Rolled Oat Slice – Quick and Easy Baking – another one of my Grandmother’s simple recipes
125 grams or (1 cup) or 4 and a half ounces butter (unsalted)
1 cup brown sugar
1 cup coconut (desiccated)
2 cups rolled oats
Take out a bowl – Melt butter, add sugar and stir well till well mixed. Add coconut and rolled oats and mix well. Press into a greased slice tin and cook at 200 degrees Celsius or 392 degrees Fahrenheit for about 40 minutes or until golden brown. Once cooled slice.
Tip: Add some chopped dried apricots for extra flavour.
It is so lovely when readers leave 5 star reviews of your books. It makes all the hard, but fun work worth it.
Here are two I received recently:
By Lindsey on August 19, 2015
Usually I’m not a big fan of medical romances, but I definitely make an exception for this one. Not only were the characters dynamic and easy to relate to, but the author managed to combine just the right amount of drama and romance. I also found the plot of this read was wildly refreshing and not at all predictable–unlike most romances in this genre. Overall, I highly recommend this one. It’s a real breath of fresh air!
A Beautiful Book
By danielle anna on August 20, 2015 Format: Paperback
Lynda is blessed with a gift for writing heart warming stories. She has a wonderful imagination. This book captivates the heart of anyone who reads it. I love the story. Her writing is very uplifting and romantic. I started reading this and had to keep reading until I finished. It was that kind of book. It definitely takes the mind to a nice place. All the books by this author are a pleasant experience. Love the cover design too. This is a beautiful book.
Every time I see a Seagull walking alone on the beach away from its flock, I think of this wonderful story I read over ten years ago. What a beautiful dedication Richard makes at the beginning of the story:
“To the real Jonathan Seagull, who lives within us all.”
Australia Platypus Birthday Cake – The Cupcake Teahouse in Buderim.
Over the years I have been both the giver and receiver of kindness. Those moments are etched in my memory forever. What a lovely quote.
(To begin 12 fresh asparagus spears – pictured above).
ASPARAGUS, VEGETARIAN NOT BACON AND CHEESE SAUCE – Vegetarian
This can be served as a quick easy entrée or a for a snack or a quick easy supper.
Take 12 fresh asparagus spears, wrap 2 or 3 spears in vegetarian not bacon meat. Place in a baking dish. Pour over cheese sauce. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake at 175 degrees Celsius or 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 10-15 minutes or until the asparagus is soft.
Princess Castle Cake – I recently made this cake. You need cup style ice cream cones and traditional ice cream cones. Make one large butter cake and one smaller butter cake. Make lots of soft pink butter icing – just soft icing sugar mixed with butter and pink food extracts colouring. Make a small bowl of soft green butter icing – soft icing sugar mixed with butter and green food extracts colouring. Silver balls are soft pearls cake decorations from the supermarket. Children’s toy figurines to place on top – I used lego ones. Little flags from a children’s party cake shop.