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Put the honey and oil in a coffee mug and microwave it for thirty seconds to make it runnier. Pour over the oats and mix in until they’re uniformly sticky and clumpy.
Spread the oat mixture out in a 9”x11” cake pan and bake for about thirty minutes, removing it to toss every ten minutes. Don’t bake this on a cookie sheet if you don’t want it spilling when you take it out to stir it. Let it cool completely before putting it away.
For those unfamiliar with Brick Toast, it’s often served in boba tea cafes. It’s usually a thick slice of toast that is slathered with either a sugar butter mixture, condensed milk or honey. It’s then toasted in the toaster oven before being served. It’s sweet, crunchy and perfect with tea or coffee. You can view my recipe for the original ones here.
When I was at Cafe LaTTea, we had a chocolate version, but I much prefer something with more fruit. So I topped mine with mangoes, strawberries and matcha green tea ice cream. I also drizzled it with some condensed milk. This was so good!