Possible 70 Tyndale Reward Points

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I received an email this morning from Tyndale Rewards about a survey on Adventures in Odyssey . It took me just a minute or two to complete and was worth 25 points.

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When I finished the survey I noticed I had another one in the “Earn Points” area of Tyndale Rewards called “Tyndale Rewards User Experience Survey worth 25 points. This survey took just a minute or two to complete.

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One final offer I found that was new in my “Earn Points” area of Tyndale Rewards was the “What’s Your Reading Personality” survey for 20 points.

All 3 tasks took me well under 5 minutes to complete and added 70 points to my account. Considering most books start at 75 points with some titles being more and some less this is a pretty good deal!

I can’t guarantee that every member got these same surveys but it is worth checking your account to see if you did.

Not yet a member of Tyndale Rewards? Here is how to sign up and possible receive a free book within minutes of joining.

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No Bake Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Oat Bars

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No Bake Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Oat Bars have become the solution to my afternoon dilemma.

You see, my worst cravings for something sweet always come in the afternoon. Yet that is also when I need to eat something fairly high in protein if I want to not devour the fridge come dinner time. On top of that, you have my goal to eat less junk this year.

No bake chocolate covered peanut butter oat bars made without refined sugars, yet still a satisfying solution for a sweet tooth.The solution–No Bake Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Oat Bars.

These bars contain honey and maple syrup as their sweeteners. They have plenty of peanut butter for protein and they contain coconut oil as a good fat and oats for tummy filling fiber. Plus, let’s not forget the most important part–they satisfy my sweet tooth without being full of junk.

Ingredients for No Bake Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Oat Bars.

Ingredients For No Bake Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Oat Bars

For the bars

  • Natural Peanut Butter (the only ingredient listed for the peanut butter should be peanuts and perhaps a bit of salt. The day I made this batch I used one that had a bit of sugar in it simply because it was what I had on hand, but normally I use the 100% natural, no sugar or other oils added)
  • Honey
  • Quick Oats

For the chocolate topping

No Bake Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Oat Bars. Satisfy your sweet tooth naturally.

Instructions for making the peanut butter oat bars:

  1. Mix together the peanut butter and honey in a saucepan and place on medium low heat on the stove.
  2.  When the peanut butter and honey have completely melted together, take the saucepan off the stove.
  3.  Stir in the oats.
  4.  Place the mixture in an 8 by 8 pan that has been greased and lined with wax paper.
  5. Use the back of a metal spoon to spread the mixture around the pan until you have an even bar.
  6. Place in freezer for about 30 minutes to cool (you can leave it out to cool, it will just take a bit longer).

No bake chocolate covered peanut butter oat bars, made without refined sugars!

Instructions For Making The Chocolate Topping:

The chocolate topping is essentially my recipe for homemade chocolate coconut almond bars without the nuts or coconut.

  1. Put coconut oil into a microwavable glass bowl.
  2. Melt coconut oil.
  3. Quickly stir in cocoa powder, salt, and maple syrup.
  4. Pour mixture over peanut butter oat bars and rock pan back and forth until it forms a consistent layer on top of the bars.
  5. Place flat in freezer and allow chocolate to harden. (takes about 5 to 10 minutes)

Now your bars are fully made and read to cut into pieces. I keep mine in an air tight container in the freezer and take out what I allow myself to eat each afternoon at lunch time so they can thaw.

Warning: they are a bit messy to eat due to the soft chocolate topping, but oh my! They are good! They satisfy my sweet tooth and fill up my belly until dinner time.

No Bake Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Oat Bars
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Ingredients
  • Peanut Butter Squares
  • 1 cup 100% natural peanut butter
  • ½ cup honey
  • 2 cups quick oats
  • Chocolate Bar Topping
  • ¼ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • ½ cup coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon pure maple syrup
Instructions
  1. Instructions for making the peanut butter oat bars
  2. Mix together the peanut butter and honey in a saucepan and place on medium low on the stove.
  3. When the peanut butter and honey have completely melted together take the saucepan off the stove.
  4. Stir in the oats
  5. Place the mixture in an 8 by 8 pan that has been greased and lined with wax paper.
  6. Use the back of a metal spoon to spread the mixture around the pan until you have an even bar.
  7. Place in freezer for about 30 minutes to cool. (or you can leave it out to cool it will just take a bit longer)
  8. Instructions For Making The Chocolate Topping
  9. Put coconut oil into a microwavable glass bowl
  10. Melt coconut oil
  11. Quickly stir in cocoa powder, salt and maple syrup
  12. Pour mixture over peanut butter oat bars and rock pan back and forth until it forms a consistent layer on top of the bars.
  13. Place flat in freezer and allow chocolate to harden. (takes about 5 to 10 minutes)

 

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9 Ways To Earn Gift Cards With PrizeRebel

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I recently discovered PrizeRebel and knew within moments that is was a valid and simple way to earn gift cards that I needed to share with my readers.

9 ways to earn gift cards with PrizeRebel!

 

PrizeRebel has been around since 2007 and in that time it has shelled out over $6 million in prizes. I took a minute to check it out on Survey Police and the program has good reviews.

Earning gift cards with Prize Rebel.

Each point at PrizeRebel is worth $0.01 and cash out values start at 200 points, meaning you don’t have to wait forever to cash out. PrizeRebel pays out rewards in around 24 hours. You can choose from e-gift cards or other prizes such as books, video games, and more. PrizeRebel offers a wide variety of gift card redemption options including PayPal, Amazon, and Starbucks.

I spent time cruising around PrizeRebel for you so that you could know before you even sign up for PrizeRebel how the site works and how to best spend your time within the site for maximum gift card earnings.

9 Ways To Earn Gift Cards With PrizeRebel

Fill out your profile and earn gift cards with PrizeRebel.

1. Sign Up – Complete Your Profile – Take A Tour

After signing up and confirming my account, this image above appeared on my laptop screen. I took the time to take the PrizeRebel tour, fill out my profile, and learn about all the ways to earn points. I earned 28 points toward my first gift card cash out.

This whole process didn’t take long and it really helped me become familiar with all the different ways to earn points at PrizeRebel.

Earn gift cards through special codes at PrizeRebel.

2. Follow PrizeRebel On Social Media For Special Point Codes

While doing the tour of the site I noticed that you could earn one point for following PrizeRebel on Facebook, another point for following them on Twitter, a point for following them on Google Plus, and one more point for following them on Instagram.

After following them on my favorite social media sites I decided to check out their account walls and discovered that PrizeRebel shares special codes once every few days. I have already cashed in on a few of these codes and have earned anywhere from 4 to 9 points.

I found the simplest way to be notified of the codes is to like them on Facebook, then go to their Facebook page and hover over the like button. Underneath you will find a “notifications” tab, click it and you will get notified every time PrizeRebel does a Facebook update and currently this is just a few times a week and is usually a code.

To cash a code in simple copy and paste the code and then head over to PrizeRebel at the top of the homepage (if you are signed in). You will find a ticket symbol right next to your name. Click on it and a place to paste in your code will appear.

Offer walls at PrizeRebel

3. Visit & Complete Tasks In The Offer Walls Area

On the PrizeRebel homepage, if you hover on the “Earn” tab, a drop down menu of ways to earn will appear. Offer Walls is one of  6 choices on this menu.

When you click on “Offer Walls” the image above should appear. Each of those words in blue on the white tabs is a different area that you can explore and earn points from.

Each area itself offers more than one way to earn, including watching videos, reading post slides, answering surveys, and more. Points vary from program to program and from offer to offer, but there are some very simple ways to earn points in this area.

Engage Videos area in PrizeRebel.

4. Engage Videos

This area was hit and miss for me as far as getting it to work (but I think my problem was my internet speed/connection). When it did work for me, however, it was a simple and quick way to earn points.

Basically you must watch 6 videos for at least 45 seconds and when you do, you earn 2 points. It is easy to tell if you have watched the video for long enough by watching the grey boxes on the side–when you have watched a video long enough it will switch from “watching” to the “viewed” box. When the grey box switches to “viewed” click play on the video below it to start the next one.

Sometimes these are not videos, but web pages that you need to look at for 45 seconds.

There is a handy “Daily Video Meter” at the top that lets you know when you have watched enough videos to earn your 2 points.  Currently you can watch 6 videos up to 24 times in one day, meaning you could earn up to 48 points daily in this area.

To get new videos once the grey boxes at the side run out, try clicking on the “Engage Videos” tab again. I was able to do this several times before a message appeared saying “There are no videos available at this time. Please try back later.”

Offers at PrizeRebel.

5. Offers

Under the “Earn” tab is also an area called “Offers” . To me it seemed like it offered a lot of the same things as the “Offer Wall” did with the edition of a few simple tasks offered by PrizeRebel such as following them on social media and such.

 

Earn gift cards for filling out surveys at PrizeRebel.

6. Surveys

Surveys are time consuming, but I did notice that I received at least a few points if I was screened out.

What I love about surveys, though, is that they are perfect for earning a bit of money in the cracks. What I mean by that is they are great to do while you are doing something else since they don’t mind waiting a minute or two for you to answer their next question while you help your child with their homework, watch that vital part of your TV show, or stir that pot of soup you are making for dinner.

I also noticed their was a large selection of surveys on PrizeRebel and they do seem to pay fairly well. I got 85 points for the one I qualified for. With cash outs starting at 200, that means one survey got me almost half way to cashing out.

tasks area of PrizeRebel

7. Tasks

To do the tasks that were available when I looked around the Tasks area on PrizeRebel, you needed to have a Crowdflower account. Most tasks seemed fairly simple, such as answering questions about a website, and point values were from less than one point to as much as 7 points.

Friend Refferal area at PrizeRebel.

8. Refer Friends

Depending on what account level you are at (more on that in a moment), you can earn any where from 20% to 30% from those you refer for life. This is the most generous referral program I have seen offered from a point earning program.

As with any point program, I think the best way to earn referrals is to try the whole program out for yourself and then when you are sure you find it useful (and I think you will), share it with your friends as well as any tips you have learned while you were testing it out.

You can find all you need to make sharing with your friends easy under the “Invite” tab at the top of your PrizeRebel homepage.

PrizeRebel daily challenge.

9. Daily Challenge

One last way to earn points through PrizeRebel is through completing your daily challenge. This is simply a point bonus that you can earn each time you hit a set amount of points each day. PrizeRebel sets the challenge for you and you can see it on the side area of your PrizeRebel homepage.

Two More Things I Like About Prize Rebel

Account level area at PrizeRebel.

1. Account Levels

When you start at PrizeRebel you are a Bronze member, meaning you pay full price for cash outs and earn 20% from your referrals. However, once you earn 1000 points, you start moving up account levels and earning more from your referrals as well as discounts on cash outs and you will receive those cash outs faster.

 

2. You Can Earn A Reward Fast & Receive It Fast

It didn’t take me long to earn my first cash out of a $2 Amazon gift card code, and it was fairly simple to earn. I was also impressed with how fast I received my gift card once I placed my order. It took just over 24 hours for the Amazon gift card code to be sent to my account. Not instant, but not the weeks that it takes other point programs to deliver prizes.

You can sign up for your own PrizeRebel account here and start earning your gift cards today!

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