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January 15, 2011


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Yum yum, thanks for sharing. I am often on the lookout for snacks for the kids and will try them for the Monday post school nibblies instead of cookies! Have a good afternoon. Lucy x


They sound yummy!

Susie Moten

I wrap the dough around green olives- makes for great party appetizers!! Love your blog, Lucy! Thanks, Susie from Texas


I love the sound of Cheesey Scoffs! ;-) I just might have to give these a try!! Thanks for sharing.b


My mother used to make a similar treat, but only made them for parties. She put chopped nuts and a little dried red pepper in them for a little zing. I loved them!! Thanks for the reminder. I must make some today in her memory!!!


I am going to make these for my fussy 10 year old daughter's lunch box. Apparently she hates sandwiches...



India Black

I was just feeling a little peckish and then I read your blog... Needless to say, I am going to make these right now and sit down and eat them (maybe) ALL! Thanks for the idea!

~India~ your daily follower from Canada!

Crafty Gardener

These sound delicious and I will have to try some.


Thanks Lucy! I have a surplus of cheese at the moment and these sound delicious!
Off to try them now...


Yum! Sounds like my kind of recipe.


Looks and sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing!


Ooh now they sound lovely - just as well for my diet that I don't have any cheese left in the house! Just put it on the shopping list though ;0)


Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!


Cheesy Scoffs sounds good!! When I was at primary school (many, many years ago!) our cook used to make something similar and I haven't eaten them since but I'll be making them very soon, yum!



Okay, I'm officially hungry!! Anyone else hungry as I am now?!

Shelley in SC

A wonderful use of your new apron : )!!


I've bookmarked this post in my 'Yummy' folder!


These sound good to me....just might have to make some.....now :-)
A x


What a weird coincidence, I so nearly made these today! Instead I was sensible and used up the leftover mashed potato to make savoury potato scones. Mary Berry uses more-or-less your recipe for her 'Dorchester Biscuits' with the addition of chopped nuts. Personally I prefer the three-ingredient version - gotta love such a simple recipe :)


OOooo, these look scrummy, yummy :0)
Bet my brood will love 'em!
I'll give them a try tomorrow.
Thankyou for sharing Lucy.
Have a great weekend,
Donna x


Simple and satisfying; my kind of recipe and my kind of food! I'm off to make some now!

susan hall

hi Lucy and yum yum ! those cheesy scoffs look just the job for a wet saturday afternoon wearing ones CK " pinny" as we say round here! I have the very same one, also a sales purchase.
It was very nice the other day to see you were still wearing your hand made socks, I thought they may have gone the way of all my maternity wear after the event, in the bin !! I was always so fed up with the stuff that had almost constant wear at the end i used to chuck the lot.
Off now to the kitchen to put the oven on. Love Susan x
PS I did in the end teach myself to crochet and do you know what it was as you said it would be, easy ! now I am churning out the cushions and blankets like a pro' and my family are getting wary.


Yum yum they sound lovely and an easy recipe - just what I like. My god-daughter and her brother often pop in to make cupcakes - I might see if they fancy trying these for a change. I think cheesy scoffs would be their name in my house. Thanks Lucy xx


you ought to call 'em
Easy Cheesy (Nibbles) !!!

thanks for posting the recipe, it sounds absolutely yummy, I plan to make some for us later today. We're just post- an enormous snowstorm, it's cold as a witch's, um, youknow... around here and something really nice like that ought to go down a treat!
Abbey, in Boston, USA

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