These apricot oatmeal bars ended up being a great snack to have around and they were gone within two days. Since they were pretty simple to make, I’ll have to make some more. They ended up being the perfect combo of crunchy and soft, I highly recommend whipping up a batch or two for snacks during the week. Check out the recipe below and get the printable recipe card here.
I’ve decided to start a new series on Silk & Cinnamon that highlights a fun party idea and includes decor, food or drink ideas, and an invite that you can customize for your own use. The first one is a flamingo themed pool party that has a hint of the 50’s.
1. A chic black and white striped tent // 2. Lawn flamingos straight from the 50’s // 3. Striped pool towels // 4. Flamingo straws // 5. Polka – dot cupcake liners // 6. Inflatable flamingo floating drink holders
If you are interested in using this invitation for your own party, message me and I can send you a customized file with your details that you can print yourself.
I hope you enjoy this new series on the blog, I have already got a couple more ideas in the works.
This recipe is ideal for brunch, since you bake the French toast, it allows the meal to be prepared and ready at one time for all your guests. Plus, it remains extra moist because it cooks slowly. Add some syrup and fruit and it’s perfect for a spring breakfast. I love using challah or brioche for French toast, it adds a bit of extra fluffiness! See below for the recipe and click here for the recipe card.