Thursday, December 18, 2008

Buckeye Bars, Hip Hop Thursday & A Scrapbook page!

We'll talk food first! If you love buckeye's, but hate the time it takes to make them, then this is the recipe for you...BUCKEYE BARS! Super quick and easy and they taste exactly the same! No more rolling, parrifin wax, dipping, etc. I made several batches of these to put on my cookie and candy trays I give out to neighbors. Here is the recipe:

1/2 cup melted butter
dash of vanilla
18 oz. jar of peanut butter
1/2 cup of brown sugar
2 1/2 cups of conf. sugar
2 cups of chocolate chips
Mix peanutbutter, brown sugar, conf. sugar in bowl and then press into an ungreased 13x9x2 pan. Melt butter, vanilla and chocolate chips in a microwave save bowl and stir. Spread this mixutre on top of the peanut butter mixture. Put in the fridge or freezer until chocolate topping is set. Cut into squares and serve! D-licious!
Here is a page I did for Sally's scrapbook sketch challenge over on SCS found HERE. I made this page to go along with the page I made a couple of weeks ago found HERE. I used the same DP and diecuts from daisyd's Winter Fun kit. I created the faux stitched look with a black archival pen.

Don't forget that today is Hip Hop Thursday at UNITY. Go check out what awesome deals Angela will have today! I can't wait! I have some birthday money from my MIL that will be used on the hip hop deals today!

Have a happy stamping day!



Dragana said...

I have to try this recipe, looks so yummy. You page is great! I love that layout.

Lisa Foster said...

WoooHooo! I was JUST thinking yesterday about making Buckeyes, but then poopoo'd it because I didn't feel like the hassle...Thank YOU SO MUCH!!!

I LOVE your page! Your faux stitching is awesome! Great Job!

Unknown said...

Mmmmmm yummy! and cute page!

Tenia Nelson said...

I love your page!! Man...I wish I could!!