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Fruit Bars with Oats (toddlers & babies)


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Ingredients

20 portion(s)

Batter

  • 140 grams oats
  • 65 grams plain flour
  • 90 grams sultanas
  • 20 grams dried apricots
  • Half Overripe Banana
  • Half apple
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon

Batter ctd

  • 260 grams Milk
  • 1 egg
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Recipe's preparation

    Method
  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees

     

    Line a 20cmx30cm slice tin with baking paper

     

    Add apricots, sultanas and oats to Thermomix - speed 7 for 5 seconds

     

    Add all remaining ingredients - speed 7 for 5 seconds or until ingredients well combined

     

    Pour mixture into a slice tin and bake in oven for 45 minutes

     

    Cool on a wire rack

     

    Cut into fingers or bar size

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Tip

Can substitute milk to coconut milk

Use any combination of dried fruit. I've made with dried pineapple, goji berries, dates, etc. Mix it up to give variety however you wish.

Only give to baby when they are taking whole food, or if you are doing baby led weaning. My baby ate these from 7 months.


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  • How do you store these (out of the freezer)? And...

    Submitted by nat.singleton on 1. June 2018 - 14:48.

    How do you store these (out of the freezer)? And how long do they last? Ive put some in the freezer but wanted to keep some out. Wasnt sure if they’d go soft or sticky in an air tight container?
    Thanks

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  • Great recipe. I've made them a few times for my...

    Submitted by SarahGTM5 on 26. February 2017 - 15:58.

    Great recipe. I've made them a few times for my 16month girl and myself. Freeze really well.

    I use spelt flour, whatever fruit I have in the bowl that needs using up (today was a whole pear and a nectarine) and I also use less sultanas and put in some dried apple. Like you said any combo will do.

    I've also put them (once sliced) in the over at 100 degrees for an hour to dry them out slightly making them a bit more like a chewy rusk - worked well.

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  • This is a great recipe. i

    Submitted by Meggiet on 25. November 2016 - 19:25.

    This is a great recipe. i make double and freeze it. toddler (and husband) love it. 

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  • My whole family love this!

    Submitted by Christyrrr on 10. November 2016 - 08:49.

    My whole family love this! 1,2,5,& 7 year olds. Even huddy taking to work in his lunch box, this will be a regular in our house now. Thank you 

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  • Miss 2 and Miss 8 months

    Submitted by Nina B on 9. October 2016 - 11:28.

    Miss 2 and Miss 8 months really enjoyed this slice

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  • I love this recipe with a cpl

    Submitted by steph_jane on 5. August 2016 - 14:29.

    I love this recipe with a cpl of tweaks.. i left out the apricots & added extra sultanas, used a full apple, and added only 100g of the oats plus 40g of sunflower seeds.  I also sprinkled shredded coconut over the top before baking. My 3 year old & 10 mth old both love them.

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  • This smells so good as it is

    Submitted by kristy.snell on 1. July 2016 - 14:08.

    This smells so good as it is currently cooking in the oven, I think my 17 month old is going to love them. Such a quick and easy recipe, thanks. 

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  • My 22 Month old devours these

    Submitted by rebecca_shady on 27. May 2016 - 22:03.

    My 22 Month old devours these each time i cook them. I used craisins instead of Apricot as all i had in the house and too scared to change now tmrc_emoticons.) 

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  • These were devoured by my 5

    Submitted by Thermospice on 16. May 2016 - 19:39.

    These were devoured by my 5 and 7 year olds as school snacks. So easy to make and delicious,

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  • These are great! I make these

    Submitted by Bianca.D on 12. May 2016 - 09:09.

    These are great! I make these for my 10mo and 2yo regularly. I cut them into bars and freeze them in bags of two and get one out each morning for a midday snack. 

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  • I forgot to put the flour in

    Submitted by Jobee on 22. April 2016 - 23:44.

    I forgot to put the flour in and they were still great!

    You can follow me on Jobee & Thermie's adventure on facebook.


    Happy Thermomixing!

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  • Hi Yes they freeze really

    Submitted by Bel-1981 on 16. April 2016 - 15:06.

    Hi

    Yes they freeze really well. I freeze the majority of each batch I make and just get individual bars out for my kids in the morning to eat that day. Happy baking!

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  • do these freeze well?

    Submitted by gymbunny on 16. April 2016 - 14:48.

    do these freeze well?

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  • kids loved them   great

    Submitted by megan870 on 10. April 2016 - 19:54.

    kids loved them

     

    great recipe and quick and easy to do 

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  • I love these bars, healthy

    Submitted by kristie1 on 3. April 2016 - 12:10.

    I love these bars, healthy and so easy to make. I put a full banana & apple in and blitzed for longer so there were no chunks at all. Great for the whole family tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yum! These are definitely a

    Submitted by courtneyovens on 1. April 2016 - 21:53.

    Yum! These are definitely a winner. New favourite breakfast for me and snack for Mr2 tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Even though my older children

    Submitted by Faulknermara on 26. March 2016 - 16:32.

    Even though my older children didn't like these, I thought the recipe was good and would be great for toddlers. Soft bars that would be easy to chew and the fruit makes it sweet enough to encourage them to come back again. 

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  • Just made these for my nearly

    Submitted by kimberleyobrien on 19. January 2016 - 14:54.

    Just made these for my nearly 1 year old. They were a winner. I had to subsitute the flour with wheat free flour, and used coconut milk, and chia seed substitute for the egg (child with multiple allergies!). Was still a hit! Thanks for the recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I loved this recipe! So did

    Submitted by AshField14 on 6. January 2016 - 15:49.

    I loved this recipe! So did my 2 year old. Lovely and sweet from the fruit and nice and soft for younger children. I think it will be regular lunchbox treat.

    the only thing I would do next time is blitz the apple a bit better as there were still a couple of largeish chunks.

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