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  1. Iron Chef Shellie

    LOL!! I love the title of the recipe!

    Looking lovely at the ball PHD princess!

    I have never been to masquerade ball… one day I shall!
    x

  2. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    ooooh yummo indeed!
    hehe and I had to giggle at the “the transformation from Home-Toad to Ball-Frog,” comment :)

  3. Jess

    I would seriously kill for your hair, all my life I have wanted curls, I also love your handbag. The AWW arent afraid of sugar are they, often I half the amount in their recipes!

  4. Fiona

    At least you didn’t see the people turning into pumpkins

  5. theresa

    The PB slice sounnds pretty wonderful, but imagine putting some melted chocolate over the top…

    I’ve never been to a masquerade ball, but I was a halloween queen when I lived in the US. My favourite was when I went as an anti-fascist pirate in uni :)

  6. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Aww you look so great! Love the outfit and the mask-and the slice too! I’d be tempted to sneak some into my handbag for the ball ;)

  7. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    The ball sounds so fun! It’s too bad it wasn’t ask great as you’d hoped =/ I would love to go to a party like that sometime though. I need an occasion to wear the mask I bought in Venice, after all!

    OOH, peanut butter rice krispie treats (so to speak)! My mom always used to make hers with PB in place of the butter the box always calls for. RKT’s without PB have always tasted wrong to me. And yours even have flax! Extra yum healthiness points!

  8. Kath Lockett

    Hannah, at the risk of sounding like your grandmother, you look too skinny! Eat another row and a half!

  9. Anna Johnston

    Awhhh, nothing worse than all that effort put into look stunningly princess-like glam to find the hottest date around is waiting for you at home in the shape of a Peanut Butter Slice…, but it does look good (so do you too, very Princess PhD-ish)

  10. Agnes

    Ha, a Year 10 Formal for alternative folk. Not very alternative in fancy dresses and silly masks, hmmmm! :)

    I’ve been never to a masquerade ball, but if I did, I would make sure my mask had horns on it. Cow’s horns. So it would probably be more moosquerade than anything.

  11. Simply Life

    What a fun event- I’d love to go to one of those!

  12. Johanna GGG

    Ball schmall! I would much prefer to sit at home and eat peanut butter slice – hurrah for home baked goodies over dull alcohol

  13. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    You can totally be more exact than exact. You can be exactamundo.

    For example…
    “What is the only type of peanut butter than should exist?”
    “Crunchy”
    “Exactly”
    “Nay, exactamundo”

    I am SURE that I have been to a masquerade ball before, but I am also sure I didn’t look as good as you all masked up, and I can’t actually remember any of the details. I am reasonably sure this is not due to drinking absinthe cocktails whilst there. It is possibly due to putting myself into a sugar coma afterwards from eating baked treats.

  14. Jonathon Clarke

    It is indeed a shame that the night was a fizzer, but the dress and handbag, not to mention the slice, look just gorgeous! Just the thing to wear to a date night at the Opera House! lol

  15. whisperinggums

    Well, you got a good story out of it at least … and I’m glad to see an up-to-date pic of L.LawyerLady too!

  16. Aleshia Bassett

    Haha, always fun to read such things

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