Friday, November 1, 2019

Saturday Sparks Link Party 347

Welcome to Saturday Sparks 347!

Starting off todays party with another variation for oatmeal.


Continuing with my love for steel cut oats, I came up with this PB&J combo.

As per usual, I started with a hot bowl of steel cut oats and added the following:  Melted Peanut Butter, Granola, Concord Grape Spread and Banana.

Who says peanut butter and jelly is just for sandwiches?

Certainly, not me!

"A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new."

~ Albert Einstein

Now, let's get this party started.

First up, the Fabulous Features from Saturday Sparks 346.


No Carve Pumpkin Crafts at It All Started With Paint


Make Your Own DIY Tea Towels at It's My Sustainable Life


Repurposed Mid Century Cabinet at Interior Frugalista


Ikea Hack Banquette Seating at At Home with Ashley




Easy Leaf Napkin Fold at Clean and Scentsible




Karpatka (Polish Cream Cake) at Cooking with Ewa


Halloween Naan at Fiesta Friday


Thanksgiving Turkey Cheese Ball at Crafts a la Mode


Insane Zany Brownies at Marilyns Treats

Pieced Pastimes

 Thanks to everyone for linking up to last weeks party.
If you were featured, please grab the featured button (above) to add to your blog.

Now, onto the party!

Link up your latest inspiring posts such as:

Crafts
DIY
Gardening
Home Decor
Photography
Recipes
Repurposing
Sewing/Quilting

Links are open through Thursday morning.

Features will be posted at next weeks party at Pieced Pastimes, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter.

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 Party Guidelines:
- Post the party button (above) with a link back to this page or just a text link back to the party on your post - Not required, but appreciated!
- Share your own ideas and photos - not a roundup of other peoples ideas.
- Follow Pieced Pastimes via one of the social media links located on the upper right sidebar. 
- No advertising, Etsy shops or giveaways.
- Pin feature photos to Pinterest from the original source and not from this blog.
- Visit other links and leave a kind comment.


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23 comments:

  1. I eat oatmeal all the time and this looks delicious! Beautiful features too. Thanks for hosting and enjoy your weekend!
    Shelley

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    1. Hi Shelley - Glad to hear I'm not the only one who loves a bowl of oats to start the day!

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  2. That PBJ oatmeal is so creative and looks like a good breakfast on a cold day. Thanks for hosting! I brought by some Hasselback Potatoes. Hope you enjoy. 🙂

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    1. Hi CJ - Cold mornings were meant for hot oatmeal! 😊 Your hasselback potatoes sound so tempting!

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    1. Hi Amber - October seems like a blur - it went by so fast! Looking forward to a slower November! 😊

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  4. Thank you for hosting. I followed another blogger here and love your blog!

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    1. Hi Marti - Welcome! Always nice to meet new people. Enjoy!

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  5. Your bowl of oats looks yummy! Today was our time turning on heat here in WV, so that looks perfect. Happy November, and thank you for inviting us in.

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    1. Hi Rita - PB&J oatmeal is a regular around here and yes it is 'yummy'. Our weather is getting cooler each day. It's the time of year when we challenge ourselves to see how long we can go without turning on the furnace. Truth be told, ours has been on several times already! 😊

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  6. I love your recipe for the breakfast oatmeal. Also a lot of great features I must look at this week. Thanks for hosting.

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    1. Thanks Thelma! This oatmeal shows up regularly around here. Hope you give it a try!

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  7. Thanks so much for the feature! So exciting! :)

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    1. Hi Linda - Your pumpkin ideas are so creative. I was happy to feature them!

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    1. Hi Debbie - I am happy to host as I am in awe of everyone's talent and willingness to share!

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  9. I hope you had a fun Halloween. Thank you so much for featuring my little Scandinavian trees.

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  10. Thank you for hosting AND for featuring my tea towel tutorial! This week I'm back in the garden with planting cover crops to enhance and build the soils health. Have a wonderful week & Happy November!

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    1. I was happy to feature your tutorial. There's something special about making something that we use everyday and your tea towels are a perfect example of that.

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  11. Your breakfast bowl looks so yummy, Suzanne 😋 Thank you so much for featuring my yellow media cabinet makeover, much appreciated! xo Happy November - let the jingle bells begin!

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  12. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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  13. Thank you for featuring my brownies!! Thank you for hosting! This is what I featured the week of 10-28 to 11-1 on my blog. On Tuesday morning was a Raspberry Custard Pie. Wednesday I posted a Blackberry Cobbler. Wrapping up this week of fruity pies, cobblers and tarts I highlighted a Key Lime Tart. Enjoy!

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