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FOOD FINDS: The Spreadables

I got these beauties from a friend who also happen to sell them. Actually, the curiosity bug bit me so I ordered all three. Not to mention that we still have a big bottle of Nutella, Crumpy, and Skippy at home.


Marshmallow Fluff. This one we opened first. I mean, who doesn't love marshmallow? Also, it reminded me of my favorite cake with marshmallow icing from the Chocolate Kiss Cafe- its called, Devil's Food Cake.


So here's the marshmallow fluff. Its really amazing because the bottle is so light weight but upon opening it, it expands like magic. Nice on cupcakes if you are in a hurry and have no time to make icing, frosting or whatever. We use it as pandesal spread, though. Hahaha. Its what we call, "sosy na pandesal." 


Lotus Cream Biscoff. This is the most popular among the three. At par with Trader Joe's Speculoos. Love at first bite but I wasn't able to taste this until after a few weeks since a cousin begged me to give her a bottle. Luckily, my friend has another bottle left (it sells fast) so I claimed it. Even daughter and hubby loves me. It tasted like cookies- Biscoff being a cookie brand that is usually served on airlines. I prefer mine with hot or warm bread such as "pandesal." Daughter like to use it on cookies, apples and bananas. Hubby prefers it on bread, like me.


This one we haven't opened yet. I'll post a review asap. Its just that we still have tons of spreads to finish. Goodbye, diet. ;)


Comments

  1. Oh my, i envy you! Wish i could have one.

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    1. Sis, you won't envy me if you see my waistline ;)

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  2. Anonymous1:31 PM

    Makes me want to order a jar of the Marshmallow Fluff too. But I still have 3 jars of crunchy Biscoff (which I love!) here, so I gotta pace myself. ;)

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    1. The Marshmallow Fluff's good but you get "sawa" afterwards... I prefer the creamy biscoff myself ... but then, biscoff is biscoff! :)

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