Cashew Cookie Larabar
These ended up a little too gooey so I rolled them in shredded coconut.
Then I had a little fun and added some almonds to the top.
These were also a little gooey but I think my dates were extra juicy. I think I could have added a few more walnuts. But they weren't so gooey that I needed to roll them in coconut.
Finally I attempted the original fudge babies sans cocoa powder but with the addition of chocolate chips. Unfortunately this one did not come together because it was a little wet. Doesn't mean it wasn't delicious, it just didn't form into bars.
I also spent some of the day looking over Katie's older posts. So far I want to try Texas Caviar and Sweet and Sour Seitan. My boyfriend and I went to dinner at Sipz on Wednesday and though I am usually not the biggest fan of the restaurant or of imitation meat, their "chicken" had the most realistic texture ever. I really want to try to master seitan. When I was looking up seitan I came across this recipe that I also really want to try.
And in case you haven't heard, Katie is giving away a vita-mix blender. If you have ever wanted one, I suggest you visit this page.