Muesli bars

Only sweetened with maple syrup
Vegan
Oi oi, this is a granola bar recipe you can bring home! Great for on the go, to take to work, or to give to school with your children. A tasty recipe that certainly falls into the category of healthy snacks. So you don't feel like checking the ingredient lists of those sugar-rich muesli bars before you make a choice? With these muesli bars in the freezer you make a healthy choice anyway. Simple and crunchy muesli bars without refined sugar and with peanut butter. Gotta love it!
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Kitchenware

Oven
Cake tin
Food processor
Baking paper

Chef

De Appel van Eva - Eva Man
Eva is natural nutrition consultant. She likes to share her knowledge about healthy food. Her blog is about food, body and mind. She shares recipes, does product reviews and lifestyle tips. Check out deappelvaneva.nl

This is how you make it

  1. Spread the oatmeal on a baking tray, on baking paper. Roast the oatmeal for about 10 minutes at 160 ° C in the oven. Toss halfway through.
  2. Line a square baking pan with baking paper.
  3. Grind the dates completely with a food processor, into a smooth ball arises. Put this in a large bowl and mix the peanut butter and maple syrup through.
  4. Grind the almonds, pumpkin seeds, banana and coconut chips in the food processor shortly into small pieces.
  5. Remove the oatmeal from the oven and let it cool down.
  6. Add the oatmeal to the date mixture and knead to make sure everything is good mixed.
  7. Then add the chopped ingredients. Knead everything well again.
  8. Put the mixture in the lined baking pan and press everything well.
  9. Put the baking pan in the freezer for about 30 minutes. Remove the mixture from itbaking tin and cut it into approx. 10 strips with a sharp knife.
  10. You can keep the bars in the freezer for an extra long time!

Tip(s)

  • Vary with hazelnuts, goji berries or pieces of dried pineapple!