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When was the last time you ate fairy bread?
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Fairy bread was once a really common children's party food. These days it seems fairly rare. When was the last time you ate fairy bread?
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Quite some years.
It's a lot of fun and looks great for children's parties.
It may not be the norm these days, but it's hard to find any child will knock it back!
At my daughter's birthday party a few months ago. It's not something I'd do often but it took me back to my childhood.
Actually I made some about two months ago because we had 100s and 1000s in the cupboard that were never going to get used and the kids had never had it before. I love fairy bread LOL
Probably a couple of years ago now.
It's been YEARS since I've even seen fairy bread, but I plan to make it for my daughter's birthday party next weeks. I'm even going to make some on gluten free bread so I can enjoy it too!
Really, I've never had fairy bread.
Hahaha... Good Q!
At a birthday party ... for a 2 years old boy.
Little birthday boy looked at me sadly when I ate the last fairy bread.
But he did get plenty of gifts to make up for it
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About 30 years, at my daughter's birthday parties! Our eldest daughter has made it for her 2 daughter's parties, but I didn't have any, because I wanted to make sure the little ones had enough.
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