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Welcome to Day 2! These were the very first batch of cookies I made when beginning to test recipes for this series. It did not feel like the holidays and yet I knew instantly that these would make the top 12. They met every criteria I look for: easy, beautiful to look at, and mouthwateringly delicious.
You just can't go wrong with these. My friend Anna at Cookie Madness gets credit for the recipe -- I just adapted it a little because I didn't want to unwrap all those caramels! (I used the Kraft Caramel Bits instead!)
Sweet, salty, crunchy, creamy...these are a no-brainer for your holiday baking list!
Caramel Chocolate Cashew Bars
Make sure to cut these into bars when they're cold (right out of the fridge). It makes a much cleaner cut.
1 1/2 sticks unsalted butter
3/4 packed brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
l lightly beaten egg
1 1/2 cups all purpose flour
1 cup old fashioned oats
1 (11 oz) package caramel bits
2 tablespoons milk
1 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 cup salted cashew halves
Preheat oven to 350. Line a 9x13 pan with foil, leaving a 2-inch overhang on each side to use as "handles" for removing bars later. Spray foil with cooking spray.
Use an electric mixer to combine butter and brown sugar. Beat in salt and egg, then flour and oats, mixing just until combined. Press mixture into the baking pan and bake for 15-18 minutes or until golden brown around edges.
Meanwhile, combine caramel bits and milk in a microwave safe bowl. Melt on high for 2 minutes until mixture is smooth, stirring every 30 seconds. Pour over crust. Sprinkle with chocolate and cashews.
Let cool to room temperature, then transfer to refrigerator to chill (this sets the caramel a bit).
Using foil handles, lift from pan and cut into 36 bars.
Adapted from Cookie Madness
Opinions expressed by parent contributors are their own.
Professional Baker Teaches You How To Make CARAMEL COOKIES!
Reminder of Klorane brand cleaning water
As a precautionary measure, the Pierre Fabre Dermo Cosmetics laboratories, in agreement with the French Agency for Health Safety of Health Products (Afssaps), are recalling the Cleansing Water without Baby Rinse, in a 500 ml bottle of the brand. Klorane. (News from 01/03/10)
- Pierre Fabre Cosmetic Dermo Laboratories, in agreement with the French Agency for Health Safety of Health Products (AFSSAPS), recall the cleaning water without rinsing baby in 500ml bottle of Klorane brand (Code ACL 610 993.3 / Barcode: 3 282779 265515 ).
- These flasks pump comprise a push-disc which can detach from the bottle and be handled by a child, even to be introduced into his mouth.
- Bottles of 250 ml and 1000 ml of this cleaning water are not affected by the recall, because they are equipped with different devices.
- People possessing Cleansing Water without Baby Rinse, in a 500 ml bottle of Klorane brand are invited to bring it back to their point of sale and can contact 0800 10 10 73 for any further questions.
Fever of unknown origin
In English it is called fever of unknown origin - the abbreviation FUO may have a cause in overheating of the body or in intense effort. Sometimes, however, the cause that is initially unrecognized may exist in urinary tract infections or other diseases.
When to see a doctor
If your child has a fever, be sure to drink the baby properly to prevent dehydration, as well as a light diet. The younger the child, the faster it should be. Toddler can be given temperature-lowering drugs containing paracetamol or ibuprofen (if the temperature does not drop, also interchangeably, according to the dosage described on the package). Contact your doctor, depending on how small your child is, within two or three days of fever, if the elevated temperature persists.
Good to remember
- your child may have a fever after exercise, so it's worth waiting before you measure his temperature, it's best to do it after a short rest.
- Children under 12 years of age are not given polopyrine or aspirin, medicines with acetylsalicylic acid
- suppository medications are better for children who vomit, but can be difficult to apply. In syrup or suspension, on the other hand, they are usually well accepted by small children who accept their taste without too much effort.
- We give antipyretics when the child's temperature exceeds 38.5 degrees, and certainly when it is higher than 39 degrees.
Have you observed your children with emotional fever? Appearing after a stressful event for a child? Share your experience!
Starting today and until Sunday (March 19-22, 2009) Kidex has open doors for you in the central pavilion at Romexpo. Moms, dads, grandparents and grandparents, you are all expecting children at Kidex. Lots of surprises, contests and raffles with prizes await you.
Baby's grave is ready to reward participants with exceptional prizes.
Tombola Frumusetii: And moms will have their share of spoils. You have the chance to win one of the 100 coupons offered by Tonus Club, consisting of a free hair and manicure session.
Photo-chic: A photo is worth 1000 words. In our professional laboratory, you can immortalize the smile of your child through a free photo, per minute.
Shows, scenes and a lot of guides made by the kindergartens from Bucharest and presented on the KIDEX stage.
Surprises: clowns, face-painting, toys, candy and balloons.
Play spaces; a real playground for little ones.
Breastfeeding spaces, arranged with great care for young mothers.
Creative workshops: "Coloring for the rabbit": Dan Voiculescu Club of Excellence organizes a creative workshop for the little ones. Children will be able to make paintings on glass; icons, clay modeling, wicker baskets, as well as Easter-specific objects: scrambled eggs, hand-painted baskets, traditional greeting cards, various embroidered objects and woven dolls. The most skilled folk craftsmen will initiate the little ones in the mysteries of traditional crafts.
The funniest picture in the tummy is a competition dedicated to future mothers and the most exciting ultrasound.
The carriage marathon It is a competition organized especially for spiritual fathers, ready to play and eager to win a stroller.
Dance for ... KIDEX: All children visiting KIDEX are invited and expected to take part in the Dance competition for ... KIDEX! The organizers, along with the Tonus Club, prepared gifts as the little dancers. The participants have the opportunity to win 25 coupons daily, consisting of a free dance session offered by Tonus Club.
In addition, KIDEX of spring brings to ROMEXPO important manufacturers, importers and distributors of children's products: food, food items, bath and hygiene, medicines, vitamins and supplements, furniture, decorations, strollers, car seats, swings, pre-chairs, bicycles or tricycles.
So, you are expecting little, big, on the days of March 19, 20, 21, 22, 2009, within the Central Pavilion ROMEXPO!
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, from 10:00 to 19:00;
Sunday, from 10:00 to 18:00.