This is a traditional family recipe used for many years to make a great treat for any occasion!
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The plain ones taste great with vegemite, cream cheese, liver pate, jam, lemon curd. They melt in the mouth warm but are also great for mini sandwiches in a lunch box.
The fruity spicy ones taste delicious on their own or with butter and jam and are perfect for handy snacks.
Not being a true nut these were allowed at my daughter's school where there is a nut ban.
My three young children (who are wheat intolerant) are always asking for these as they find them so delicious and I often make the batter into shapes for fun.
Here I made little teddies, using raisins for the eyes and nose, which I added quickly as soon as I had glooped the mixture into the pan.
Added by: E11ie
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