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  1. Such an adorable girl in that pic! I bet she loved those cookies. I agree, dark chocs are a better option!

    Julie
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  2. Oops…the mice will complain on those tidbits! I'm one mice who would. There's no space of doubt that that recipe is a hit. Kudos!

    Julie
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    • Danya Banya

      haha, yes I'm often the mouse in my house too. 🙂

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  3. katepickle

    What a fabulously simple recipe! I am dreaming up what else we could add to these along with the chocolate!
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    • Danya Banya

      Thanks Kate. We've tried choc chips (although the crushed up chocolate was better), sultanas (which the kids loved) and grated cheese (which the kids still ate, but didn't rave about). I'm wondering whether peanut butter would be good with them too!

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  4. I made the two ingredient bread last week or so. It was great. I love the thought of adding stuff to it. Yum!
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    • Danya Banya

      Yay, so glad you liked it! We've tried adding all sorts of things, it's fun to try new combinations. This crushed dark chocolate has been our best addition so far. (Chocolate chips is nowhere near as good). Sultanas is also quite nice.

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  5. Maria @ Feisty Tapas

    I really need to give this a go, my three year old will love it (and me too probably!)

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  6. I forgot to say: here via Fabulous Foodie Fridays 🙂
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  7. bakeplaysmile

    What a great idea! I love how they are bite-sized too! Much more appealing for little people! Mmm love crushed dark chocolate!!! Thanks so much for linking up with our Fabulous Foodie Fridays party – we really appreciate your support!! xx
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