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Fairy Bread

In Australia, if you take bread and butter and sprinkle it with 100's and 1000's (kinda like nonpareils or sprinkles here in the US) you get fairy bread:

I guess it is a huge hit at kids parties down under and I think it is a pretty inexpensive treat to try out at your next fairy party.

You can read more about it at I Ate Brisbane.  And thanks to Craft for finding it for us!


McVal said...

What a great idea! Ooh! And what if you use a cookie cutter and make little animals or round shapes then spread butter and sprinkles on them! Too cool! Thanks for the idea!

Anything Fits A Naked Man said...

Awesome! This reminds me of what my Grandma used to do for a low-cost treat. She'd sprinkle the unmade favored jello powder on buttered toast! Lots of sugar, but MAN, we loved it!

I definitely need to try this! Thanks!

luxury vacation rentals miami said...

McVal, I love your idea, but I would spread, sprinkle, then cover with another slice of bread and then cut. That way it would be a surprise for the kids to find the sprinkes in the sandwich.

Tempest Ahoy said...

An age old Australian kids' party treat! Soooo good.

Penelope said...

I still can't believe the rest of the world hasn't cottoned on to this - it's a MUST HAVE at every birthday party, and sometimes in between LOL!

McVal, that's what I do...cut it into fancy shapes to fit the theme. For my daughter's rainbow party coming up, I'm going to buy the individual coloured sprinkles and layer the colours onto semi-circles, like rainbows.