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  1. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    The nut butter jar labels are adorable.

    P.S. I would appreciate your nut butters and my 32nd birthday is in 9 months.

  2. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    …about how I want homemade nut butters from the kitchen of Hannah! 🙂

    1. Ellie@fitforthesoul

      same here!! They look like they’d be so smooth…

  3. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    What an amazing day Hannah!! Especially ending it with a rainbow~ 😀
    And how sweet of you to make those nut butters, for reals! They sound delicious. And you said my parents are so sweet! So are yours~yayyy so happy for you that you can watch reruns, teehee

  4. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    About how it’s now Sunday and I have the whole day to play and do fun things and I’m so excited & I might even see a movie tonight and about how it might even be twilight (sorry, i know, i know, trust me – I sit there embarrassed throughout the entire film but i still have to see it). about how I clearly feel like I’m giving confession right now. haha.
    seriously you’re too much. a) you used the term No-Friends Nigel, b) you bought the cereal and linked to me (thanks! how was it? I’m still yet to try it, it’s so rare I feel like cereal…) c) you are SO sweet for making those nut butters and they look SO good it’s entirely too much to handle. see me? not handling it. d) your parents are beyond sweet, that’s lovely. e) oh yes, 5pm ellen. it’s a glorious thing.
    Heidi xo

  5. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    I actually think that we should always do it this way: Celebrating our birthdays again after half a year, so there is more happiness across the year, perfectly spaced. 🙂 I haven’t had a tv in 8 years or so, and now I again live in an apartment without a tv port (this is an old house …), but there’s internet and my mom records some things for me on dvd and sends them to me, so I don’t mind. A digital tv might be an option one day, though, and I’d be totally lost without technology anyway. 😛

    Love the almond butters! Maple is an ingredient I haven’t tried yet!

  6. Eleanor@eatinglikeahorse

    How cool are your mum and dad and how lovely to make up for your non-birthday birthday (just read that post and how horrible with the title of that talk, especially!)
    I love your jar labels and the double rainbow is stunning – the picture with rain on the lens is so lovely 🙂

  7. Three-Cookies

    Awesome present. I will keep an eye out for those “From the kitchen of Hannah” product range.

  8. Richa@HobbyandMore

    love those nut butters.. and how cool are those labels.. seriously u should start selling them.. coz i would want a bunch!
    that green lantern cake is def fantastic!
    have an amazing day!

  9. Lou

    Wow, what a fun post…. those pastries look like little tiny delicious snail babies. Yummo nut butter ahoy, maple vanilla almond? Drooling. Hooray for products that I may possibly be able to find (so frustrating reading US blogs and all the fun products I cannot eat!) Are the spelt flakes yummy? Might have to try, Artisse stuff is usually pretty good – their salt is amazing.
    Love the Green Lantern cake!
    What fun!

  10. Kate

    Oooh, fancy! Very nice 🙂 I LOVE your nut butter jar labels! So cute. Your creativity makes me smile 🙂

  11. msihua

    OMG.. Dark Chocolate Coconut Butter? RECIPE PLEASE!!!!

  12. Rach

    Aww, I’ve never seen a double rainbow! So pretty! And so much delicious food in this post too, by the way! You are making me hungry. 😉

  13. Johanna GGG

    your parents sound so lovely – even if your mum doesn’t understand the fun of stickers on jars – I would have put on heaps – and (shhh don’t tell E) I want a husband to make me amazing cakes! I have been doing lots of cake sale baking and looking for some energy to blog all my backlog!!!

  14. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oooh, this post is so exciting! Congratulations on the new TV 🙂 And I have those agave flakes (discovering them was exciting too!) and now I realise that I have been missing out by not adding sprinkles. I can confidently assert that my next bowl will be making up for this.

    I love the jars, the nut butters, and the single sticker – but please don’t tell me stickers are meant for 4 year olds only because if they are, I am even less mature than I thought. Surely they’re good until at least 40?! 🙂

  15. ck

    Who knew ‘about how’ fabulous watching a second hand dining table could be?! Or how wonderful those nut butter gift jars look. I could tell you about how I have been planning all the treats I intend to make for Christmas gifts, or about how I started my Christmas shopping, or about how I did not cook a single thing this weekend (withdrawals likely to come any minute now!), or about how the sister I never had but always wanted came over for a great girly’s night of cocktails and silliness Friday night or finally about how I had yum cha for lunch today at Ginseng at the Hellenic Club. SO love having yum cha at a Greek club! Fun times.

  16. Lizzi

    You’re an enormous cutiepie. I can even forgive you for cheating on my with another Liz 😉

  17. whisperinggums

    That wasn’t just any second hand table – because folks, we did deliver the table as well as using it as a ruse – but a very special one. It was the second hand table WE bought when we furnished our first home together. I love that table and hope you will too.

  18. leaf (the indolent cook)

    The nut butters look great and I very much approve of the dinosaur sticker. 😀

  19. Shannon

    My super big comic book nerd boyfriend would go NUTS over that birthday cake.

  20. hungryandfrozen

    Nut butters! Vegan truffles! Yay!

    I’m going to tell you about how I’m sitting in bed listening to wind howl outside feeling verrrry reluctant to leave the house; about how I bought a *second* novelty keyring that looks exactly like a donut because I think it’s awesome; and about how I love when there’s a new blog post from you! Especially one with the promise of more of the things I shouted about at the start of this comment.

    Enjoy your new TV! Hoorah for reruns!

  21. Lisa

    ooooh how exciting re the TV! And those ‘butters’ do look WONDER-LICIOUS!

  22. Ashley

    Maple vanilla almond butter? ooh la la, my mum’s done her own peanut butter and almond butter’s before, but we’ve never mixed in yummy sweet richness! Will have to try it next time…

    and everybody needs some dinosaur in their life!

  23. Melanie @ Melanie Cooks

    The homemade nut butters look so good!

  24. Anna Johnston

    Ohhhh my birthday is just around the corner… Putting in request now for Hannahs speciality small goods. 🙂
    Love your posts sweets, always so happy you are, it’s wonderful. Xxx

  25. Emma

    About how I used to have those SAME DINOSAUR STICKERS. What does it meeeeeeean?

    About how my tv is likely 1/4th (or at least 1/3rd) the size of yours, what does it meeeeeeeeeeeeeeaannnn!?

    About how I like eating snails a lot. A lot alot alot. WHAT DOES IT MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAN!

  26. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    I saw the double rainbow too! So pretty. And weirdly enough I was serving tomato pesto scrolly thingamabobbies (aka pinwheels) at the same time.

    Yay for the new TV and the wonder that is digital channels, although down in the valley I seem to lose the ABC when it rains.

  27. Helen (grabyourfork)

    You had me at butter. And the dinosaur sticker. I think we should all listen to our inner four-year-old more often!

  28. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Ooh those nut butters sound divine-as fabulous as your parents and your new tv missy! 😀

  29. Fatbooo

    Haha, this post brought a big smile to me. I think your blog brightens the lives of many of us readers. Xx 😀

  30. Catherine

    It’s really not fair to be reading this post at porridge o’clock. I really must make that peanut butter /choc slice from last week. Been talking about it at the table and it is already a legend.
    Lovely double rainbow, stop making me homesick!

  31. Libby

    Nice work on the new TV!

    And the nut butters, too. A workmate and I have been talking about buying nut butters the other day when I realised that I could just go on your blog, and follow one of your recipes instead 🙂 Will let you know which one(s) I end up making and how they go 🙂

  32. penny aka jeroxie

    What a great birthday present! Lucky you 😀

  33. Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga

    Happy Belated Bday!!

    And those nut butters you made look beyond heavenly. I would love to try them 🙂

  34. juniakk @ mis pensamientos

    first of all, those nut butters look fantastic. i would love to eat that vanilla maple almond butter. yummy~~~ 😀 and second, this is the second post in the past two days where i’ve seen double rainbows! the other was in Dominican Republic! hope u made a wish!

  35. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    Double Rainbow? Woww! harharhar, sorry couldn’t help myself.
    Also, Vanilla Maple Almond Butter. I think you belong at Justin’s too!

  36. Camille

    About how I didn’t make oysters for dessert, deciding instead to make them for breakfast after checking the internet to make sure they would be ok for an extra night in the fridge. About how it is now 40 minutes after Nick and I promised ourselves we would go to bed, and we’re both still sitting here on our computers. About how much I’ve missed reading your blog and am glad to catch up!

  37. Jasmine

    I’ve a secret to tell. My heart skipped a beat when you mentioned a third Cadbury chocolate-inspired recipe! I’ve made your two other Cadbury chocolate-inspired goodies, and they were so well received! It doesn’t help that I also ended up munching on whatever Cadbury baking chocolate that were left over…. haha!

  38. Jasmine

    Also…I think I know which day that was when you saw the double rainbow. That was one day when everyone caught a glimpse of the double rainbow somewhere in Canberra, while I only saw a single rainbow!!!

  39. Louise

    So much great stuff there Hannah. What fabulous parents you have! But we did know that. Snazzy TV. Snazzy looking nut butters too. I think the vanilla maple one is calling my name. Have you blogged the recipe for that before? I don’t think I can find it. Ooooh and I have some almonds in the pantry.

  40. Gmasydney

    Lucky you, Hannah – especially as you are young enough to work out what a digital TV can do and how! And because Christmas is coming and you may just be able to wangle the camera, too – clever girl.

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