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Is it too early in the day for chocolate cake?

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jaynehater Sat 07-Jul-07 06:57:10

DD1 woke up at her usual vile early time, and to cheer myself up I made chocolate cake for tea-time(the yum nigella one with the sour cream) It's nearly ready, and it's smelling gooooood......fortify me against standing in the corner with my back to my children, eating it from the tin with a spoon.

XcupcakemummyX Sat 07-Jul-07 07:10:32

enjoy

snowwonder Sat 07-Jul-07 07:11:20

oohhhh sounds delicious,,,,,, enjoy

earlgrey Sat 07-Jul-07 07:18:20

It's never too early for chocolate cake ..... Spoon away!

FrannyandZooey Sat 07-Jul-07 07:18:45

if you eat it now, you'll feel crap by about 9.30 and be craving more sugar

sorry to be dull

save it for tea time and enjoy it properly

obbley Sat 07-Jul-07 07:20:32

make two and enjoy

FoghornLeghorn Sat 07-Jul-07 07:20:56

Boo Hoo Franny !

Eat it! Eat it ! Eat it! Eat it!

unknownrebelbang Sat 07-Jul-07 07:21:44

Yes!

Save it for after tea. Just the thought of it makes me feel bleugh at the moment.

This from a chocoholic.

allgonebellyup Sat 07-Jul-07 07:22:19

No.

it is never too early.

Believe me.

barney2 Sat 07-Jul-07 07:37:47

You're making me peckish.....so I'd say anytime is a good time to eat choccie cake!

TrinityRhino Sat 07-Jul-07 07:55:47

never too early for chocolate cake
get a BIG spoon, you can shovel it in quicker then

justgivemeoneminute Sat 07-Jul-07 07:58:49

Spoon? Nah, use your hands....looovvveellly.....

jaynehater Sat 07-Jul-07 07:59:29

Bugger. I've eaten it. I am weak Franny, weak, I tell you.

FrannyandZooey Sat 07-Jul-07 08:22:26



don't come crying to us when you feel shaky about 10 am

Radley Sat 07-Jul-07 08:24:19

tuck in, my dh gave my two dd's candyfloss for breakfast

Lullabyloo Sat 07-Jul-07 08:32:30

dooooooooooooooont do it......put it away at once & make
some porridge....or you'll get the jitters

jaynehater Sat 07-Jul-07 08:42:38

See, porridge is a problem here too. Despite fervent scottishness in all matters, DH never could get his head around porridge with water and salt, so takes all porridge-making duties firmly on his own shoulders. Unfortunately, he overcompensates for his deprived childhood by lobbing in anything from honey to double cream to maple syrup, (on occasion, all three) and thinks a light garnish of raspberries makes up for this. I can't believe we're not type II diabetics yet.

TrinityRhino Sat 07-Jul-07 08:47:22

lol I only eat prridge like that too

I'll join you for the jitters cause I've just eaten half a packet of nice bicuits

Nbg Sat 07-Jul-07 08:48:20

I'm eating lemon drizzle for breakfast.
If I had chocolate cake I'd eat that

sandcastles Sat 07-Jul-07 08:58:42

It's 5.30pm here, so I say now is a perfect time for cake!

Lullabyloo Sat 07-Jul-07 09:03:21

lol at you lot....how about trying agave syrup...gives you the sweet kick but not that terrible sugar rush

apple puree & nuts & seeds is good on porridge too..or mashed banana

justgivemeoneminute Sat 07-Jul-07 09:07:48

Porridge???....oooh noooo....choccie cake for me with lashings of chocolate icing in the middle and melted chocolate on top...full of calories and full of yumminess!

Lullabyloo Sat 07-Jul-07 09:11:03

<<<<<tuts disapprovingly>>>>>>>

MorocconOil Sat 07-Jul-07 09:20:56

I have just made some krispie cakes with marshmallow and golden syrup for a party. I turned the telly on for the DC so I could make them without them noticing as they'd want some. I ended up eating loads and now feel sick.

Chocolate cake sounds healthy in comparison.

justgivemeoneminute Sat 07-Jul-07 10:47:38

....but chocolate is healthy, isn't it?

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