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Thread: What do you take along for morning tea?

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    Default What do you take along for morning tea?

    I'm going to a play date with some of DDs school friends (and mums) on Friday and we all need to take a plate for morning tea.

    I want to try something new, usually I would take a cob loaf or some home make cookies - but I think these are boring at the moment lol.

    What do you usually take along?

    Ps - I'm really not much of a chef lol so it's gotta be easy lol


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    Banana bread, oat slice, pikelets or brownies! I have foolproof recipes for all of them if you want them!

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    Wholemeal piklets or vegetable sticks, rice crackers and salsa are my two "go to" offerings. Not very exciting but healthy and easy.

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    Well I'm super boring I take home made anzac biscuits (always a winner ). Or if I'm lazy, I buy a packet of Tim Tams or Kingstons.

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    Pikelets are awesome... my LO loves them

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    Home made sausage rolls are a hit if there is oven facilities available. Otherwise cupcakes, muffins or a slice of some sort are easy and can be done in heaps of flavours

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    home made mini quiche - if there's no oven then i try & time making them to just before i leave so they're still warm
    savoury mini muffins
    cupcakes

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    'Mighty muffins' (can post the recipe if you want) are awesome, as are pikelets. Yummy but not to 'party food'y for a playdate iykwim.
    Fruit platter or mini sandwiches or a plate of cheese, olives and crackers (can add whatever else - rolled up ham, cherry toms etc).

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    i love a fruit platter.

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    I am no cook either so I usually buy something to take (even if I put it on a plate so it's just not in the bought packet). I find finger lamingtons seem to always be a hit.

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    my favourite snack at the moment is sushi so I've just learnt to make it myself so easy and my kids love it too...thats something different

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    Netix whispers "red velvet cupcakes!"

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    I always throw a zuchinni slice together, dead easy to make, and always a winner - SO. DAMN. TASTY.

    Can shoot you the recipe if you want


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