Get your candy fix quick with this easy treat. If you love caramel flavour this is the cookie/candy for you and the oats give it a bit of a “healthy” spin.
1/2 cup butter
1 cup brown sugar
2 cups rolled oats
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla
1/4 tsp salt
In a bowl stir together the oats, baking powder and salt.
In a heavy saucepan melt the butter. Add the brown sugar raising the heat to medium-high until it boils. Let it bubble gently without stirring for a few minutes.
Remove from heat and stir in the dry ingredients. Then stir in the vanilla.
Press into an ungreased 8”x8” pan.
Flatten the mixture evenly in the pan with back of spoon.
Bake at 300 degrees for 20 minutes or until lightly browned.
Cool, cut into squares and enjoy!
Wow! Another year almost finished and if you’re like me it’s hard to believe! This year marks the 31st Christmas of Reesor’s Farm Market. It’s easy for me to remember that anniversary because that’s the year our first daughter was born, and 31 years later I’m now a grandfather!
In those 31 years lots has changed here on the farm. I now have many more people to help harvest the corn and pick the strawberries and make sure all of the crops are tended well and sold at our market. Back in the old days it was just me! As well, we have more labour-saving equipment which is a real help to everyone here.
When I was a younger farmer we even had livestock here on the farm including pigs and chickens which made for lots more work!
But some things haven’t changed. We are still doing our best to care for the soil and grow healthy, nutritious crops. We are still trying to be good neighbours to those near and far and still wanting to live simply so others can simply live.
Have a Merry Christmas and may 2017 be a wonderful year for you and yours.
In the photo above photo Jay is in a sweet corn field that was planted with oats last summer to protect and build the soil for next year .
We’re here to help you make your dinners and parties delicious. Cookie trays, soups, quiches, tourtières and our huge selection of frozen and fresh entrees such as lasagnes and chicken pies let you enjoy your own parties or make pot-lucks more fun for you. Here is our Christmas baking list.
Thanks to everyone’s entry fee to our farm’s 2016 corn maze and the sale of the grain corn in the maze $5,800 will be donated to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Special thanks to Burkholder Farms for harvesting the corn and Reesor Elevators for trucking and drying the corn at no charge. Thanks to Grahame, pictured above on the left, for designing and cutting the maze.
Everyone had a ton of fun figuring out how to get out of the maze.