Hi Everyone! SO sorry I am been MIA the past couple of days. With the 4th of July and traveling up the wazoo to go see BF, I decided to take what little time I had to relax and veg (ie: Women's health and Love Bites- anyone seen that? Surprisingly great!).
Welp moving on! The 4th was amazing. It is always so much fun to be down in DC for holidays, all the excitement of being a nice big city without all the stress of the Big Apple makes for one very happy Jessica.
The weekend consisted of all that you need for a successful trip:
1) Transformers 3D: Dark of the Moon- SCORE- Shia is a hottie.(Ok this pic may be a little more scary man than hottie, but you get the idea)
Shia is totally not my type at all but Selena Gomez has got it right with this one. BTW if you don't know what I am talking bout you are lame- please watch below:
2) A party involving outdoor beer pong, an inflatable jousting ring, a rooftop bar, and a lighting storm. I will leave those images up to the imagination.
3) A little bit of (lot a bit of!!) BF and an extra long visit!
Yesterday after I got home from work I finally had a second to slow down from all the traveling, Shia worshiping and jousting (?) to relax, put up my feet and just hang out. But nope, I most certainly did not do that. I did what I do best- I baked!!
I have been dying to make some of Julie's Peanut Butter Granola and I finally had the time. As most of you know, I always say, the best thing for a baker is when you have all the ingredients already. WOOT! Check! Off I go.
I made one slight tweak because I am a weirdo and I don't really like peanut butter but I would give my Right Arm (not my left, my RIGHT, the one I actually need to do stuff) for a never ending supply of Better N Butter.
2 Tablespoons Better N Butter
2 Tablespoons Honey
1/4 Teaspoon Cinnamon
14 Teaspoon Vanilla
1 Cup Oats
1) Preheat oven to 325 degrees F
2) Combine BnB and honey in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for about 20 seconds. Remove and stir to fully combine
3) Add in the cinnamon and vanilla and stir to combine
4) Add oats to the wet mixture and fold until the oats are completely covered in BnB mixture.
5) Spread oats onto a pam-ed cookie sheet and bake for 7 – 8 minutes until granola is slightly browned.
6) Let cool until granola is crunchy.
* * using too more peanut butter does not make mixture peanutbuttery-ier-, it makes it not crunchy.
These stuff is the bomb. Julie was not lying. Addictive. Danger. Lock the cabinet... or just dominate the bowl. Hey, I needed to try some in order to accurately starfabulously rate it. DUH.
Star Fabulous Rating: 9/10- Mine got a little soggy. I got PB happy. Oops!