Prep time: 10 minutes + 30 minutes baking

Nutritional information per 100g/ 433kcal/ 13g protein/ 57g carbs/ 17g fats


 

Hey,

It’s me again. This time I’m bringing you one of my favourite snacks – a granola bar. It’s dead easy to make, super tasty and a nutritious meal on the go. Sometimes I struggle to eat enough calories, especially when it’s a busy day at work or uni, so having a homemade granola bar with me comes in handy. Simply a great way how to prep your snack and make sure it’s made of ingredients that you like. No added sugar, colourings, preservatives…

Why not give it a try?

 


Ingredients:

250g oatflakes

250g mix of nuts and seeds

I used 50g almonds, 50g sunflower seeds, 50g sesame seeds and 100g pumpkin seeds

Note: the nutritional information may vary, depending on which nuts, seeds etc. you use

250g date syrup

I used Meridian – the consistency of the syrup is very liquid, if you use a different brand, you might need to mix the date syrup with water

100g dried fruits (I used goji berries)

10g ground cinnamon

Preparation:

Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl. Pour the date syrup into the mixture and stir thoroughly. Put it on a baking tray and leave it in the oven for about 30 minutes on 170 degrees. Let it cool, cut it into bars and enjoy.

 


 

 

Let me know how it went!

Cheers,

skotveru