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Saturday, October 26, 2013

Don't buy these for your kids



I'm serious.

they're way too yummy.

keep them for yourself.
(give the kids a celery stick, or something...)



16 comments:

  1. I've never heard of them before! But they look very yellow and very yummy!

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  2. Wow, custard, not yogurt. What shelf of the grocery?

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  3. The skinny one would like these - much, much better than celery. Thank you.

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  4. I've never seen these, so it must be a difference between countries. On the other hand, since I have no kids, I don't have to bargain, bribe, switch goodies or hide in the closet. LIFE IS GOOD.

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  5. Yes! I want to know where these are sold! What country? I love custards.

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  6. Love it. Haven't seen them in WA but will get hubby to check when he does the shopping today.

    Thanks for the smile you bought to my face.

    Have a great weekend.

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  7. Mmm, they sound so yummy and no kids at our place any more so wouldn't have to fight over it. Fat content sounds great and custard is good for diabetics so if it available in Perth will just need to check sugar/carb content and it could be a great snack for moi. Thanks for sharing and also for a good chuckle.

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  8. ..and eat them only after the kids have gone to school or bed... (and hide the empty packs ;-) )

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  9. Andrew; no kids here so I don't have to hide them.

    Merlesworld; they get enough treats...

    Cathy Oliffe-Webster; they're Australian, in the dairy section at the supermarkets.

    Joanne Noragon; in the dairy cabinet where the yoghurts and creams are, but they're Australian.

    Elephant's Child; get him some, they're easy on the digestive system.

    lotta joy; no kids here either, the sweet stuff is all mine!

    Susan Kane; Australia, drop in sometime and get some from the supermarket.

    Kakka; I found them in Woolworths in the dairy cabinet, where the yoghurts and other six and twelve packs of kids custards are.

    Mimsie; look in the dairy cabinet at Woolworths supermarket, where the kids dessert/snack custards are.

    Kymbo Whitford; no need to hide the empty packs, just tell the kids it was spinach mush or something.

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  10. noma, noma, nom...but only in OZ...grrrr

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  11. The Wicked Writer; you'll have to visit South Oz.

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  12. Hahaha! I love the normal Paul's custard, and a regular dessert in our house is custard and tinned fruit.

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  13. Jackie K; I like Paul's brand because it is gluten free, so I can use the dollop cream without any gastric upset.

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