Be Inspired: To Cook, To Laugh, To Dream

By day, Tanya helps her clients create meaningful connections with their target audience through her modern and elegant website designs. Utilizing her passion for the written word, she crafts entertaining and informative articles on finance, food and health and beauty as a freelance writer. By night, she is a blogger, consumer of too much TV and an overindulgent Cat Mama to Max. To be fair, she spoils Max 24/7.

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  1. Tanya, reading the title for this in my inbox, I almost didn’t click on the post, but seeing them – yum!!!! They look and sound SO delicious!!! I’m almost afraid to make them. 🙂 Merry Christmas, my dear friend!

    • I probably should have left off the word oysters- because wwwww…..! LOL! I know you share my love for them, NOT! I regret to inform you that these guys are super delicious and you cannot eat just one handful. Or maybe that’s just me! 🙂 Merry Christmas, Laurie!

  2. Hey Tonya, I’m so glad you did a tweak on my Salted Toffee Oyster Crackers. Adding peanut butter and cinnamon sounds like a great twist and I’m looking forward to trying your version. Thank you so much for visiting Simply Sated and I hope you come back soon. I really enjoyed looking around your blog – it is delightful and I enjoyed reading about MaxE. Have a wonderful holiday season.

    • Thank you Susie for sharing the recipe. As soon as I saw them, I knew they would be delicious and they are truly superb! And I love how easy they are too! I’m so glad you enjoyed my blog and I’ll definitely be visiting Simply Sated again! Happy Holidays!

  3. Would it work to melt the butter and brown sugar in the microwave instead of on the stove top? Then continue the recipe like normal?

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