Sunday, October 25, 2009

Another Lovely Day...........



Club Quilt today....and it was a lovely day....and we did have a nice roll up.....for morning tea today I made "Caramel, Date and Walnut Slice".....very nice and quick, the recipe is below....
And I had a win....Every month at "Patchwork Plus" .....Sarah has I guess, you could call it a lucky door prize...if you make a purchase your name goes into a draw ...and this month Sarah decided to have an extra draw....and guess what I won...yippee I won this lovely charm pack of these blues....I think a table runner may be the way to go...what do you think....Sarah thank you so very I love them...Sarah has a fantastic online store her service is super fast, please take a minute and pop over and check out her goodies.....
Date, Caramel and Walnut Slice...
1 1/2 cups plain flour
125g butter
1 cup brown sugar, firmly packed
1 egg lightly beaten
1/2 teaspoon bicarb of soda
1/2 cup cream
1/2 cup chopped dates
1 cup walnut pieces (100g)
Grease 20cm x 30cm lamington pan (I also line the bottom and sides with baking paper)....Sift flour into a bowl rub in butter, stir in sugar....(I just mix the flour and sugar together melt the butter and stir in)....Press half the mixture firmly over base of prepared pan bake in 190 degree oven for 12 mins..remove, cool slightly...Combine remaining ingredients with the leftover flour mixture, mix well, pour over base cook in a 190 degree oven (moderately hot) for 25 mins...cool in pan...................this is yummo.......

18 comments:

Cubby House Crafts said...

Oh yum! Thankyou for the recipe..will give it a go! Lisa

^A^ngel said...

Oh Peg...that charm pack is yummy by itself ...and now you add that oh so sinful cake...wow...

And I was planning to be good LOL!!

Hugs and have a wonderful Sunday!!

^A^ngel

Vickie said...

oh that slice looks scrumdillyocious..thanks for the recipe..hmm yes I think a table runner made up that charm pack would look great-I have several charm square patterns I use for runners so quick and great looking ,cheers Vickie

Jeanette said...

Hi Peg, thanks for posting the recipe. The charm squares look lovely. Can't wait to see what you do with them. Hugs, Jeanette

Cathi said...

Oooh, Peg -- those blues are absolutely gorgeous! Anything you make using those is going to be stunning.

Stephanie said...

Yummy cookie bars and fabrics!

Valerie said...

Well, now I have to run to the grocery store. That recipe looks so good. Congrats on your win!

Heleen said...

Hmm looks yummie and since we have week autumn vacation, plenty of time to try it! Thanks

em's scrapbag said...

Thanks for there recipe. Can't wait to try it. So happy for you what a great win!

Carin said...

Peg thanks for the recipe I was drooling on my monitor ;O)

paulette said...

Hi Peg,
Your recipe looks yummy- I will be baking this for sure so thank you!
AND lucky you! Love the Charm Pack!
Paulette

Quilter Going Bananas said...

Your desert looks yummy Peg! Thanks for sharing the recipe :^) The charm pack is pretty, can't wait to see what kind of tablerunner you make with it. I'm envious of the beautiful things you made for your Stitcher's Angel, lucky duck!

Wendy B said...

ooo Peg, yummy, yummy, yummy...in more ways than one!!!
thanks for the recipe...will have to try that one very soon!
Sugary hugs, Wendy B 'o)

bettsylyn said...

This looks really yummy - I think I will have to try it. Thanks for sharing.

teresa said...

Thanks for the recipe Peg... I will be picking up some dates and walnuts after school to make this one...looks delicious xx

Lurline said...

Thanks for the recipe, Peg!
Hugs - Lurline♥

Allie said...

Congrats on your lovely win Peg, so glad you had such a good day!

teresa said...

Hi Peg, have posted about your recipe.. it was a hit!! Thanks again - this recipe is definately going in the favourites section xx