babycino

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babycino

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babyccino

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a drink of frothy milk with a chocolate topping, designed as an alternative to coffee for young children
[from baby + cappuccino]
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DOES your little one like to sip a babyccino while you get your coffee fix?
Parents, teachers and children are welcome to come down to the store and enjoy a range of literacy-themed activities on offer that aim to teach children about the environment, while also enjoying a complimentary Babyccino or fruit juice.
And yes, you're right: I do see the babyccino as a gateway drug to chainstore coffee addiction.
Order coffee and cake and they'll make a Babyccino for little ones with no caffeine, just lots of froth and a bit of chocolate!
(As performed beautifully by John Sergeant in Strictly.) Babyccino A drink of frothy steamed milk, often served with a sweet topping.
A starter, main course, dessert and babyccino is only PS5.95 - a really reasonable deal for the quality of the food in our book.
Children's menu for pounds 5.95 includes starter, main course, dessert, and babyccino (warm milk dusted with chocolate) DISABLED ACCESS: The restaurant has both disabled access and disabled toilets.
It was faultless and Otis was overjoyed with his Babyccino - warm milk frothed-up cappuccino style and dusted with chocolate - and chocolate ice-cream, which we were happy to give him after such a healthy meal.
In true 'grown-up' style, the Mini-tea menu comes complete with scones, Cornish clotted cream and English preserves - as well as the choice of tea, baby chai latte, babyccino or fruit juice.
The children were bewitched by the brownies and devoured enormous slices along with a dainty 'babyccino' each - frothy milk sprinkled with chocolate and served in an espresso cup.
Parents, teachers and children are welcome to come down to the stores and enjoy a range of literacy-themed activities on offer that aim to teach children about the environment, while also enjoying a complimentary Babyccino or fruit juice.
Weirdly, they seem to need to prove to us that they're good parents who have a great relationship with their child, although ironically their child can't get a word in edgeways cos mummy's too busy hollering in her face 'WOULD YOU LIKE A BABYCCINO BEFORE WE GO TO BALLET, DARLING?' while the rest of us flinch at the racket she's making.