This recipe is not for traditional apricot bars. My simple and delicious apricot bars use dried apricots and are made with hemp and chia seeds. I know. It sounds crazy, but trust me, these are so good. I sprinkle in some dark chocolate chips and have the perfect after-school snack. You might even try one for a quick breakfast. No matter when you eat these, you won’t believe how delicious they are.
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Apricots pair well with warm spices such as vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and cardamon.
Find out more about pairing ingredients and spices. Check out The Flavor Bible (paid Amazon link). I use this book all the time. It’s a must for anyone wanting to simplify their cooking skills. There’s also a vegetarian version, The Vegetarian Flavor Bible (paid Amazon link).
Leave a comment and let me know what you think of this recipe, and if you like this recipe try my Apricot Sorbet.
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