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Recipe: Make your own cereal bars

RECIPE: MAKE YOUR OWN CEREAL BARS

  • Off out hiking? Then think healthy snacks, zero waste and home-made!

    As well as being better for your health and the planet, you’ll be proud of having made these delicious cereal bars yourself or with your family that will provide plenty of energy during your hike!

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WITH DATES AND CRANBERRIES

INGREDIENTS

- 150 g of quinoa flakes (or cereals of your choice: oats, wheat...)

- 50 g of cranberries (or dried fruit of your choice)

- 50 g of crushed almonds

- 15 pitted dates

- 1 tablespoon of cinnamon powder

- 1 tablespoon of honey (or agave syrup)

- 1 tablespoon of flaxseed

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PREPARATION

- Preheat your oven to setting 6 (180°C)

- Put the dates in a saucepan and pour in water to their level. Bring to the boil and continue cooking for about a minute. Mix in a blender until creamy.

- Add the crushed almonds and flaxseed in the blender, then the dried fruit previously cut into small pieces, then the quinoa flakes, and then the cinnamon and honey.

- Pour the preparation into a rectangular mould. Personally, I use the back of a spoon to flatten down the mix.

- Bake for about 20 minutes.

- A few minutes after taking out of the oven, cut the dough into regular-sized bars, without removing them. From experience, I advise waiting until the bars have cooled down before removing from the mould.

WITH SEEDS AND CHOCOLATE CHIPS

INGREDIENTS

- 200 g of oat flakes

- 50 g of seeds of your choice (sunflower, squash, flax, sesame...)

- 150 g of apple sauce

- 4 tablespoons of dark chocolate chips

- 2 tablespoons of honey

PREPARATION

- Preheat your oven to setting 6 (180°C)

- Mix the apple sauce, oatmeal and seeds. Add the chocolate chips and honey.

- Pour the preparation into a rectangular mould. Personally, I use the back of a spoon to flatten down the preparation.

- Put in the oven for between 15 and 20 minutes.

- A few minutes after removing from the oven, cut the dough into regular-sized bars, without removing them. From experience, I recommend waiting until the bars have cooled down before removing from the mound.

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