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Are you planning a party & wan't your guests to know what drink your serving?
Fairy Bread is a traditional recipe for kids in Australia, New Zealand, Belgium and Netherlands.This bread is becoming more and more popular at kids parties all around the world. Most serve fairy bread on one slice of bread where others make it into sandwich. In America we find that many people like the bread toasted but the traditional recipe is not toasted at all.
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Ingredients

  8 slices white bread, with crust trimmed
  1/4 cup margarine, softened
  1/4 cup candy sprinkles (Nonpareils)

Preparation:

1. Spread margarine onto slices of bread.
2. Cover with sprinkles.
3. Cut into triangles to serve.

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Did you know?
Sprinkles (also called hundreds and thousands or jimmies) are very small pieces of confectionery used as a decoration or to add texture to desserts—typically cupcakes, cookies, doughnuts, ice cream, frozen yogurt, and some puddings. The candies, which are produced in a variety of colors, are usually too small to be eaten individually.

Sanding sugar; crystal sugar; nonpareils; confetti; silver, gold, and pearl dragées—not to be confused with pearl sugar (which is also sprinkled on baked goods); and hundreds-and-thousands are all used this way, along with a newer product called "sugar shapes" or "sequins." These latter come in a variety of shapes, often flavored, for holidays or themes, such as Halloween witches and pumpkins, or flowers and dinosaurs. Candy cane shapes may taste like peppermint, and gingerbread men like gingerbread cookies.

Uses:
Fairy bread is the name given to the children's treat of sprinkles or nonpareils on buttered white bread. Fairy bread is commonly served at children's parties in Australia and New Zealand.

A dessert called confetti cake has sprinkles mixed with the batter, where they slowly dissolve and form little colored spots, giving the appearance of confetti. Confetti cakes are popular for children's birthdays in the United States. The Pillsbury Company sells its own variation known as "Funfetti" cake, incorporating a sprinkle-like substance into the mix. wikipedia
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         What Type Of Party Serves This Candy? 

served as festive items at children's birthday parties.
Goblin parties Pajama Parties
Finger food parties Halloween parties
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