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    Fresh warm cinnamon swirls for the van....



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    Bought these a while back but have only just got around to 'test driving' them before we head off to Scotland for two weeks.

    Simple as to cook...

    Open packet
    Tear open tube
    Slice and Place on try in hot oven for 15 mins....

    Bloody delish too




    They do a great range of stuff ideal for taking away in the van....
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    Handy

    Emergency food as with their croissants.

    But in both cases not genuinely fresh.
    Ie like long-life milk.

    I also find the long-life ROSTI potatoes handy

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    Had a similar type for brekkie this morning, except, croissants. Very yummy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mariesnowgoose View Post
    I see you've eaten about 5 already?
    I had to test them.... Quality control ;-)

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    I'm going to give those a test drive
    Look yummy and I/ Mrs love the flavour of cinnamon.
    So many places use the "hotter" flavour Cassia type - I much prefer the "flaky" Ceylon type (which I call the South American type because that is where i buy it)

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