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What do you spread on your toast?

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Windella7799 (author)2015-07-07

I Love toast! love the smell of toast! I don't like toast cooked in the toaster,though,I prefer to broil it on both sides in the oven under the broiler.Then slather butter and raspberry jelly! YUM! I also love toasted peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Raspberry is my favorite,but strawberry and apricot are good as well.

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RosvithaP (author)2014-09-24

Sometimes just butter and a little bit of salt. Occasionally plum jelly or just some honey...

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randomtower (author)2013-12-04

Margarine, occasionally nutella, and if it's a toast for a burger, ketchup :3

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mountain_fresh (author)2013-12-04

Skippy crunchy peanut butter and Smuckers sugar free jam.

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Sashanbad (author)2013-12-03

Margarine, and NUTELLA!!! Yum!

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mickryobe (author)2013-12-03

Fifty 50 Marmalade.
It is for diabetics but is an excellent marmalade.
50% of their profits goes to The Diabetic Association.

Mickey Oberman

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Penolopy Bulnick (author)2013-12-03

Peanut butter and Honey or Peanut Butter and Cinnamon Sugar!

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garnishrecipes (author)2013-07-30

Avocado and mayonnaise! No lie. I swear.

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SpringRobin (author)2013-06-11

I'm not going to lie to you. Some days it's Nutella but I really do enjoy Cheez Whiz

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andrju018 (author)2013-06-11

Bread and Swisse cheese:)

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robin013 (author)2013-06-08

When it comes to cooking, baking, and mealtime, butter has a definite role in the kitchen and at the dinner table. I know that even mentioning the comparison of butter to margarine is going to stir up a lot of opinions, but even with my expectation of receiving negative emails I am going to express my view.

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whitestang429 (author)2013-04-19
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TeganJovanka (author)2013-02-15
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AussieAnglerGal (author)2012-04-10

VEGEMITE! hahahha, as disgusting as it might seem that stuff rocks, i mean i can agree, the idea of bitter, salty black paste isn't that appealing but it tastes great :)
also, peanut butter! aaaaand peanut butter and Vegemite together, seriously :)

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NOOOOOOOOOO! BLASPHEMER! My wife also defiles her Vegemite by mixing it with other sandwich fillings. Never! :D

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kkeagan (author)caarntedd2013-01-10

yeah i prefer promite but its sort of the same stuff so try
promite and pecans
promite and cheese
promite and lettuce
promite and poached egg

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hahahhaha, don't worry, i've only tried it once in a desperate afternoon snack! LOL
Vegemite is wonderful and should not, in any way be altered or added to things like they suggest on the jar :D
marmite,promite and that horrible cheesy-bite stuff is simply NOT VEGEMITE
we should dump the kangaroo and emu symbol and make a jar of Vegemite our national symbol! ;)

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happyjo (author)AussieAnglerGal2012-04-10

^^ awesome Australian right here

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AussieAnglerGal (author)happyjo2012-04-11

heehe, which one of us? :)

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kkeagan (author)2013-01-10

cheese and sliced green apple

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onrust (author)2012-08-24
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Moem (author)2012-07-26

I don't eat much toast, but... can it be a sprinkle instead of a spread? If so, then hagelslag!

(Most of you would probably call these 'chocolate sprinkles', and consider them something to sprinkle on pies or ice cream. But I'm Dutch, so it'scalled hagelslag, and it's completely appropriate and common to eat it on bread or toast.)

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essentialfoodstorage02 (author)2012-06-26

I love chocolate flavored or cheese flavored margarine...for my toasted bread and stuffs like that... love to eat in the morning with hot black coffee, or sometimes coffee-latte... and egg sandwich and....so much more to mention... I have big appetite specially for healthy food stuffs... :-)

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Pushthatbolder (author)2012-06-26

depends on my mood, either Butter and Honey or Avocado

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chief_in_training (author)2012-05-29

I spread peanut butter sprinkle with brown sugar than dribble with vanilla. I came up with it by my self and me and my sisters love it. Hope you do to :)

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meetscottewart01 (author)2012-05-10

whatta cute topic!
well, for me, sugar and margarine is the best spread..
and hey! partner it with a shake!
hmmmmmm... yummy! :p

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caarntedd (author)2012-04-21

This is a great topic. I can't believe how many comments there are so far regarding toast spreads. Love yer werk.

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interesting isn't it? Vegemite's getting a few votes! LOL

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AussieAnglerGal (author)2012-04-21

any Vegemite fans reading this can join my group- Group Vegemite! :)

PS-awesome topic happyjo :D

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Puzzledd (author)2011-02-08

Vegemite...I'm an Aussie! But I love home-made plum jam... or any kind of jam. Yum!

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Tornado96 (author)Puzzledd2011-02-15

Vegemite is the best on toast but for some reason I don't fancy it on "un-toasted" bread...

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Puzzledd (author)Tornado962011-02-15

I agree! Peanut butter is beaut on toast or fresh bread but Vegemite is definitely a toast-topper IMO (though my son used to love it on thick slices of fresh bread hot from the breadmaker).

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Tornado96 (author)Puzzledd2011-02-15

hmmm interesting. Thick bread... I'll have to try that!

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Puzzledd (author)Tornado962011-02-16

My Dad used to have thick bread, thick butter and thick Vegemite. Not my taste- I like a thin scraping, otherwise it "burns" my lips.

Heard this morning that Kraft are bringing out a "healthy" version of Vegemite... will be interesting. I tried their "Cheesybite Vegemite" when it came out, but didn't like the creamy taste.

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AussieAnglerGal (author)Puzzledd2012-04-10

that cheesybite stuff cannot, at all be associated with vegemite :)
PS- love your pic, kookaburras are awesome :)

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Tornado96 (author)Puzzledd2011-02-16

Yeha I heard about the "healthy version." lol I can't wait to see how this will result.

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happyjo (author)Puzzledd2011-02-08

Oooh, yes!I love Vegemite! And plum jam is the best! :D

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Puzzledd (author)happyjo2011-02-09

Hey! Didn't think you'd get Vegemite in Alaska :D Good on ya, mate!

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happyjo (author)Puzzledd2011-02-09

Well we actually got it from a friend who used to live in Australia! I don't know if we can find it up here but i hope! I haven't had any in a long long time!

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Puzzledd (author)happyjo2011-02-09

Once you've got the taste for it, there's nothing quite like it - forget Marmite and the others. My son used to have it for breakfast, lunch and after-school snack (on home-made bread) till we realised it wasn't really good for him in those quantities ;P

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here here, vegemite rules the world of toast
life without vegemite would be incomplete :)

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happyjo (author)caarntedd2011-03-21

I wish I ate more vegemite! I really have only had it once, but I love it! :D

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caarntedd (author)happyjo2011-03-21

Where did you try it? Can you get it in Alaska?

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