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Ok so I know it isn't everyone's cup of tea but if you do like it then this is a bargain price.
It's normally £2+ in asda and that's usually the cheapest but it is currently half price in morrisons at only £1.
I have never even seen it before in my local store so this is great.
It beats amazons prices any day.
They only had the original white in my store but I don't know about other stores.
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Dantooine 1 Like #1
Who eats this???!!
Mr Weasle#2
Belly Fluff is much nicer. ;)
kumamayo#3
This is good but in small quantities. Some good recipes I use are here:

http://www.empirefoodbrokers.com/recipes
Schadenfreude#4
£1.50 in the Preston Riversway store.
Biggushlong#5
Comes FREE in pants!!
hugobosslives#6
Dantooine
Who eats this???!!

me. this stuff is awesome. used to have to bring this back from the states. Unfortunately these appear to not be the big pots but still good for UK sale.
Steviebaby 1 Like #7
This is a good marshmallow alternative for veggies.
dirksquirrel#8
kumamayo
This is good but in small quantities. Some good recipes I use are here:

http://www.empirefoodbrokers.com/recipes

Must admit that the mississippi fluff mud pie looks a bit yum
GiggleStool#9
Nice, usually pay £2 for this. Bought it in Tesco and in Morrisons.
I like to just scoop it out the tub on a spoon or on my finger and eat it RAW!
But.. ive had it on toast a few times aswel. Kind of reminds me of honey on toast (that sweet taste)


Edited By: georgeellwood on Sep 03, 2012 18:37
donna-lou 3 Likes #10
A spoonful in a mug of hot chocolate is yummy
micks_missus#11
Dantooine
Who eats this???!!
ME! With a spoon, or just with my finger straight from the jar if I can't get to the drawer quickly enough.... (_;)
I know.... but it's just one of those things.... when you gotta have some... you gotta have some! :D
Got to get a look at those recipes too - although I'm not sure about wasting it cooking with it though - I usually can't even wait for toast to cook! lol
micks_missus#12
donna-lou
A spoonful in a mug of hot chocolate is yummy

Ooooh... haven't tried that one! Sounds lush.... <3
gunark#13
Fluffernutter Sandwiches with this are awesome,,
kentc81#14
I wanna try this !
kobiko#15
kumamayo
This is good but in small quantities. Some good recipes I use are here:

http://www.empirefoodbrokers.com/recipes
Excellent recipes,the fluffer nutter sandwich looks gorgeous but I don't think my teeth could handle it,wayyy too sweet!!!
kobiko#16
hugobosslives
Dantooine
Who eats this???!!

me. this stuff is awesome. used to have to bring this back from the states. Unfortunately these appear to not be the big pots but still good for UK sale.
These are the standard 213g jars,not the huge buckets that the Americans eat,it's amazing any Americans have still got teeth with how sweet this stuff is and how they eat it!! Lol
fishmaster 1 Like #17
kobiko
kumamayo
This is good but in small quantities. Some good recipes I use are here:

http://www.empirefoodbrokers.com/recipes
Excellent recipes,the fluffer nutter sandwich looks gorgeous but I don't think my teeth could handle it,wayyy too sweet!!!

I'm wondering why there's so many obese Americans :)
kobiko#18
I was thinking exactly the same thing funnily enough!! Lol
jhw#19
This stuff is proof in its own right that the food industry has hit new lows - they'd lace it with cocaine if it were legal, just to get you hooked.
oopslalabanned#20
this stuff is lovely....

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