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Choc chip muesli bars


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Ingredients

10 piece(s)

Choc Chip Muesli Bars

  • 100 g coconut oil, butter can also be used in place of the coconut oil
  • 100 g rice malt syrup or honey
  • 125 g rolled oats
  • 200 g seeds, sunflower/pepita/flax
  • 50 g Coconut, dessicated or shredded
  • 50 g choc chips
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Recipe's preparation

    Choc Chip Muesli Bars
  1. Preheat oven to 170degrees 

     

  2. Line a 20 x 20cm baking pan with baking paper

     

  3. Add the coconut oil (or butter if using), honey and salt to the thermomix bowel, cover with lid and measuring cup.

  4. Cook for 5mins/120C/speed 1.5

     

  5. Add remaining ingredients EXCEPT the choc chips and combine for 30 seconds/Counter-clockwise operation/speed 2

     

  6. Press the mixture firmly into the lined 20cm x 20cm baking pan and sprinkle with the choc chips.

     

     

  7. Bake for approx 30mins until lightly browned

     

  8. Take the pan out of the oven and allow it to cool for 10 minutes before placing the baking pan in the fridge to cool and firm up (this helps with cutting).

     

  9. Remove the pan from the fridge and cut to your preferred sized bars

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  • Was surprised how easy and tasty these are...

    Submitted by Lazy lady on 16. April 2019 - 17:46.

    Was surprised how easy and tasty these are considering no sugar is used! I didn’t have seeds so used 100g crushed walnuts and 100g extra coconut.
    Definately on my favourites list. 😀

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  • These are delicious! Will be a regular in my house...

    Submitted by Hales79 on 15. April 2019 - 22:24.

    These are delicious! Will be a regular in my house now.

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  • I love these as they are so adaptable. You can sub...

    Submitted by toad@jotomex.com.au on 12. April 2019 - 16:26.

    I love these as they are so adaptable. You can sub lots of different seed combos. I particularly like hemp for a chewy consistency.

    Thelma and Louise x

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  • Wow! ...

    Submitted by Lou_Davi on 10. October 2018 - 20:30.

    Wow!
    Made these exact to recipie as a trial run for school lunches and were devoured by the whole family & childrens friends in minutes! I found there was probably a bit much oil/liquid which left a little bit of pooling on the bottom of the slice- didn't take away from the flavour.
    The second time I had to change things up as i my pantry was running low (1/2 butter/coconut oil; 1/2 honey/rice malt syrup; fruit & seed mix), but added 15g more of oats & some cashew nuts and was again beautiful.
    Will be a regular in out house now. Thanks for sharing.

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  • I made these for my daughter 15 to take to school...

    Submitted by leelee74 on 25. June 2017 - 13:11.

    I made these for my daughter (15) to take to school. Big hit! I'm making another batch now. I did leave out the coconut as she is not a big fan but otherwise she loves it.

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  • Yummy, easy! Made these this morning, used 100...

    Submitted by jagvarna on 31. December 2016 - 12:16.

    Yummy, easy! Made these this morning, used 100 grams almonds and 100 grms sunflower seeds, used 40grms coconut oil and 60 grms butter, substituted currents for choc chips. I cooked them in rectangle muffin tins so no need to cut! Will be making these regularly, thanks.

    I gave it 5 stars but for some reason it won't save my stars.

    Shona 

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  • A hit with the kids.

    Submitted by essalee on 12. November 2016 - 21:15.

    A hit with the kids.  Squished tablespoons of the mixture into little shallow silicone mould things I have.  Added cranberries into the mix. Then pressed a dark chocolate melt button ontop of each one.  These turned out quite crumbly, so I'm not too sure how you would go cutting a slice without it disintegrating, very happy I did the individual moulds.  Delicious.

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  • These are delicious! I will

    Submitted by Keznewt on 18. October 2016 - 19:59.

    These are delicious! I will definitely be making these again

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  • How does everyone store

    Submitted by LorK on 9. October 2016 - 13:40.

    How does everyone store these?? Have them cooling right now! Can't wait to taste the finished product! I'll chop them smaller for a special treat for my 2 year old so they won't get eaten very fast! 

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  • I always do just a pinch!

    Submitted by AlyssaGreen on 8. October 2016 - 12:00.

    I always do just a pinch! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Holey cow these are yum! I

    Submitted by danaleerainbow on 28. September 2016 - 15:33.

    Holey cow these are yum! I accidently cooked at 180deg for 20mins and made for a really delicious crunchy slice that I broke up instead of sliced. Seeds inside were delicious and crunchy and it'll be safe to say I'll make again. yum! Love

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  • Easy recipe (though didn't

    Submitted by AlyssaGreen on 27. September 2016 - 18:17.

    Easy recipe (though didn't specify how much salt to use, so just followed 'Melleah's' lead with a pinch. I used a rectange slice tin instead of the 20 x 20 squared, as I felt the mixture was too much to go into a square pan, and didn't want them to be too thick. Baked for 35mins. Extremely happy with them. YUM!

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  • Delicious! Added a pinch of

    Submitted by Melleah on 14. August 2016 - 23:00.

    Delicious!

    Added a pinch of salt as it wasn't specified in ingredients list. 

    Very much enjoyed. Quite sweet for my tastes but I enjoyed it cut into slice squares (5cm X 5cm approx) rather than bars. Was just enough. 

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  • How much salt does one add

    Submitted by FionaElsey on 26. July 2016 - 16:41.

    How much salt does one add please?  It's not included in the ingredients.

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