We get the battered Mars bars down here, it's the deep fried pizza I want to try. I found them in Montrose at the end of my TGO walk but I was too full of fish and chips to attempt a slice. I think they called it Crunchy?
i dont know how anyone can drink irn bru, my son loves it but i wont let him have it(his gran lets him occasionaly) its the most sickly sweet orange coloured muck ive ever had the miss fortune to taste...as for covering in batter well that stops with a nice piece of haddock for me.
I don't like the diet stuff, but then I don't like those no added sugar drinks that are beyond sickly sweet; no wonder kids end up believing they need so much sugar.
I reckon a taste for the fake sweeteners is worse for them, and that in moderation a little sugar isn't going to do any harm. Good toothbrushes are a very, very good thing
The drinks with artificial sweeteners are labeled as such; usually called "Diet" or "light" or something like. If they're labeled "No Added Sugar" iy means just that; that the bottler didn't add anything to it. Instead the sugar comes from whatever occurs naturally in said drink.
It surprises many that plain ordinary fresh squeezed fruit juice (with nothing added) contains more sugar naturally than a Coke has added! And it's just as acidic on your teeth. That's why some of the juice bottlers/boxers are now marketing various juice boxes marked Juice For Tots which is basically just pure juice diluted with water.
Not here it doesn't it's so full of the artificial stuff that I can taste it hours later and trying to find diluting juice that doesn't have artificial sweeteners added is a pain.
The auntie drinks those fruit shoots things and I have no idea how she manages to swallow them, they're beyond sweet.
My kids did get diluting juice, but one had an allergy to azo dyes and I hated the thought of them getting the artificial sweetners so often I just made or bought fruit syrups and diluted those right down for them.
There's always ribena too
Hot ribena at camp is a goodie