For my best friends wedding shower, we had a beautiful vintage theme at my parents home. It was very special since she and I have so many memories in that house (20 years worth). Her bachelorette was the same weekend (read about that here!), and we wanted to keep the vintage theme going. My mom spent about a month transforming her home into a beautiful landscape of vintage pinks, creams, and pearls. Normally, I am the friend and family member who bakes all the desserts (it’s the chemist in me), but I had absolutely no time to do so for this event.
One of my favorite things to do is bake…I love the science behind baking too (chemistry nerd :)) But that is a post for another day. Anyways, I am always trying to add healthy baking recipes to my repertoire since my husband has some serious health problems hindering him from enjoying his ultimate favorite baked goods (like my famous chocolate cookies, which I will post soon!). I have been making these bars for a few years, but I always do them differently, or add in different toppings. They make for an easy, healthy snack or even a quick breakfast.
The basic ingredients for the bars include oats, brown sugar, banana, egg, cashew milk, peanut butter, cinnamon, vanilla, baking powder, and a little salt.