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Fruit Snack Bars


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Ingredients

14 piece(s)

Dough

  • 70 grams butter - I use Nuttelex for dairy-free version
  • 130 grams raw honey - any honey will do
  • 1 tsp vanilla bean paste or vanilla extract - optional
  • 1/2 tsp Bi-carb soda
  • 200 grams wholemeal flour - white flour will do

Fruit Filling

  • 150 grams red or green apples, cored and quartered
  • 150 grams mixed berries
  • 2 drops doTERRA cinnamon oil or 1 tsp ground cinnamon
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Prepare dough first:

    1. Melt butter and honey together in bowl 3 min, 60 degrees, speed 2

    2. Add remaining ingredients and mix 15 sec, speed 4. Scrape sides of bowl and repeat until well-combined

    3. Place dough mixture onto Thermomat (or glad wrap), form into a ball, wrap and refrigerate while you prepare the fruit filling

    ** Pre-heat oven to 160 degrees and line a baking tray **

    Fruit filling:

    1. Place all ingredients into the bowl and chop 10 sec, speed 6

    2. Cook for 20 min, 90 degrees, speed 3

    3. Remove MC (measuring cup) and cook for a further 5 min, 90 degrees, speed 2 to allow the fruit filling to thicken a little

    4. Refrigerate fruit filling while you complete the dough prep

    Dough prep and assembly:

    1. Roll out the dough between your Thermomat and a sheet of baking paper (or two sheets of baking paper) approx 3mm thick. Try to form it into a square or rectangular shape

    2. Using your Thermomix spatula, cut the dough into rectangular pieces, ready to fill and roll. Much like sausage rolls

    3. Using a teaspoon, place a thick line of fruit filling a third of the way down the rectangular pieces and roll. Placing them with the end/seam side down onto your baking tray will prevent them from opening up during the baking process

    4. Bake for 10 min and check - if they're golden, remove them from the oven and allow to cool. Otherwise, they may need a further 5 minutes. Each oven will vary. I like to start off at low temps and short cooking times with these doughs to avoid over-cooking.

    See tips below
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Tip

Vanilla is optional

You could use 100% apple or 100% berries. Fresh is best, but frozen will also work

Great for lunchbox snacks

Freeze and thaw well


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  • Delicious! ...

    Submitted by Jodielee1 on 5. November 2019 - 15:59.

    Delicious!

    This is the first thing my 7-year old has eaten out of the thermo (had it two years).

    Although mine didn't look as good as yours - possibly didn't cook long enough, or dough was too thin - they were still tasty!

    I'll try again and see if I can make them pretty tmrc_emoticons.;)

    thank you!!

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  • These were yummy! My kids loved them

    Submitted by jobirch on 16. January 2018 - 07:33.

    These were yummy! My kids loved them

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  • These tasted beautiful, lovely and light. The jam...

    Submitted by van der Ploeg on 11. November 2017 - 21:31.

    These tasted beautiful, lovely and light. The jam doesn’t spread and make a mess when cooking, so you can really fill them up with fruit. I used spelt flour for mine, 300gms.

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