a pound of sugar in them.
Even the Tesco's ones are nice :)
I always liked the look of them as a kid, but then was disappointed.
I must be all wrong. What small girl child doesn't like pink cakes?
I haven't had a fondant fancy in YEARS. I have this amazing memory form some childhood birthday party where the birthday cake was a ginormous fondant fancy, banana flavoured. I remember it as the best cake I'd ever had.
Our blogs are turning into food columns :-)
There are worse things to blog than food. :o)
Yes please :)
Always liked the look of these but never liked fondant icing unfortunately ....
now Battenburg cake is a different story, all this talk of kids parties has reminded me how much i loved it...mmmmm marzipan!!
OKay now comes the need for battenburg cakes. I shall have to pick one up on my way home now.
i have, in the distant past, been known to buy a block of marzipan from the 'cooking section' and just hack a chunk off when i wanted a sugar fix!
...ah, the good ole bad ole days ... :)
I'm glad I'm not the only one who does that. I love marzipan.
OK, now I'm craving glace cherries.
With vanilla ice cream Helen?
I've just polished off what was left of the Haagen Dazs!
Darn. You'll jsut have to buy some more to go with the cherries.
Moblog needs health warnings.
or an icecream delivery service...
Or me and Kiku could stop blogging food all the time. But I don't see that happening :o)
Nope. never happen.
i love a french fancy here and there and just about everywhere you can possibly imagine lol :p
The Icing on fondant fancies. Are
(P) what's this?