It's a humble, yet noble foodstuff: white bread, the cheapest that money can buy, slathered in butter and sprinkled not-so-liberally with hundreds and thousands.
Yes, we're talking about Fairy Bread, the staple of children's birthday parties nationwide, and in July named the 'Next Big Thing In Food' by American website Refinery 29.
But it seems one website in the US has hilariously misunderstood this Aussie classic, and very nearly ruined it.
Contrary to what our friends at Epicurious believe, we don't actually eat it "as breakfast, as a snack in-between meals, or after dinner to finish off the meal".
And don't even get us started on how they told their readers to make it...
"To make fairy bread, use a nice cultured butter (even better, make your own) and spread it on thick; about 2 tablespoons per piece of toast," it reads.
SORRY WHAT? Nope, just nope. Margerine will do, butter, if you must, but cultured butter? What even is that? And 2 TABLESPOONS per slice? We're all for slathering it on but that's a little excessive.
"As for the sprinkles," the article continues. "Although classic round rainbow sprinkles are traditional for Aussies, I much prefer the texture of sparkly sanding sugar, which makes the treat more like the sugared toast I grew up with. But since there are almost as many different types of sprinkles as there are rainbow foods, you can have a uniquely decorated fairy bread every day of the week."
Back in July social media exploded with reactions to this delicious sweet delicacy ("it's like sugar toast!", 'it's so pretty!", "I feel like I'm on a cloud!"), but let's just hope they're getting fed the proper information to enjoy this delicacy properly.
Yes, they're a bit late to the party, but we'll let this one pass thanks to their sheer enthusiasm for this national treasure treat.