Thursday, 20 November 2014

3 ingredient, no bake oat bars

You can even use a microwave...

You'll need:

250g Oats - I used rolled but it's not a big deal if you don't
125ml runny honey
250g peanut butter

Put your peanut butter and honey in a bowl, pop it in the microwave for about 40-50 seconds, take it out and give it a good mix. Throw in your oats and stir well. It's quiet a heavy mixture so check the bottom of the bowl for dry oats.

Line any shaped baking tray with baking paper and tip your mixture in. Press it all down firmly until even(ish) on the top.

Chill in the fridge for an hour or two then cut into bitesized pieces. Mine don't get to the fridge, they get a half an hour on the side cool before being demolished.


My night at #CostaMusicalBingo

A few weeks ago I was posting various pictures of my face paint ready for a night of bingo.

I wasn't really sure what was going to be involved in musical bingo. I was very pleasantly surprised. I also met some fabulous bloggers that evening.

The beautiful ladies at my table were Tash from Tashpantz, Allyce from and Naomi from Diamons n' Pearls - if you get a moment go and check out their blogs & twitters.

So for those of you who don't know what it is ( I didn't). Your bingo cards are filled with song titles and artists rather than numbers. The D.J then plays loads of songs and you mark them off as you go.

Or if you were at our event,  you sing along very loudly, have a dance and a drink and then when it stops finally look at your card and make sure you marked it off. Rinse repeat. There was also some VERY funny games thrown in, a twerk off, stuffing your face with marshmallows and question rounds. All of them had prizes ranging from spooky wigs to the much coveted slow cooker, which the very wonderful Tash won.

Here is what the cards look like. You might not have a naked creepy baby doll as part of your outfit.As you can see, super simple to read and good for a dance. Ours was Halloween themed and the tracks were great, the prizes match and we all looked pretty awesome.

Our table were the proud collectors of a toasty maker, cakes, a massive pumpkin, a slow cooker, two trophies and four drunk but very hilarious costume wearing bloggers.

Would I go again? Yes. Would I dress up again? Yes. 

I would highly recommend it, was an unusual but very excellent evening!

Check out more about the evening here - Costa Bingo


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