Cranberry And Oat Slices

I have a handwritten recipe for cranberry and oat slices that I must have copied down when at a friend a long time ago. If it had been done in the past two years I would have made a note from where I copied it, as I do not want to copy other people’s recipes without acknowledging where they are from. However, I have been looking for a perfect before breakfast snack for some time, and I was hoping this was it. Given that I don’t read a recipe until I start the process of actually making it, I expected the slices to be crunchy, but, as the recipe contains eggs, what you get is a cake like slice of pure breakfast delight. I ate two before they had cooled down and if I were to try these again I may just substitute the dried fruit for some dried cherries and even add some nuts. If this recipe is yours, please let me know, so that I can thank you properly on my blog.

Cranberry And Oat Slices
Cranberry And Oat Slices

Rereading this post 9 years down the line I realize I have never made these again!

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Cranberry and Oat Slices

Recipe Category: Baking, Breakfast
All Rights Reserved: an original recipe from Lavender and Lime


  • 70 mls coconut slivers, lightly toasted
  • 500 mls rolled oats
  • 250 mls fructose
  • 500 mls flour
  • 20 mls ground cinnamon
  • 250 mls chopped dried fruit
  • 125 mls dried cranberries
  • 300 g butter
  • 160 mls honey
  • 4 eggs, lightly whisked


  • preheat the oven to 180° Celsius
  • grease a baking sheet
  • mix together the dry ingredients
  • melt the butter and honey over a low heat
  • add the eggs and mix
  • press the mixture into the baking sheet and bake for 30 minutes
  • leave to cool slightly and cut into squares before storing

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22 thoughts on “Cranberry And Oat Slices

  1. I quickly put the recipe through Google and only your blog came up, so it must have been from someone’s personal recipe 🙂
    Love your background 😉
    Friday greets to Dave.

    1. Friday greets back! I am pleased to see the recipe was not on google already as I never thought to check that 🙂 Love my background as well xxx

    1. It is perfect for the kids and I am sure she will love it! I will make these each time I make muesli as they use the same ingredients 🙂

  2. Hi Tandy – these sound like a good alternative to breakfast which I don’t normally eat & which I must now start doing. Have a lovely holiday.

    1. HI Dawn! I am also not a good breakfast eater and will usually eat what ever is closest to hand when I get hungry in the morning. Have a great weekend 🙂

  3. Hi Tandy, these are ideal for Jess, I will make the substitutions that you have and use some slivered almonds to boost the protein for her.
    Thanks for sharing this.
    Hugs. xx

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