Chapel Week: delicious-ness

I’m not going to ramble tonight because yesterday I think I scared my mother. I just want to give you a couple recipes.

We have had chapel every day at school, which means that I’ve been baking everyday to encourage the seniors to carry their Bibles 🙂

Here’s the menu to date:

Oatmeal Peanut Butter Cookie Sandwich (to see the FULL modification go here)






Chocolate Chip Dream Bars

For these bars, I added to the bottom crust, because many bakers suggested a smaller pan. I needed the quantity, so I just increased some of the proportions. Also, I used whole wheat flour and added peanut butter to the second layer. I skipped the chocolate on top because they were already very sweet. It was a HIT!



Chocolate Peanut Butter No-Bakes

For these cookies, I didn’t really follow a recipe. I had chocolate chips, peanut butter, milk, oatmeal, vanilla, and spices on hand, so I made my own combination and we’ll see how they go over tomorrow morning.





Just in case you are wondering, I’m planning a big hoorah for Friday that will involve my favorite ingredient for this time of year – PUMPKIN!







2 thoughts on “Chapel Week: delicious-ness

  1. Um, you might be my hero after I make those chocolate chip dream bars. They look DELICIOUS!!!!!! Wow.

    Found your blog via your sister quite a long while ago. I think maybe on her facebook???

    Favorite long ago memory of you…being at Challenge 2002 and having you yell, “Sarah B…..” Nobody had called me by my maiden name for years. 🙂

    So proud of you and where you have allowed God to take you!

    1. Yes!! Wow, looking you up on facebook was like a blast from the past!! How are you doing? I can assure you, these bars went like HOT cakes at school today 🙂 Make sure you bake them in a non-stick pan, otherwise that crust gets super stuck. But seriously – amazing! I’m glad you stopped by!!

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