I hope you enjoyed the little foodie adventure told by the munchkins themselves.
Don't you wish you can go and visit biscuit mountain?
Because I really do
and maybe one day we will and munch on yummy biscuits all day and night.
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This had been a very difficult adventure to write since I have spent a while trying to figure out how to right it.
I actually wanted to have this post, posted at the beginning of of January so that it actually matched
the opening of The Hobbit movie,
however I realised I have really sorted out a Lord of the Rings adventure so I didn't really need to add this in...
But it was a peice that I really wanted to add in and HAZZAH it gets added here,
but then my problem was... how to link it in to my foodie adventures.
That is how my good old friend B-Boy Bennie comes in!
He is the awesome munchkin who helped me decide this story all due to a funny incident on our snowboarding holiday.
One year, Bennie and a bunch of my munchkins went on holiday to Switerland to go snowboarding,
when we arrived there we where starving and sleeping so we all decided to crawl into our hotel room and pass out... BUT we were too hungry to sleep.
Luckily before travelling to Switzerland you stocked up on snacks and Mary handed out the yummy foodies,
since Bennie was actually on the top bed of a bunk bed he couldn't get any of the snacks.
In the end I think Jas decided to hand him a cookie, which Ben actually dived for it and since he was so close to the ceiling he knocked himself out.
So in the end we had a slighty dizzy Ben laying on the bed with a cookie in his hand.
That is why I choose to have the mountain be filled with biscuits instead of mithril haha!
So if you ask me is this story based off a real life story,
I can say yes it partly is and I am sure Bennie wouldn't mind me turning sure a funny moment into a foodie adventure haha.
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As for my choice of biscuits,
I needed to stock up on biscuits since I ate all my collection due to boredom and being ill so I went hunting for my Cadbury's biscuits in the supermarket and that was when I noticed Quirks.
I remembered someone telling me that Quirks are really good and that I should really give them a try
but at the time I put them off because
I had the feeling that the chocolate inside would be slightly harden and a pain to eat,
so I never bought them.
This time I saw a few different ones and got curious so I decided to give it and try
The chocolate centre is actually a melted chocolate centre,
which is amazing, its as if eating a cookie dipped in a chocolate fondant!
It's a perfect after a meal treat without much mess and once you tuck into one you will become addicted and want more and more!
They may now be able to take the place of my most love Cadbusy's Turkish Delight Biscuits, which I love to dunk in my tea and taste the chocolatey goodness
But they have my craving snack for when ever I feel peak-ish or craving for chocolate I dive stright to Quirks!
They may look simple with nothing special but trust me,
there is much more to them then you actually think and they will satisfy your sugary needs!
So when you see them don't walk away from them,
give them a little try you might just fall in love with them hehe.
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I hope you all have enjoyed the fun little munchkin adventure
for reading and popping by!
I hope you see you all again very soon on our next foodie adventure!
Some of you may know its Chinese New Year, and year of the Snake
so happy new yearssssssssss,
Hope you all have a wonderful year of the golden snake ^^
See you all very soon!
~ XXX ~