Friday, February 13, 2009

Muesli slice

So the last few days I have been cooking up a storm!
The kitchen looks like a cyclone has come and gone. And the meany even left me dirty dishes! So rude.

Anyway, I have been trying to prepare for the wonderful arrival of our first baby. So since on a good day I don't have the energy to cook I figured that when baby comes the chances of me cooking a healthy meal is pretty slim.

Thus started the days of making meals to freeze. Lasagne, casserole, pasta sauce....This doesn't sound like much, but since I am a vego and hubby is not I have had to prepare meaty and non meaty versions.

I also noticed that my man's new obsession with muesli bars was becoming an expensive habit. So I set to work in the kitchen, digging things out of the pantry to see what I could come up with.....And tada!



We bought one thing (choc chips-he has a sweet tooth!) and spent a total of $1.39 for this slice (since everything else we already had). Of course you can't see the choc chips because as usual I got too impatient and added the butter hot, melting them into the mix. Oops!

I did happen to jot down what I did if anyone is interested, you can find it over HERE

27 comments:

  1. These are really rad. Excellent work. I especially like the puzzle piece.

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  2. I love the puzzle piece too! Are you giving away all three?

    -Haylie, craftster.org

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  3. Yes all three are up for grabs-you can enter for all if you like. :D

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  4. Looks like the puzzle piece is going to be popular cuz I want it too!

    -Cheebz, craftster.org

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  5. Hehe lucky I have a tonne of them! I'll have to put more up after this! :D

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  6. Those pendants are very nice looking. I like all three of them...in the order of 1. the puzzle piece 2. the button piece and 3. the shell piece.

    ~Alyssa

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  7. I love them!!! I have been wanting to try working with resin but just haven't gotten around to it. It intrigues me!

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  8. Eep! Put me in line for the puzzle piece. It's puzzlelicious!

    Thanks for posting with us, too! :)

    sweets4ever, Craftster.org

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  9. I love the Button one, its so cute! You musli slices look heavenly, my mum keeps buying the expencive sugary ones which I keep refusing to eat, So I might have to figure out how to make my own healthy ones, thanks for the idea.

    Zoe (AromaRageST on Craftster)

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  10. Those are really cool! I like the puzzle one a lot, it's adorable. Very nice work!
    ~Knitting_Chemistry (craftster.org)

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  11. I've been wanting to try resin. Maybe when my kids are grown I can give it a try. All your pieces are cute. I like buttons.

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  12. I must be the odd ball cuz i love the shells!!! They are awesome so your post on craftster and headed over here!

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  13. I love the shelly one, it's so glamorous, although I love all of them. Thanks for sharing, and great work!

    Kay
    Nfirehazzard on Craftster.org

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  14. Love the button one!

    Arbeguiling on craftster.org

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  15. Saw these on Craftster and I love the shell necklace...... but I also am desperate to make some Muesli bars.... how about you send me a Museli bar as a consolation prize? Cheeky? lol x

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  16. Why give away your work when they are good enough to sell on etsy or ebay? The puzzle peice would sell very well but as for me I like the natural looking one, it's classic and looks quite versatile.

    By the way I think you are very talented and should make some tutorials:)

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  17. All 3 pieces are so much fun!
    I have always wanted to try working with resin. I would be thrilled to win any of the 3.
    hugs,
    Heidi
    aka Digital Misfit on craftster

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  18. By the way can you put up the recipe for those bars? They look good and I need a chocolate fix:)

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  19. I am a brand new follower of you blog :)
    pop by mine for a visit anytime!

    heidi
    aka Digital Misfit
    http://myhidingplaceincyberspace.blogspot.com

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  20. Awe they are all so cute. I love the button one the best. :)

    Samantha.Arch (Craftster.org)

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  21. I really like all of them! But I think my favourite is the one with the buttons.

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  22. Wow!! i love all three of them, but my favorite is the puzzle one! a real cool piece. I would love to try one day playing with resin...one day :o)

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  23. I love all three! WOW! You are talented!! I especially love the hundreds and thousands puzzle piece, but also love the shell piece! AH! decisions!! ;)
    Just think, your work could be on show in Australia!!! (Shameless blackmail I know, but hey! if it works!)
    Congrats on your work
    Kate

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  24. love love love these. I've always wanted to try resin but am to scarred mine wont turn out that well.

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  25. Hi. These are beautiful! My daughter says I need some new jewelry...I keep wearing the same 'dainty' things and I should be wearing 'bigger trendy' necklaces so maybe this could be the start of a new look for me! The blue-brown shell one is my favorite! Talented lady, YOU!! Thanks for being so generous! Whoever gets one of your masterpieces is fortunate! Very cool!!

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  26. hehe found you on craftster just now :) I really like the puzzle piece and the button piece - very cute.

    ninjanator on craftster

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