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    Too many brownie's = not good for the figure. :eusa_eh:


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    sorry junk recipe....low fat cream cheese...tsk tsk tsk...i bet you would use cream cheese in tiramsu.
     
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    I can't pack a little novelty sized bag of M&M's in my daughter's lunch, as her snack. The girl will eat vegetables ANY DAY over sweets, and M&M's are really the only candy she cares about, but we're not allowed to pack candy in the lunch.

    This is a paid-for, pre-K daycare, however. I can understand that being a rule, since it's a private institution, and they should be allowed to make their own rules. But I don't agree with it in public school.
     

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