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Tuesday, September 3, 2013
1.5 cups peanut butter (full fat...don't use low-fat)
1/2 cup coconut flour
1/4 cup whole milk
1.5 cups certified gluten free rolled oats
3 TB ground flax
1/2 cup melted butter (1 stick)
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp vanilla extract
2/3 cup Jam or Jelly (I use a berry mixture: blueberry, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry....but grape jelly would work too)
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9x13 inch baking dish with butter.
2. In your stand mixer with the paddle attachment on low, mix everything (except for the jam) together until well combined.
3. Using your hands, spread 2/3 of the batter into your greased baking dish. Spread the jam over this (again, easiest to use your fingers but you could also try a knife). Crumble the remaining batter over the jam so it is evenly spread (see photos above). Once all of your batter is crumbled on top of the jam, gently press down with the back of a spatula to flatten the crumbles slightly (to prevent tiny peaks from burning on top).
4. Bake for about 38 minutes. Cool completely before cutting into bars.
Notes: These are so fun and really delicious! They also pack very well for a picnic or plane ride. Make sure you use a jam that has fruit listed as the first ingredient....not sugar!
You can read Tanvi's full post over at Hackerspace.Jeff troubleshoots his phone:
Have you ever reached to a store just after it is closed? Just because you were too lazy to search on the internet what the store hours are?
Well, I have. After being a working mom of an infant and a toddler, I realized that many a times, I lost track of the store hours and reached there at the wrong time.
I then appreciated the importance of “Notes” feature in the “Contacts” of my phone.
I started putting the hours of all the stores I visit frequently, so that I can just go to the Contacts and find out the timings of the store right away without going on internet and searching for it! Same goes for the library and my Chiropractor who has a different schedule every single day of the week.
Photo by Aaron Yoo.Tammy fixes a big cleaning annoyance using one of our favorite products:
For no apparent reason this week, my Galaxy Nexus died. It just wouldn't start up. I tried to charge it, showed full battery, then as soon as I went to turn it on, it couldn't get past the boot screen—it just flatlined. Well, after a frustrating rest-of-my-vacation with no phone, I came home and popped in the phone's old, non-extended battery just for fun. The thing booted up as if nothing had ever been wrong.
I'm still not sure what happened, but boy am I glad I tried that old battery before waiting in line for an hour at the Verizon store for support.
Goo Gone is an incredible tool, and it gets rid of sticky residue like nothing else out there. Unfortunately, whenever I use it, it leaves behind an oily residue that's just as bad! Wiping it up doesn't help a ton, but I've finally found something that does: the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. Just wipe off the sticky stuff with Goo Gone, then wipe up what's left of the Goo Gone with a Magic Eraser and you'll be able to tackle anything.