Wednesday, September 25, 2013

A Recipe and A Swap...

Thanks for all the interest in my yummy slice from my previous post... Here's the recipe... 
Jelly's Muesli Slice

ingredients : : 1 cup of organic rolled oats, 1/2 a cup of a sunflower/pumpkin seed mix, 1/4 cup of poppy seeds (sesame seeds are good too), 1/2 cup of coconut (dessicated of shredded - the choice is yours), 1/2 cup of white(or brown) sugar, 3/4 cup of organic plain flour.

Mix all these dry ingredients in a large bowl. 

Next - In a medium saucepan, heat 1/2 cup of good quality butter and approx 3 Tablespoons honey... You want to bring this mixture to the boil for approx 30 seconds. Remove from the heat and add the following; 1 teaspoon of bi-carb soda dissolved in 2 Tablespoons of boiling water. A reaction should occur and your butter mixture will froth up and become deliciously foamy. Pour your butter mixture into your dry ingredients while it is still frothing and mix well. note : : if a reaction does not occur your b-carb soda is no good!

You are aiming for a slightly sticky dough so add more oats or seeds if you think it is too wet.

Press into a lined slice tin and bake at 180'C for approx 30mins - let your nose tell you when it's ready... It will smell heavenly sweet and look deliciously golden brown when cooked. Allow this slice to cool completely before cutting. I think this slice tastes better the older it gets!

Sometimes I cut back the butter and add dried fruit such as raisins, cranberries or apricots... Sometimes I add nuts too.. The possibilities are endless with this slice which I love!!!


Also, for those needing a little crafty pick-me-up why not enter my 'Spring Washer Swap'!!! Sign-Up's close at the end of the month and you can enter here...

Here's some more FREE washer pattern inspiration for those joining in!!!
more washers
Washer's pictured left to right, top to bottom; Log Cabin, Scallops, Firestar, Fluffy Meringue, Grandma's Kitchen, Easy Crochet, Sunburst, Dishtowel, Shell Cloth



  1. Thanks for sharing Jodie. Made me hungry just reading and looking at the photo. Will make some immediately :-)

  2. Love the wash cloths! The colours are so lovely.

  3. I am very inspired by those's making my hooking hands itch!

  4. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Um, those washers are way too pretty to use. I'd use them as doilies!

    Cheers - Joolz xx

  5. Hi Jodie,

    I made that slice this morning and it is so, so good! I used a nibble mix which had pumpkin seeds, pine nuts, almonds, raisins etc and I added cranberries and dried blueberries. It turned out like chewie gooey anzacs! Definitely a keeper recipe! Thanks,

    Joolz xx

  6. Hi Jodie,
    I'm just catching up on all your blog posts and these dishcloth links are divine!! I've been running a dishcloth swap on my blog too and I'm excited to find some new patterns, so thankyou. The Fluffy Meringue pattern especially tickles my fancy!


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