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Scone, butter,jam & clotted cream for DD6 breakfast?

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tinkerbellone Wed 18-Apr-18 21:56:41

Surely it's ok as a one off... carbs, dairy, fruit smile
I was feeling poorly and we were late for school.
What's the most random breakfast your DC have had ?

KindergartenKop Wed 18-Apr-18 21:58:33

That's fine! Ours had leftover pizza and a croissant during the holidays.

UpstartCrow Wed 18-Apr-18 21:59:28

Jelly, but in my defence it had fruit in it grin

MorningsEleven Wed 18-Apr-18 21:59:55

We've done scones a time or two - not much different to jam on toast.

DS and I quite like a bowl of baked beans with grated cheese and HP.

CatLadyToddlerMother Wed 18-Apr-18 22:00:21

Half an Easter Egg on Friday for DD (aged 2) to be fair we had just got back from A+E after she'd had a nasty accident where she fell down the stairs and I was feeling horrendously guilty!

yoyo1234 Wed 18-Apr-18 22:01:16

Breakfast at yours sounds brilliant.

mrselizabethdarcy Wed 18-Apr-18 22:02:18

Sounds lovely! I'm going to copy smile

IthinkIsawahairbrushbackthere Wed 18-Apr-18 22:03:42

A mug full of peas and carrots.

Noqonterfy Wed 18-Apr-18 22:04:18

Sounds yummy.

TheMadGardener Wed 18-Apr-18 22:05:37

I am Cornish.
YANBU to have a cream tea for breakfast.
YABVVVVU to have butter. Scone, jam and cream all that is necessary.

Impatientwino Wed 18-Apr-18 22:08:00

DS (5) asked for houmous and breadsticks during the holidays. I obliged!

He had however been up since 5.45am again so it probably felt like lunchtime to him! hmm

The smell of garlic at 8.30 was odd to say the least! envy

NoFuckingRoomOnMyBroom Wed 18-Apr-18 22:11:47

I want that for my breakfast.

MsAdorabelleDearheartVonLipwig Wed 18-Apr-18 22:12:25

Yup, so do I.

randomthoughts Wed 18-Apr-18 22:22:24

I once found my two had eaten a bowl of prawn crackers left over from the previous night’s Chinese. They enjoyed it!

tinkerbellone Wed 18-Apr-18 22:23:41

It did look yum. Clotted cream goes out of date soon so obviously must get more scones wink

Avasarala Wed 18-Apr-18 22:27:00

I wouldn't even give my six year old scones, butter, jam and clotted cream in the afternoon. They do not need that sort of food. Then again, I wouldn't eat that much sugar in one go either. There is no need for it.

tinkerbellone Wed 18-Apr-18 22:28:53

hmmI know.
It's a light hearted thread.

stillfeel18inside Wed 18-Apr-18 22:30:06

No sugar in butter or clotted cream as far as I know, or in scones really! Sounds yummy to me.

zzzzz Wed 18-Apr-18 22:31:49

The only sugar is in the jam.confused

I used to make mine Apple crumble and clotted cream for breakfast when it was cold. Itmade a nice change from porridge.grin

Agent13 Wed 18-Apr-18 22:32:51

Mine (5) has tuna and sweetcorn sandwiches for breakfast at the moment! He’s not keen on your traditional breakfast foods really.

cueominousmusic Wed 18-Apr-18 22:35:52

Food of the gods.

However, no butter - it cuts down on the amount of clotted cream you can reasonably use.

i could have just clotted cream for breakfast.

DangerEgg Wed 18-Apr-18 22:36:39

Mmmmm one of my most favourite things in the world!

RomaineCalm Wed 18-Apr-18 22:37:34

We often laugh at the breakfasts that DC choose on holiday if there's a buffet.

A particular highlight from DD was pancake, croissant and chocolate sauce served with anchovies, olives, cucumber and feta cheese on the side. envy

MildredHubble88 Wed 18-Apr-18 22:37:53

Yep, why not? Not like it's every day.

PeapodBurgundy Wed 18-Apr-18 22:38:24

Poppadom that we'd lazily left still in the bag on the coffee table that DS helped himself to as soon as he walked in the room and clocked them. Onion rings (crisps) left by the bed from snacks and movies in bed the evening before, eaten when he woke up, before he called for me leading me to think there was a ghost upstairs, but that's another thread

He was given actual breakfast afterwards on both occasions blush

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