• Jan 16...Happy National Fig Cookie Day!

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    Over a year ago

    Blogger of the Day: Rachael at Greenbeane

    My brother and I used to sit up late watching scary movies and chowing on fig cookies until we were too tired and full to move. The movies were usually more funny than scary, but the cookies were always screamingly yumful! Tonight’s movie night features a couple of friends, a pile of homemade vegan fig bars and giant mugs of hot chocolate…the movie’s Wolverine so I doubt anyone will be falling asleep! Friends, figs and a kickass movie…ohheckyes! :)

    Rachael’s blog is a charmer…the recipes are easy, affordable and spinningly delish! She’s crazyfun and superhelpful and even has a “thrifty” section to help you save money on your tasty treats!

    Fig Bars
    Ingredients:
    figs
    dates
    walnuts
    almonds
    pecans
    raisins
    maca powder
    salt
    vanilla extract
    cacao nibs
    unsweetened dried coconut flakes

    Details and directions at Fig Bars
    According to the Rules of the Interwebs, you shouldn’t post someone else’s entire recipe, only part of it with a link to the rest, unless you’ve changed the recipe up bigtime.

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    What movies have you seen lately that really rocked? Did you stay up late as a kid to watch scary movies? Were you able to sleep afterwards or did you sneak into your brother’s room to spook him out? 😉

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