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December 12, 2007

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Jo Carey

Hi! Just answering your call for dried cranberry recipes.http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/15300/fruity+chocolate+no+bake+sliceI made this for the chillens a while ago - but they didn't even get a look-in on them. And yes, i appreciate the fact that they can take something healthy, and then cover it in chocolate and thickened cream. But it tastes good!Congrats on the BPS thing!

Jo

Sorry - just repairing that link for you...http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/15300/fruity+chocolate+no+bake+slice

Trace

Nic, I have a great recipe for the yummiest craisin bars, (and yep they do have chocolate on them...) so how should I send it to you?

sarahthescrapper

Totally know what you mean about the Pantry! But look at it this way - cranberries are very good for you, so it's a good addiction to have!I'm so going to have to make some of those cookies!LOVE your christmas cards! So simple yet so effective!Your book is being given to me for christmas and I can't wait!

Trace

Okay, so I'm going to copy Shauna here and type it out... (and by the way Shauna am sending you positive vibes, but can't leave a comment on your blog, 'cos I haven't got round to becoming a blogger!!)Christmas Cranberry Bars125g butter1 c white sugar2 Tbsp golden syrup1 c flour1 c coconut1 egg1 cup dried fruit or your choice (I like dried apricots and peaches...)Half a cup of craisins (dried cranberries)4 weetbixhalf a cup of chocolate melts1. Preheat oven to 180 C.2. Spray a slice tin iwth non stick baking spray.3. In a saucepan, melt butter, sugar and golden syrup over a medium heat.4. Remove from heat, add remaining ingredients and mix thoroughly.5. Press into prepared tin. Bake for 25- 30 mins until golden brown.6. Cut into bars while still warm but leave in tin until cold before removing.7. Place melts in a small bowl. Microwave on medium for about 1 min, remove and stir until all melted. Drizzle over top of slice.Eat them (and try to leave some for the kids to try!!)

barb

Congrats on BPS, Nic! That's awesome. :)I like the stamps you designed too. Wow. You are truly talented, my friend. :)

Anonymous

Hey Nic! Congrats on BPS!! That's fantastic!! Love your stamps too!Chris M.

josie

nic, i so relate to the weight thing, though i'm not a lifetime weight watchers, i will be watching my weight for a lifetime, oh and on getting old too. just turned 38, (not that thats' old, but still), its startin to get to me. Waddaya gonna do. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas,josie (iod)

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