Sunday, May 1, 2011

"Ze Wagon Wheel. Eat ze Wagon Wheel"

Remember those ads?
Those commercials are some of my all-time favourites.

Little Boozle 2011

I have to say that Wagon Wheels are one of my all-time favourite treats.

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Making them is quite easy, quite messy
 and quite fun.

Little Boozle 2011

It is a perfect "cooking with children" recipe.
The work isn't too delicate,
there aren't any precise measurements
and, most importantly,
they get covered in chocolate and get to lick their fingers.

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The end result is a bit like eating home made mashed potato and gravy
amd comparing it to the KFC variety.

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They don't taste the same
but they are both fabulous in their own right.

Little Boozle 2011

(Please don't email me to tell me that KFC potato and gravy
isn't a real food. I know that.
But it does taste good)

Recipe: Wagon Wheels
(I didn't use as much marshmallow or jam- they were rich as it was.
I also didn't use 100s and 1000s.
Why would you put 100s and 1000s on a Wagon Wheel?)


7 comments:

B............... said...

I think we will be trying these out later xx

Tracy aka Mad Quilter said...

Totally sinful! :D But oh so yummy,

willow and moo said...

The wagon wheels look yummy!

I have to disagree about KFC mash and gravy. I find it tastes like cardboard. :)

Little Munchkins said...

They look so yummy!

Cath @ chunkychooky said...

My jeans got tighter just looking at them!

willywagtail said...

I absolutely refuse to look at these sinful pictures or I will be caught in a making and eating frenzy. I spent all my pocket money on wagonwheels one year in high school. Cherrie

Karen said...

My husband is a HUGE Wagon Wheel fan - I think I know what to make him on his birthday this year!