Lucky tattie

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The Lucky Tattie is a type of traditional sweet made in Scotland. The lucky tattie is made of a white fondant solid core flavoured with cassia, and steamed and covered with cinnamon powder. The tattie used to contain a small plastic lucky charm in the centre (like a tiny animal or toy), hence the lucky. Due to health and safety they were removed.[1]

"Tiny tatties"

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  1. ^ eHowUK Judith Wilson 2020ː How to make lucky tatties

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