Recently, I’ve been craving the outdoors. All I want to do is go hiking, biking, and swimming in the ocean! I want to see the mountains, and the sea, and more than anything I want to get away from the city. It’s funny because my whole life until now, I have always felt like a city girl. I can’t count the number of times I’ve said “I could never live in the suburbs” or “it might be nice to stay on a farm, but I am definitely a city person”.
Now though, something is changing. I don’t feel the same affinity with city living that used to propel me. I love Toronto, but I feel so full of it. I feel like my whole person is filled to the brim with cars, skyscrapers, commuters, city pollution, sidewalks, street lamps, high heels, take-out containers, and all the leftovers of everyday living. I want space, openness, a place to be slow.
These are some places I want to be:
- Stawamus Chief
- Pululuhua, Ecuador
- Niagara Escarpment Region
- Yellowstone National Park (would love to hike there)
These cookies are almost like mini rhubarb crisps. So that means they are healthy, right? I have definitely been eating them for breakfast anyways. They are sweet and tart without being overwhelming. Bite-sized, chewy, oaty, what more could you want? They would also be super delish with ice cream, even as crazy-ass giant ice cream rhubarb sandwiches! Try them out and let us know what you think 🙂
Oat Date Sandwich Cookies With Rhubarb Ginger Compote
Makes 10 – 12 sandwich cookies
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Last updated and verified on September 20th, 2022 by our editorial team.