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Twiglett Tue 01-Feb-05 15:54:10

Planning on making a fort / castle for DS' 4th birthday

According to DS it must have a dungeon .. so I've sort of worked out how to do that (well how to attempt to do that) but I want some kind of lattice work edible thing to act as a grille over the top of the 'dungeon' ... is there anything I can buy that would work for that? .. it doesn't really have to be edible I suppose but it would be good

along the lines of I'm using ice cream cornets for the tops of the towers .. IYKWIM

suzywong Tue 01-Feb-05 15:55:15

I think you are looking at chocolate fingers, madame

hoxtonchick Tue 01-Feb-05 15:55:16

could you somehow stick lots of those chocolate tiwglets together? would be very apt!

CountessDracula Tue 01-Feb-05 15:55:18

Matchmakers?

miggy Tue 01-Feb-05 15:56:01

Chocolate finger biscuits? good for walls too
Or arent there sort of lattice waffle biscuits you can get?
Liquorice (Sp?)

suzywong Tue 01-Feb-05 15:56:09

matchmakers, of course,

chocolate twigletts, lol!

Twiglett Tue 01-Feb-05 15:58:13

matchmakers .. fabulous idea

do they still sell them?

the waffle .. am liking that .. where from??

any other thoughts

CountessDracula Tue 01-Feb-05 15:58:59

They do still make them

hoxtonchick Tue 01-Feb-05 15:59:14

oh yeah, matchmakers . you can get them in sainsbury's.

suzy i am writing to you as we speak!

collision Tue 01-Feb-05 16:24:25

Sweet waffles are in the bread section at Sains or Tesco. If you sliced thru it then you would have a very thin lattice effect.

Also, you could melt some chocolate and do a sort of lattice effect with an icing bag onto greaseproof paper. Once it is cold it will be hard enough to use.

Twiglett Tue 01-Feb-05 16:36:22

oo piping a lattice with chocolate .. sounds tricky

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