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  1. Mr Creosote

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    I have heard if you mix the choc package with a small amount of sparkling water,add a pinch of salt, stir it into a thick paste, plonk it in the microwave for 2 mins then the fridge for 1 min you can create a kind of Choc Brownie.

    Any ideas ?
     
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    I think you can mix the chicken soup into a paste and spread it in little circles on a baking tray and bake them in the oven for a short time and they come out a bit like crisps/poppadoms
     
  4. Blonde Logic

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    You can - and I also toasted my Peantu Bar, sprinkled slightly with salt, crumbled it up and bakes it in the brownie so you can have a brownie with "nuts" :D

    Have you seen the STICKIED thread above? Loads of recipe ideas there. :)

    Some take a bit of tweaking to perfect, so don;t get discouraged and dismiss the idea if it doesn;t work perfectly the first time.

    Variety was essential for me in the early days.
     
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    I have had a look and may try some of those ideas. The one I did wonder bout though would be the choc bar cos it says freeze for an hour, but am i right in thinking that officail guidance is consume within 15 mins of making. Sorry if this has been discussed later on in the thread, i only read the first few pages x
     
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    I would imagine that by freezing it, it stops the stuff in the foodpacks from breaking down as they do normally in 15 mins.
     
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    Blonde Logic Yes. You can.

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    Its OK Rainbow. One a day, we were told, is OK to cook/freeze, etc.

    ANother nice thing to do, is make the chocolate really thick, and "frost" a peanut bar - then freeze it all together. If you have a good imagination, it is like having an LL Snickers Bar. tip: cut into bitesize peices first and you can coat all the sides easily, and it is easier to eat. :)
     
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    mnmnn. I actually want a LL Snickers bar now!! LOL
     
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    Ah right thanks, Im not meaning to sound picky, just want to be fully informed, but if you're coating a bar are you not then having 2 foodpacks at once? cos our LLC says not to do that. xxx
     
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    yes you are having two at once. Or one and a half, depends.;

    Not sure what her reasoning is. I often mixed two soups together as one, or combined a bar and a muffin in a mix.

    Do what you feel happy with. :)
     
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    So were you never told you couldnt have two at once? whats everyone else been told regarding two at once? x
     
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    As long as you have 4 a day, it does not matter how or when you take them. Some people have a bar with the banana warm, its like a custard topping. Or split the bar and split the packet, as long as you are doing the 4.
     
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    You can have 2 together, no problem.
     
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