Fairy Bread

Introduction: Fairy Bread

Fairy Bread is a piece of white bread with margarine or butter and covered with hundreds and thousands (Sprinkles) . They are always cut into triangle NEVER SQUARES. 
Usually served at children's parties in Australia and New Zealand.

This little treat reminds me of all of my birthday parties in Australia and is a must for every children's party in Australia. 

Step 1: What You Will Need

You will need:
White toast bread
Butter/margarin
Sprinkles/100's and 1000's on a plate which is about the size of the piece of toast
Spreading Knife

Step 2: Piece of Toast

Spread butter evenly all over the bread. Make sure not to miss any places or there will be empty gaps when spreading the sprinkles.

Step 3: Spreading the Sprinkles

We shall now spread the sprinkles over the toast bread. We do this by turning the bread butter side on the plate with the sprinkles. Press firmly on the back of the toast all over the bread to ensure that the sprinkles stick. Do this until the sprinkles are spread evenly.

Step 4: Cutting and Eating

Now we shall cut the bread into triangles. 
Now you may enjoy your Fairy Bread
ENJOY

Michael Schmid

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    6 Comments

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    RedVelvetBows
    RedVelvetBows

    7 years ago

    It's so easy and looks adorable! I bet it tastes even better then it looks. Congrats for being awesome lol ?

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    stevenorigami
    stevenorigami

    1 year ago

    Hi! I'd love to make it! but I don't have sprinkles! Could you offer me something else instead?

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    punkgirl
    punkgirl

    Reply 1 year ago

    It is possible to make your own sprinkles with a stiff royal icing. Pipe in thin lines or small dots all over parchment paper. Leave in a dry place to harden over night. If piping thin lines break them up into small pieces. Store in an airtight container in a dry place for up to 12 months :)

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    punkgirl
    punkgirl

    6 years ago

    Use peanut butter or Nutella for a bit of a twist :)

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    stevenorigami
    stevenorigami

    Reply 1 year ago

    oh! thank you i will try even I am not the author but I don't have sprinkles!