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« Cold outside :: Warm inside | Main | New Year, New Yarn »

January 15, 2011


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don't know how i missed these! i followed the link from Kelly's blog. can't wait to try them out, am very partial to cheesy nibblies :o)
don't think we'll have any trouble scoffing them here ..perhaps i'd better make double.


Made these today- delish!


Hmmm....what kind of cheese? Any thing will do?


okay ... showing my lack of computer knowledge and math skills, but that's where i'm at today. heh.

i tried posting an earlier comment but didn't take that last little step to put a code in a box to confirm i wasn't sending massive amounts of spam here so that comment went somewhere other than this blog. anyway ...

what i tried to write earlier was, first, my thanks for a cheery blog full of colors and craftiness. much appreciated!

second, i went to www.onlineconversion.com to translate grams into whatever i could use here in the usa to make those yummy-sounding cheese treats. here are the answers i found at that website:

90 g = 14.49 tablespoons OR 7.24 ounces OR .90 cup (butter/olive oil spread)

100 g = 16.10 tablespoons OR 8.05 ounces OR 01 cup (flour and cheese)

hope that helps others, too.

that makes my first comment above make a bit more sense, huh? :)

thanks again.



meant to add:

190 degrees celcius = 374 (375) degrees fahrenheit.

might have to make some cheesy nibbles tonight. :)

thanks again.


Nicole Anderson

I've gotten into the habit of checking your site daily..always on the look out for something new. You certainly have a way with words and always so upbeat and positive! Such a breath of fresh air! Thanks for putting a little sunshine into each day.
btw, these are wonderful, my kiddies ate them up!!


Corrrrrrrrrrr they look good! I was in baking mode myself today, must be the weather - we did brownies, I don't know if I can contain myself til after tea to have one!

Love Julia x x x


down here in the southern US, we have what we call "cheese straws" which is strikingly similar to your recipe, with some added spices (such as cyanne pepper if you like a little heat) then we roll them out like straws and bake them. and yes, they are YUMMO!!


Mmm they look yummy. I think my littles would quite like those and just three ingredients makes me very happy.

We are having a snow day here which is always a good excuse to do a bit of baking. Actually any day is an excuse to do a bit of baking.


Hi Lucy, lovely to catch up with your posts! Glad you had a great Christmas and New Year. Loved your colourful year to date pics......coclour is so gratefully received in January!

Fab apron by the way. Might have to try out the cheesy nibbles!

Have a super day!

Love Vanessa xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


I made some of your gorgeous golden gems last night. My husband did indeed 'scoff' them. A fabulous little recipe and so easy and quick to make. Thank you for sharing it with us.
These will remain a definate favourite from now on.
Happy New year to you and your family.
B x

Mandy Rose

They sound fab....guess what i'm having for lunch. Don't you just love a savory nibble?


Oooo - cheesy scoffs sounds the perfect name. If it wasn't so late, and my husband hadn't eaten the last of the cheddar :-( I would be making them right now!

The Garden Bell

WOW-ZA... perfect for our Soup dinner tonight. I was looking for just the right side dish. How can you go wrong with C-H-E-E-Z-E....melty, gooie cheese...


Can't wait to try them - sound perfect with a glass of something chilled and lovely. X


I make these too. Sometimes I also add a litte cayenne pepper to make them spicy. YUMMY.


Hola Lucy!!! Quiero decirte que amo tu Blog, son preciosos tus trabajos y tambien tus fotos!!! Te mando un beso desde Argentina!!!

The Curious Cat

These sound delicious! I'm book marking this page for later so I can definitely make them when I'm feeling naughty and in need of a treat! xxx


Hooray - I have long been in need of some lunchbox inspiration that my children will actually eat. Fed up of lunchboxes returning half eaten (or not eaten at all) with some amazing excuses for not eating!!

nicola pengelly

mmmm they loook uber yummy.... fancy whipping me up a batch and sending some to cornwall! i don't need to struggle with a knife to eat those!!!!!


They sound sooooo good. Now all you need to tell me is that they're not fattening!!!!!!!!!!!

Blessings Gail

Pati from London

they look really yummy!! Will try them this week. Thanks for the idea!! x Pati


Hi Lucy, I've been following your Attic for a long time and decided to say a hello. I am sure your blog inspire many people and bright our days. Thanks for sharing!


yum, I make these with cayenne pepper to give them some kick....now I feel like making some!

Lori Certalic

Thank you, Lucy, for making the long dark days of winter on the Northern Plains so much brighter...I stumbled upon your blog while searching for crochet projects and instruction ( I am new to the wonderful world of granny squares )...I find myself getting lost in your cheery tales and beautiful photographs. You are simply a delight and I thank you!
Have a wonderful day....

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