Is it teething time for your little one?

 

There's nothing better than having a sweet treat with your morning (or afternoon, or evening) cup of coffee.

 

And whether you like to sneak a snack in daily (oops!) or just fancy having one every now and again, it's an indulgence like no other.

 

Here at MummyPages we love a little goodie, so we've come up with our top four favourite treats to have with our cuppa:

 

1. Chocolate biscuit slice

 

 

If we're being very naughty, we love a good chocolate biscuit cake slice. The gooey delicious chocolate mixed with the crunch of the biscuit is just too good. Pair that with coffee and you're in heaven.

 

2. A doughnut

 

 

For days when we're really bold, there's nothing better than making our way through a juicy doughnut. Especially lately when we're spoiled for choice in Dublin, a doughnut is the perfect cheat day treat. YUM. 

 

3. Biscuits (ALL the biscuits)

 

 

If you haven't noticed already we're obsessed with biscuits. Whether it's a plain biscuit, a chocolate biscuit or basically just anything to do with a biscuit, we're there. We're SO there.

 

4. Cupcakes

 

 

Cupcakes in all shapes and sizes are just the BOMB. Icing, no icing, filling, fruit, cream - there's so many combinations and something to suit everyone in the office. Each one is a little bit different and that's why we love them. Also... lots of sugar. 

 

Go on, treat yourself! 

 

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