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Hi :-) I’m going to my sisters wedding on December 13th and her eldest is 2 years old, I’ve heard the little girl in question has a very sweet tooth so was wondering what sweets everbody thought would be appropriate please. TIA


Posted by Teamgorgeous, 6th November 2014


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  • Fruit


  • Christ – that’s sad hey! I would be going for yoghurt covered fruit and calling them lollies!


  • If you folk are referring to Natural Confectionary Co. lollies are you aware that they have a high sugar level. Allens have a lower sugar level than they do.
    Are you expected to take sweets (lollies or dessert) ? If her eldest is 2 years old, how old is the other/s? Are the other/s old enough to have sweets? If so you need to consider what is suitable for them and give them all the same. Are the younger one/s going to get upset if they are old enough to the know the eldest one is going to have them ? There is a few issues to consider in making a wise decision. Have you discussed it with your sister at all?


  • What did you go with? They like chocolate, m&ms,


  • Does she need to be given sweets? Stick to marshmallows, fruit, banana smoothie, dried apricots, dates, sultanas, cranberries, yoghurts.


  • I also agree either fruit or Natural confectionary lollies


  • My kids love marshmallows or fruit


  • Frozen pieces of fruit ideally or sugar free, presetvative free, and no artificially coloring.


  • I think the Natural confectionary lollies are quite good – but remember they are treats. I’m not quite sure what you are asking though? Are you taking some sweets to give her?


  • Not certain if you mean lollies or desserts. There are actually sugar free lollies in supermarkets designed for diabetic folk and people watching their sugar intake and they are quite nice.
    Dessert: I would go with the good old fashioned trifle (jam roll, jelly, custard, fruit salad and topped with cream) yummm.


  • My boys love marshmallows as a treat.


  • My son loves this fruit bites rolled on coconut. I love that he’s at least getting some nutritional value.

    Our weekly babychino with two marshmallows on top is always a big hit too ☺


  • You could make a slice or balls with cacao, coconut, chia seeds, dates and natural honey.


  • Do you mean lollies or desserts? If its lollies then Naturals might be ok for a special occasion.


  • fruit fruit and more fruit! U know what I do? Put grapes in the freezer! It’s like mini bite-sized ice blocks! Custard if she has a sweet tooth would be appropriate, dairy yet sweet.


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