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This recipe combines two iconic Australian treats, fairy bread and lamingtons.

This is the perfect party food for anyone young or old! I mean really, who doesn’t love fairy bread?

If you are lazy like me just grab a ready made cake from Coles or Woolworths, ice them and then roll in hundreds and thousands.

BUT if you want to make them from scratch you can get the recipe HERE on Taste.com.au

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  • I am a fan. They look simply amazing really.

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  • Yum, so pretty and I bet they taste so good!!

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  • Such a brilliant way of combining two Aussie icons. I love the traditional recipe for lamingtons but sometimes it’s great to switch things up a bit.

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  • Not a fan of hundred and thousands this way and not on lamingtons – prefer traditional lamingtons.

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  • Oh wow! This combines my two favourite childhood treats. I can’t wait to make a batch of these.

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  • No we’re not lovers of hundreds and thousands, but thanks for sharing.

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  • Ohh yummy hack

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  • I’m doing it the cheats way, but love the idea!

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  • I would rather hundreds and thousands than coconut which is much harder to get out of my teeth..

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  • They look so festive, but I like traditional lamingtons.

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  • I’ll take the quick and easy option

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  • I’ll take the lazy option of premise cake! And can’t wait to try these!!!

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  • I love hundreds and thousands and they would certainly be delicious on lamingtons!

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  • OMG YES! So amazing and they look super fun!

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  • there’s awesome! me and my bub..we love them!!!

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