6 cups Quaker Oatmeal Squares Cereal Brown Sugar
2 cups Craisins
1 cup each of nuts of your choice (use two or three)
1/3 cup light corn syrup
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
3 tbsp margarine
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp baking soda
Preheat oven 250 degrees
Spray 13 x 9 baking pan with Pam
combine cereal, Craisins & nuts in pan (set aside)
Microwave syrup, butter & brown sugar for one minute
Stir into this mix, vanilla & baking soda
Pour over cereal mixture
Bake 1 hour stirring every 20 minutes
Spread on Wax Paper & let cool
Break into pieces and store covered.
Posted by TNAshley at 9:28 PM
So proud of Ryan's musical abilities...here he is dueling guitars with his mentor Billy Crawford.
Posted by TNAshley at 11:43 AM
Posted by TNAshley at 11:34 AM
This video was filmed in Saint Martin...just got back from 9 days there in February and I can't wait to go back next year...it is truly the HAPPY ISLAND. I watch this and see so many places that I visited. Aaaaaa GOOD TIMES!!
Posted by TNAshley at 11:11 AM
This past Saturday was a HAPPY DAY for my beautiful niece and all of those who support her & her new husband. The day got off a little bit rocky due to a deluge of snow that fell quickly and beautifully that morning, but what a better way to have a WHITE WEDDING in January. Taylor was gorgeous in her dress and permanent smile her groom very dapper in his tux. I am proud to be this young lady's Aunt. She, like myself is sometimes misunderstood, but she has a good heart, is intelligent and beautiful inside and out. Here's to Taylor's new life, with her new husband, may those smiles be on her face forever and ever, Amen.
Posted by TNAshley at 2:04 PM
Thanksgiving In Pigeon Forge
I love for 24 years
Havin Fun at BMS
Me doing what I love
Posted by TNAshley at 1:55 PM
|From White to Pink Bulbs for October|
I am fortunate to be able to say that my MOM is a two time breast cancer survivor and one of my best childhood friends Kristy is a survivor as well. Pictured above is my friend Kim, a survivor, who attended the ceremony with her mother, also a survivor. We all know someone affected by this disease. So of course I sponsored two of the pink bulbs in honor of my loved ones, those funds will go to more research. After finding my honoree's names on the big banners, a touching ceremony was held inside the historic train station, while people lined both sides of State Street and Martin Luther King Blvd. there was a count down to the big reveal...A PINK BRISTOL SIGN!!! Camera flashes went off everywhere!! It was truly a historic moment that I will never forget. Great job Bristol for Thinking PINK this month.
Posted by TNAshley at 4:43 PM