Saturday, 15 October 2011

Skyril's Epic Recipe

So, yes, I made these the other day, and I still moan with delight when I eat one. :P They are quite epic. I wanted to make it again and post /pics, but my internet is still down. I'm only able to do this because I'm at a place using their internet. I'm hoping my internet will work again soon. If that happens, I'll make it and post the pics. :]
Even without the pictures, though, this recipe is brilliant and rather simple/easy to make. I'd most definitely suggest it to anyone. If you do make it, would you mind leaving a comment telling me what you think of it? :D

13X9X2 inch baking pan
1 1/2 sticks butter
1 3/4 cups vanilla wafer crumbs [these are those round vanilla crackers you see in pudding sometimes. A good way to make them into crumbs, is to put some in a ziplock bag and whack them with a hammer, mallet, or anything heavy that you can beat something with :P. You want to break them up till they're nothing but cookie dust. You need 1 3/4 cups of this cookie dust]
1/4 cup sugar
6 tablespoons cocoa
1 can sweetened condensed milk
3/4 cups toffee bits
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup chopped walnuts

Preheat oven to 350 F
First thing I'd do is beat up the crackers. Secondly, put your butter into your baking pan and stick it into the oven to melt completely.
Mix together crumbs, sugar, and cocoa.
Pull out your pan with the melted butter and pour the crumb mixture evenly over the butter in the pan.
Pour can of sweetened condensed milk evenly over that.
Cover evenly with toffee bits, chocolate chips, and lastly, chopped walnuts. Press down firmly over it all with a spoon.
Bake for 25-28 minutes. [when you take it out, don't worry if some of the condensed milk has bubbled out on top. It doesn't mess it up]
*Let it cool completely*
Cut into bars, eat them, and thank Skyril for this amazing recipe 8)

But most of all, wrap them good and send them  all to Kallista who you all love so well.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Gobble Gobble!

Happy (Belated) Thanksgiving! Yes, it was yesterday. (At least for Canada.)

I don't like turkey. Never did. But I do love pumpkin pie. It's delicious.

I watched my cousin completely fail at DDR and flail while playing Michael Jackson: The Experience. 'Twas hilarious. And it's only a four day week this week. Awesome sauce incarnate that is.

October is almost half way through, and soon enough it will be time to pull out the toques. Which I hate because I get really really frizzy hair. But I'll be able to pull out my Valkyrie style jacket, and my scarves. So, you know.




Speaking of knowing...I hate it when you drink pop and the carbonation stuff (can't think of the word) comes up through your nose later on.

Last thing, I swear. Why do we have to always buy Ketchup Chips. I don't like them. Haven't since I over did them when I was a kid. I like Dill Pickle, All Dressed, Salt 'n' Vinegar, and Buffalo Wings and Blue Cheese flavoured. (Also some others but these are my favs.) I wonder what poutine flavour would taste like...




...Crap! I want one now.

Hee, hee. I lied. One more thing. (I'm hyper.) Here are some awesome books that you should check out:

-Crabbe by William Bell
-Lord of the Flies by William Golding
-Acceleration by...Umm...Someone.
-To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
-Green Angel by Alice Hoffman
-The Alchemist by...Someone. (This is kind of religious, but still a good book. [I'm not of any religion my own self by the way. Except I do use some phrases from some religions...])
-Reckless by Cornelia Funke (well anything by her really)
-I don't even need to mention Skulduggery...

Now I'm done.

Blessed be,
Miss Mary Hiashi