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#21 Sat 24 Nov 12 2:05pm

MsPablo

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Are Welsh cakes eaten for Christmas breakfast?  They look so pretty.

I like the idea of making cinnamon rolls with icing.

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#22 Sat 24 Nov 12 3:06pm

hugchoco

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Yummy, cinnamon rolls with icing. yummy

My sister once made a ham sandwich with cream cheese, instead of mayo, and lettuce, it was delicious
  yummy

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#23 Sat 24 Nov 12 3:43pm

mummza

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

MsP Welsh cakes are eaten at anytime of the day , they are not usually eaten at breakfast as they as really an afternoo tea or mid morning type treat , as if you are eating a biscuit/cookie.

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#24 Sat 24 Nov 12 3:50pm

MsPablo

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Thanks mummza!  I was hoping to make them for Christmas or New Years this year (a gluten-free version).  We will eat them in the afternoon with tea, not at Brekkie, I promise!

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#25 Sat 24 Nov 12 4:07pm

mummza

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

lol Ii does not really matter when you eat them MsP , quite a lot of people eat then buttered.
They are nicest fresh made and straight from the griddle/bake stone

I sometimes get them made, cut out and not baked until I need them , or sometimes I just make the dough and put that in the fridge overnight ready to be used, I get it out f the friidge to come to room temperature before I need to use it.

http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/memb … en%20/2125

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#26 Sat 24 Nov 12 4:17pm

MsPablo

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Thanks mummza!

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#27 Tue 27 Nov 12 9:54am

mummy2704

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

another option would be, fruit salad with yoghurt and honey, Asda do great fruit deals for 1, natural yoghurt and honey is the same.

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#28 Tue 27 Nov 12 9:56am

mummy2704

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

or make your own pancakes at home and bring them in, all you need is flour, sugar, baking poweder (to make the fluffy) one egg, milk and melted butter thats cheaper than buying the pancakes and also solves where to cook them.

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#29 Wed 05 Dec 12 10:35am

Ferdinend

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Hi Kye,
Great links and thanks for sharing with others also. Christmas is near so will try these recipes before Christmas and will share my reviews soon with you. Do share more Christmas recipes please. Thanks in advance for any input.

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#30 Thu 06 Dec 12 1:15am

@nGoose1

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Re: Christmas Breakfast

Fruit, healthy for children a good idea, not cakes? Actually I have scrambled egg with smoked salmon (real deal, not farmed pap).On toasted sourdough if I am in Bavaria, Homemade toasted soda in the U.K.
The onslaught that may occur latter for dinner, demands no full English in the morning, or Pretzel, salami, cheese, bratwurst German breakfast.

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