Happy Friday!!
I could watch these puppy eyes all day. 

Happy Friday!!

I could watch these puppy eyes all day. 

This Saturday I organized for a group of us to go on a brewery tour of the Big Rock Brewery (like mother like daughter). It was so much fun! 14 of us toured the facilities and enjoyed some delicious beverages afterwards. Don’t we look fantastic in our hair nets and safety goggles?? 
Their plan is genius…tour all of us through the entire facility, let us drink all the beer we want, and then gently guide us to the exit which is conveniently located on the other side of the gift shop. None of us left empty handed! Craig and I picked up a couple cases of our favourite brews, to enjoy in our complimentary Big Rock pint glasses that were included in the tour. It was a great time had by all!  This Saturday I organized for a group of us to go on a brewery tour of the Big Rock Brewery (like mother like daughter). It was so much fun! 14 of us toured the facilities and enjoyed some delicious beverages afterwards. Don’t we look fantastic in our hair nets and safety goggles?? 
Their plan is genius…tour all of us through the entire facility, let us drink all the beer we want, and then gently guide us to the exit which is conveniently located on the other side of the gift shop. None of us left empty handed! Craig and I picked up a couple cases of our favourite brews, to enjoy in our complimentary Big Rock pint glasses that were included in the tour. It was a great time had by all!  This Saturday I organized for a group of us to go on a brewery tour of the Big Rock Brewery (like mother like daughter). It was so much fun! 14 of us toured the facilities and enjoyed some delicious beverages afterwards. Don’t we look fantastic in our hair nets and safety goggles?? 
Their plan is genius…tour all of us through the entire facility, let us drink all the beer we want, and then gently guide us to the exit which is conveniently located on the other side of the gift shop. None of us left empty handed! Craig and I picked up a couple cases of our favourite brews, to enjoy in our complimentary Big Rock pint glasses that were included in the tour. It was a great time had by all!  This Saturday I organized for a group of us to go on a brewery tour of the Big Rock Brewery (like mother like daughter). It was so much fun! 14 of us toured the facilities and enjoyed some delicious beverages afterwards. Don’t we look fantastic in our hair nets and safety goggles?? 
Their plan is genius…tour all of us through the entire facility, let us drink all the beer we want, and then gently guide us to the exit which is conveniently located on the other side of the gift shop. None of us left empty handed! Craig and I picked up a couple cases of our favourite brews, to enjoy in our complimentary Big Rock pint glasses that were included in the tour. It was a great time had by all! 

This Saturday I organized for a group of us to go on a brewery tour of the Big Rock Brewery (like mother like daughter). It was so much fun! 14 of us toured the facilities and enjoyed some delicious beverages afterwards. Don’t we look fantastic in our hair nets and safety goggles?? 

Their plan is genius…tour all of us through the entire facility, let us drink all the beer we want, and then gently guide us to the exit which is conveniently located on the other side of the gift shop. None of us left empty handed! Craig and I picked up a couple cases of our favourite brews, to enjoy in our complimentary Big Rock pint glasses that were included in the tour. It was a great time had by all! 

I learned how to knit!!!!!!!
Both meg and nic learned how to knit over the winter break from our cousin Ali, who learned from a group at her school called the knit-wits. Super cute. Well, my winter break was a little too busy to spend time learning how to knit, so I was left out of their little knitting circle. Definitely was still on my “to-tackle” list though. 
So I found out that Kate also wanted to learn how to knit, so we decided to take action! There is a cute little place in Inglewood (Hipster capital of Calgary) called Stash Lounge. It’s a yarn and knitting supply store, but they also host classes outside of work hours. Last Wednesday Kate and I attended our first “Knitting 101” class, and we learned how to knit!!! All supplies were included and we were promised that we would have an actual product to take out of the class. The product that we are making is called a cowl - like a little scarf with buttons and everything. Very cute. So I chose a Tiffany-blue coloured yarn, to match my grey spring coat. We learned both the knit stitch and the purl stitch, to give that ribbed effect. I will post pictures when it is completed :)  I learned how to knit!!!!!!!
Both meg and nic learned how to knit over the winter break from our cousin Ali, who learned from a group at her school called the knit-wits. Super cute. Well, my winter break was a little too busy to spend time learning how to knit, so I was left out of their little knitting circle. Definitely was still on my “to-tackle” list though. 
So I found out that Kate also wanted to learn how to knit, so we decided to take action! There is a cute little place in Inglewood (Hipster capital of Calgary) called Stash Lounge. It’s a yarn and knitting supply store, but they also host classes outside of work hours. Last Wednesday Kate and I attended our first “Knitting 101” class, and we learned how to knit!!! All supplies were included and we were promised that we would have an actual product to take out of the class. The product that we are making is called a cowl - like a little scarf with buttons and everything. Very cute. So I chose a Tiffany-blue coloured yarn, to match my grey spring coat. We learned both the knit stitch and the purl stitch, to give that ribbed effect. I will post pictures when it is completed :) 

I learned how to knit!!!!!!!

Both meg and nic learned how to knit over the winter break from our cousin Ali, who learned from a group at her school called the knit-wits. Super cute. Well, my winter break was a little too busy to spend time learning how to knit, so I was left out of their little knitting circle. Definitely was still on my “to-tackle” list though. 

So I found out that Kate also wanted to learn how to knit, so we decided to take action! There is a cute little place in Inglewood (Hipster capital of Calgary) called Stash Lounge. It’s a yarn and knitting supply store, but they also host classes outside of work hours. Last Wednesday Kate and I attended our first “Knitting 101” class, and we learned how to knit!!! All supplies were included and we were promised that we would have an actual product to take out of the class. The product that we are making is called a cowl - like a little scarf with buttons and everything. Very cute. So I chose a Tiffany-blue coloured yarn, to match my grey spring coat. We learned both the knit stitch and the purl stitch, to give that ribbed effect. I will post pictures when it is completed :) 

Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover!  Day of Activities!
Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 
First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 
After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 
All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover! 

Day of Activities!

Last weekend, we had a very busy but very fun Saturday. 

First we went skiing at Lake Louise - Craig, me, Kate, Nate, and Mark. It was a gorgeous day when we arrived, blue sky and sunshine. AND it was country day!! Cowboys skiing down the hill in their chaps, country music played everywhere, and cowboy hats over top of ski helmets. We got our gear together and headed up on the lift. We collectively decided that we will start out the day with a nice and easy green to lock in everyone’s confidence. Well, after getting a bit lost, we ended up taking a blue run as our first one. Everyone was fine and we were all at the same speed. The rest of the morning was great. We went to the “top of the world” chair, that literally takes you to the top of the mountain and all over the front face of the mountain. We stopped for lunch at the Kokanee lounge at the bottom of the hill. Enjoyed delicious food, pitchers of beer, and a live country band. (seriously, it’s like they catered the day to Emilie…) In the afternoon we played on the back side of the mountain, conquering all sorts of new runs and avoiding moguls where possible. It dumped snow the entire afternoon, making the whole experience that much better. 

After our ski day, we drove back to Calgary, showered and changed at lightning speed, and headed to the saddledome to watch the Calgary Roughnecks lacrosse game. I have never seen a lacrosse game, but the thing I was most excited for was that they play music the entire time! We even had a Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” sing-a-long right in the middle of the game. And wow the game is rough! We had trouble determining what is a penalty and what isn’t. Apparently slashing someone with your stick is fair game. 

All in all, an awesome day of activities spent with great friends - and a much needed Sunday of doing nothing to recover! 

My friend Caryn gave me this recipe, and these homemade granola bars are to DIE for. They are gluten-free, dairy-free, and super delicious. Not to mention, extremely easy to make on a Sunday and then you have snacks for the whole week! I didn’t have a chance to take a picture of the actual finished product because we ate them up so fast. Enjoy :) 

Fruit & Nut Grain-Free Bars

Ingredients

1/3 cup pure honey 

2 tablespoons coconut flour (I used ground flax seed)

1 tablespoon all-natural cashew butter (any nut butter will do)

1/8 teaspoon sea salt

1 1/2 cups chopped whole *nuts ( I used cashews and walnuts, and I also added sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, etc., whatever you have in the house)

1 cup chopped dried fruit (dried cranberries, mangoes, apricots, etc.)

1 cup unsweetened coconut flakes (I only put in half a cup, it’s whatever you prefer!)

Directions

1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Trim parchment paper to line a 8×8-inch baking dish, leaving parchment paper to hang over two sides of the dish.

2. In a large bowl, add the honey, coconut flour, all-natural nut butter and salt. Use a spoon to stir until well combined.

3. On a large cutting board, coarse-chop a couple of large handfuls of assorted whole nuts. Measure out 1 1/2 cup of the chopped nuts and add them to the honey mixture.

4. Next, chop the dried fruit and measure out 1 cup and add to the honey mixture.

5. Finally, measure 1 cup of coconut flakes (not shredded coconut). Place coconut flakes on the cutting board and coarse-chop. Add chopped coconut flakes to honey mixture.

6. Using a spoon, mix ingredients together making sure they are thoroughly combined.

7. Place the bar mixture into the parchment-lined baking dish. Fold overlapping flaps down and evenly press the top of the bar mixture firmly to pack-in the ingredients so they hold together better after baking. Then, peel back the parchments flaps from top of bars. (Do not trim, as the flaps make it easier to remove the bars after baking.)

8. Bake for 20 minutes. Then remove from oven and allow to cool on stovetop for approximately one hour (or until bottom of baking dish should is room temp).

9. Place in freezer to continue cooling. Once nearly frozen (about 45 minutes to an hour), remove dish from freezer. Then, run a knife along the two edges without parchment. Using the parchment paper ends, lift the bars from the baking dish and place on a cutting board.

10. Cut into 8 bars and individually wrap and store in freezer. There is no need to thaw before enjoying, however - for best results, bars should be kept cool so they do not become over-sticky. Simply include an ice pack, if placing them in a lunchbox, or keep them in the fridge/freezer at work. 

11. Enjoy these tasty little pieces of heaven! 

I got new glasses!
It’s been a while since I changed my lenses in my old glasses, and since my prescription has changed since then, it was time for new ones! I quite like them, and once I get used to wearing them around the house more, I will debut them in public :) 

I got new glasses!

It’s been a while since I changed my lenses in my old glasses, and since my prescription has changed since then, it was time for new ones! I quite like them, and once I get used to wearing them around the house more, I will debut them in public :)