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September 23, 2008

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Fondant fancy (unfortunately!)

Mmm..well the answer is Fondant Fancy.
I got a free one of those once in Betty's Tea Room as a birthday present. Delicious.

Fondant fancy

Fondant fancy

d) Dan's beard

Alas, the fondant fancy. Though maybe fondant fancies and couscous could be worth a try?

Blimey, a tough one, although, I think it could be something to do with a fancy fondant.

Am I right?!

Pak choi.

You made that up, stop tricking us, Innocent!

At least a fondant fancy actually exists........

Fondant Fancy

Hi I think that the answer might be the "fondant fancy". However I know that my hubby would approve if they were as he loves the Pink ones!!!!

Fondant Fancy could not ever be part of a veg pot, no not ever! Bleugh why would you?!?

Fondant fancy

Answer is Fondant Fancy

Gotta be carrot, yum just like in the cake...

Fondant fancy

Answer: Fondant Fancy

Fondant fancy

Fondant fancy

fondant fancy.

I heart veg pots.

Fondant Fancy!
Ps Had my first veg pot for dinner last night - very yummy!

Its Fondant Fancy - LETTUCE hope you don't TURN-UP anywhere where its BEAN put in a veg pot or you could end up feeling Melan-CAULI do a RUNNER and BEET it.

fondant fancy-thank goodness love my veggies xx

fondant fancy.

Fondant fancy

Fondant fancy.

Fondant fancy! Remember having one ONCE - never actually bought one.

Love the veg pots idea. I've got 4 boys aged 9 - 14 who love their sport and their food. These will be great for packed lunches but also for the time when they are doing sport after school and need something nutritious with slow release carbs, vitamins etc to keep them going after a long day. Fabulous idea - want to try one NOW!!

Fondant fancy

Fondant Fancy!!!

Fondant fancy

Fondant fancy of course... silly billys!

Fondant fancy

fondant fancy!

fondant fancy... not carrot

Fondant fancy!

Fondant fancy!!!!!

Fondant Fancy

fondant fancy

Fondant fancy (although I wish cake was classed as a vegetable).

Its a fondant fancy - either white or pink

Answer: Fondant Fancy

Fondant Fancy

Fondant fancy.

I'm a GENIUS!

Fondant fancy... although it is really tasty.

Fondant fancy.

Fondant fancy

Mmmm, me want veggie pots!

Fondant fancy

Sadly it's not a veggie just yet :3

Fondant fancy

fondant fancy!

Fondant fancy

I put it to you that there are no fondant fancies in your veg pots... although here's one I prepared earlier!

Fondant fancy

Fondant fancy

Fondant fancy!!!

fondant fancy. Ha.

Fondant Fancy!
:-)

fondant fancy!

I think the answer might be fondant fancy...

Px

Fondant fancy

Fondant fancy

Fondant Fancy - though something to think about in the future? ;-)

Fondant fancy.. but they make a great afternoon coffee accompaniment

Fondant Fancy

Fondant Fancy.

Though I think they would be nice in a smoothie?

Fondant fancy (if only ~sigh~)

And the winner is...fondant fancy! (Anyone seen the special edition Strawberries and Cream ones??) Methinks there is no fondant fancy in a Veg Pot.

I'm going to say fondant fancy

Think that it might be a Fondant fancy...

Fondant Fancy

Fondant fancy

Fondant Fancy tastes great with Tomato Sauce, but I reckon its a bit too slimy for the innocent veg pots.

Fondant Fancy :)

Fondant fancy! ;)

// Mike
http://www.freestylecookery.com

Special batteries.

Or Fondant Fancy.

It is fondant fancy. Other things you will never find in a veg pot include: artificial colourants, preservatives, giraffes, Cilla Black's hair, sarcasm, marzipan or an existential crisis. A veg pot knows what it is, and it's a veg pot.

fondant fancy :)

The answer is obviously the fondant fancy, which isn't even necessarily vegetarian (the pink ones have cochineal in them!).

Fondant Fancy, unfortunately, though I'm not sure how good a fondant fancy would taste with veg...

Fondant fancy

I want some Veg please!

It would of course be the Fondant Fancy.

i would very much like to try a veg pot with added fondant fancy however. while this may negate some of the benefits of the veg, i feel the sugary goodness may also be extremely beneficial to my well being.

Fondant Fancy.
I want one now though!

Fondant fancy (did everyone else cheat by looking at the other answers?) tut tut

the answer is fondant fancy

Fondant Fancy! I hope to see it included in your next batch though!

Fondant fancy. I presume that will be included in the next set of recipes though.

Fondant fancy :-)

Fondant Fancy

Fondant fancy

Fondant Fancy

fondant fancy

Fondant fancy

Disclaimer: this answer is wholly my own work, and was not inspired by nor plagiarised from previous comments on this blog post.

The answer is this: fondant fancy.

That is all.

Fondant fancy!

Fondant fancy.

Fondant fancy

I think it is Fondant Fancy. (You see now I want a fondant Fancy. Curse your powers of suggestion)

The answer is c) Fondant fancy.....

but they're not as good as vegetables!

Fondant fancy...shame :-(

Fondant fancy! I could quite fancy a fondant fancy - pardon the pun but guess the veggies are much better for me in the long run. Munching on fondant fancies isnt going to help me squeeze into my little black dress at crimbo so veggie pots its is from now on :-D

fondant fancy

Fondant Fancy

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