Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Easy Muesli Bars

Makes 16 bars


There are two great things about baking your own snacks. The first is how they taste. The second is that you know exactly what goes into them and it doesn't include a variety of ingredients typically included in commercial snacks identified in an ingredients list only by a number. This recipe can be adapted to suit your needs. Nuts are great in muesli bars, but if you're allergic or your kids' school is nut free, add some pepitas or sesame seeds instead of the almonds. Other great additions would include diced dried apricots or chocolate chips. 




What's in it?


230g rolled oats
35g rice bubbles
30g shredded coconut
50g slivered almonds
50g dried cranberries
400g can of skim sweetened condensed milk 
20g (approximately 1tbs) honey

How do I make it?


1. Preheat oven to 160°C. Grease lamington tin and line with baking paper. 

2. Place all ingredients in mixing bowl and combine for 15sec / reverse / speed 5. Spoon into prepared tin and flatten with fingers until tin is filled to edges and top is smooth. 

3. Bake in oven for 30-35 minutes, or until golden brown. Allow to cool in tin completely before turning out and cutting into bars. 

4 ProPoints per serve. 


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