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Imperial Recipe

I found this recipe on the back of my Imperial margarine box, and made it for our communion meal yesterday. It’s delicious – and easy! (It’s called “S’More Cookie Bars,” but I don’t think it tastes like s’mores at all. It’s more carmely.)

S’More Cookie Bars
3/4 cup Imperial Spread, melted
3 cups graham cracker crumbs
1 pkg (6oz) semi-sweet chocolate chips (1 cup)
1 cup butterscotch chips
1 cup mini marshmallows
1 can (14oz) sweetened condensed milk

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In 9×13-inch baking pan, combine Imperial Spread with crumbs; press to form even layer. Evenly sprinkle with chocolate chips, then butterscotch chips, then mini marshmallows. Pour condensed milk evenly over mixture. Bake 25 minutes or until bubbly. On wire rack, let cool completely. To serve, cut into squares. (For easier cutting, refrigerate 1 hour.)

I think I’ll try milk chocolate chips next time and see if we like it that way.

In other news, Grace is getting close to being potty trained! Praise the Lord! She’s in big girl underwear pretty much all the time that we’re at home, besides bedtime. She’s even been keeping her Pull-Ups dry when we’re away from home! YAY! It will be such a relief to only buy two sets of diapers soon! : – )

And Caleb continues to crack us up, all the time. Last night, he was SO excited to watch the SuperBowl with Luke. Apparently he has observed Luke watching sports before, because immediately Caleb started saying, “Nice!” (As in, when a good play happened, Luke would say, “Nice!”) We got a little clip of it on video – maybe we’ll have to YouTube it so you can see how cute he is. What a little man!

And the Contour is back in business! We had put some money into a sensor for the transmission and fixed a tie rod issue, and almost immediately after that it wouldn’t start. So, it sat in our garage for a couple of weeks, and we just decided to live with one car (the van) for now. Well, the amazing Michael Greene from church came over and fixed it. I’m telling you, this guy is like MacGyver, only with cars. We thought it might be the starter, but it ended up being a wiring issue that he fixed. It only cost $1 in materials (which he wouldn’t accept as payment). Praise the Lord for always providing for our needs so faithfully!

Okay, I’m sure there’s more, but that will be all for now! I hope everyone has a wonderful week! (Rumley family – see you in 18 days!)

5 Comments

  1. yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay

    See you so soon! And I’m gonna have to try that recipe, it sounds lovely.

    Tobin’s taking care of Caleb’s measurements, no worries!

    The superbowl was amazing this year! I don’t really care about the teams, but the fact that the Giants beat the Patriots is pretty darn amazing. It was fun to watch.

    Later!

  2. We all cracked up about Caleb’s “nice.” Little ones repeat everything they hear – so we need to watch out for what they hear.

    Yeah for Grace! Good job! I remember those days – hard times.

    Good talking to you yesterday, Lacey.

  3. I always love finding yummy recipes – I think I’m going to try that one for our next small group! Tim said “thanks” for the compliments on his work, he really does love what he’s doing. It’s just hard being self-employed. And your post below about your conversation with Grace…so funny. She sounds like a treat!

  4. Tim & Andrea

    February 5, 2008 at 9:41 am

    I always love finding yummy recipes – I think I’m going to try that one for our next small group! Tim said “thanks” for the compliments on his work, he really does love what he’s doing. It’s just hard being self-employed. And your post below about your conversation with Grace…so funny. She sounds like a treat!

  5. Thanks for sharing the recipe – I had a piece on Sunday and loved it!!

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