zondag 2 september 2018

Muesli bar.

Today I am sharing a recipe for a muesli bar.
Muesli bars are handy and tasty as a snack, but a lot of pre made muesli bars have sugar in them.

With this recipe I would like to show you that it is very easy to make home baked muesli bars, as healthy and natural as possible.
I made the bars with a lot of different ingredients. You can adjust this to your own tast, with all kinds of seeds, nuts or dried fruit.

The muesli bar is full of fibres and is true power bar. Perfect as a snack, but also really nice for breakfast on the go.

Muesli bar

Because the bar is only made with maple syrup, honey and coconut oil to bind, it is quit crumbly.
Make sure the bar is completely cooled, before cutting in to it.
Use a large and sharp knife to cut the bar.

This recipe makes a large baking tin with muesli bars.

Preparation time: 15 minutes
Oven time: 20-30 minutes

Kitchen equipment: a large flat baking tin.

80 grams coconutoil
100 ml maple syrup
100 ml honey
50 grams sunflowerseeds
50 grams pumpkinseeds
50 grams broken walnuts
150 grams spelt flakes
20 grams popped quinoa
50 grams raisins
40 grams sesame seeds

Heat the oven to 180 degrees and line the baking tin with baking paper.
Heat and melt the coconut oil, until liquid.

Mix all the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
Add the heated coconut oil, maple syrup and honey and mix well.
Put the muesli mixture in the baking tin and spread evenly. Press down very weel, I use a wet tablespoon for this.

Bake the muesli bar for 20-30 minutes, until golden.

Let the bar cool completely before cutting.

Serve with a cup of tea or coffee, or take with you on the go!


X Emma

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