Whats your favourite sweet treat?

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  1. Railguy220

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    Title says it all. What do you like to eat when your in that unhealthy mood? I certainly enjoy munching on some tiffin when I can be bothered to make it! Take it away fellow forumees!
     
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  3. Minilad

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    Cream Eggs when in season. Otherwise Parma Violets nom nom nom
     
  4. ainsworth74

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    Well if were talking unhealthy snacks generally then it has to be quavers, I think I actually have a slight addiction to the damn things.

    But just in terms of sweets it would have to be a twix bar for me.
     
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    I love Wine Gums. I've been eating them since I was a kid. But I'm trying not to eat sweets as I am trying to lose weight.

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    Candies & biscuits/cakes :)
     
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    Good taste there :)
    For me, I tend to eat shed loads of malteasers.
     
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    Cream scones, or scons for you southerners :)
     
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    I also like tangfastics. Until I loose my sense of taste. :lol:
     
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    Chocolate eclear's or cola cubes
     
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    When I was a kid, it was Texan bars. But they don't do them any more, so now it's Reese's Nutrageous.
     
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    If it's not Dairy Milk chocolate, it's pear drops.

    Proper pear drops. An inch across and shaped like pears. Hard and translucent. No dusty powdery sugary coating.
     
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    When travelling, sausage rolls will do nicely, and as with Peter I do like Dairy Milk chocolate! But for the most part...

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    Yum yum!:p come to think of it, I think I like everything that has sugar in it. Diabeates here I come!(sorry if anyone is diabetic)
     
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    Twix or Cadburys Fruit and Nut

    (but will eat anything that is fattening, up to a pound of lard!)
     
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    If I'm totally honest I don't have a sweet tooth. Well as I'm scottish there is one exception... A deep fried mars bar.
     
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    Irn-Bru too ? ;)
     
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    Yeah that to. Chips, deep fried mars bar, and irn bru to wash it down, :lol:
     
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    Got to be caramac for me
     
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    Jelly Tots! (Love 'em)
    Milkeybar ('Taint just for kids!)
    Lion Bar
    Mars Bar
    Malteasers
    Dairy Milk
    Galexy Caramel

    Plus many more, we'll be here all night if I list them all!

    Man what a healthy lifestyle I live :lol:
     
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    Cheesecake !!!
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    Chocolate Fudge (I wonder if i have 1 in my parents freezer)
     
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    I found a Chocolate Eclair going cheap in the local Cake Shop the other day. I hadn't had one for donkey's years. Very nice too, as long of course, as it has real cream, and not that horrible Artificial stuff. I called in there today, but they didn't have any today. I had a Coffee Slice instead, so I don't suppose I should complain really, too much.
     
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    Black Jacks although only in chew form, not bar form!
    Flumps
    Aniseed Balls
    Atomic Fireballs/Fireblast
     
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    I especially like Bounty, Boost, Snickers, Tunnocks Caramel wafers, Jaffa cakes and jelly babies

    I also like Irn Bru.. but Irn Bru 'fiery' could be Barrs' undoing, it tastes AWFUL!!

    Am I diabetic? No. I'm trying to change, I really am. If I can substitute chocolate and sweeties for exercise and pomegranate juice then I should be fine!
     
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    Am I weird for preferring squirty cream to real cream :lol:
     
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    I prefer squirty cream, it's better for ambushing unsuspecting persons <D

    Also Jaffa Cakes can be added to my list
     
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    I think that is just a special until Halloween, I quite like it.

    My own sweet tooth is for Tunnock's products. Their snowballs, teacakes and caramel logs are amazing.
     
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    The fact that I spend time with my niece aside, these little babies are the main reason I love taking my niece to ASDA whenever I go back to Southend! :lol: Mind you, she loves them too...
     
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    Japp! It's basically the same as a Mars bar, but the filling is slightly different. Don't know if they sell it outside Scandinavia.
     
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    You have excellent taste, but make sure you buy the ones by McVitie and Price with the dark chocolate (not the poor imitation made by Cadbury). We buy these in double-amount boxes, with about 10 in each wrap. Once I start, I always think of University Challenge...This is your starter for 10...and it usually is :roll:

    The other treat (if I can persuade my wife to buy it) is Tiramisu, which is "heaven on earth" to eat.
     
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