Jelly Babies! my grandma gave me these - they're from England - & pretty goood

Jelly Babies! my grandma gave me these - they're from England - & pretty goood

Jelly Babies to Jammie Dodgers: The Food History of Doctor Who on epicurious

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Jelly Babies to Jammie Dodgers: The Food History of Doctor Who on epicurious

"Jelly Babies to manual." The very first time I heard of these candies was when I watched Tom Baker's Dr. Who. He ate them all the time.I was disappointed - we couldn't get them in the states at that time.

"Jelly Babies to manual." The very first time I heard of these candies was when I watched Tom Baker's Dr. Who. He ate them all the time.I was disappointed - we couldn't get them in the states at that time.

.UK - Bassett's - Jelly Babies candy box - 1970's to early 1980's by JasonLiebig, via Flickr

.UK - Bassett's - Jelly Babies candy box - 1970's to early 1980's by JasonLiebig, via Flickr

Jelly Babies were first launched by British sweetmakers' Bassett's as "Peace Babies" in 1918, to commemorate the end of the First World War.

Favourite traditional British sweets: in pictures

Jelly Babies were first launched by British sweetmakers' Bassett's as "Peace Babies" in 1918, to commemorate the end of the First World War.

Doctor Who's favorite AND now mine, the original (and best) Bassetts Jelly Babies -- 215gr (7.6oz) Bag: Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food

Doctor Who's favorite AND now mine, the original (and best) Bassetts Jelly Babies -- 215gr (7.6oz) Bag: Amazon.com: Grocery & Gourmet Food

"Project Marathon: recipe for success" - nutrition tips from the Guardian.

Project Marathon: Nutrition dos and don'ts for runners

"Project Marathon: recipe for success" - nutrition tips from the Guardian.

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