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Muesli Bar


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Ingredients

24 piece(s)

Muesli Bar

  • 250 g Butter
  • 180 g caster sugar
  • 2 tbsp golden syrup, or honey
  • 190 g rolled oats
  • 50 g flaked almonds
  • 30 g Shredded coconut
  • 30 g corn flakes
  • 1 tsp mixed spice, optional
  • 160 g mixed dried fruit, (ie craisins, sultanas, pitted prunes)
  • 100 g dried apricots
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Recipe's preparation

    Muesli Bar
  1. Preheat oven to 160 degrees fan forced.

    Place apricots and mixed dried fruit into TM bowl and pulse on TURBO 3 times. Set aside.

    Place sugar into TM bowl and mill 5 secs on 10 if starting with raw sugar to make caster sugar. Scrape down sides and around bottom of TM bowl.

    Add butter and syrup and optional all spice  and melt and combine at 60 degrees for 30 seconds on speed 3.

    Add all other ingredients and combine with Reverse for 45 seconds on speed 1.5

    Line a 20*30cm deep baking tray or roasting pan.

    Place mixture into tray and flatten down evenly. Press down with the back of a spoon.

    Bake at 160 degrees for 40 minutes.

    Let the slice cool down in tray before removing and cutting. Top layer is best cut with a bread knife, then cut through with a normal knife.

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Tip

You can add chocolate chips to the mix or press them into the top before baking. If the muesli bar is not for school, then you may also add a handful of chop nuts of your choice.


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  • Made them for school lunches.

    Submitted by simoneaiello on 28. April 2016 - 09:18.

    Made them for school lunches. Kids loved them and so did my partner. Winner

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  • I had to turbo about 5-6

    Submitted by bjajun on 24. June 2014 - 06:12.

    I had to turbo about 5-6 times to chop the fruit.  Also needed to repeat the butter-syrup melting step twice.  I think it needed 1-1.5 minutes on this step. 

    Mine did not set in the pan in the middle but overdone on the edges.  May be due to the fact  I reduced the butter to 200g & the sugar to 100g.

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  • Wow, wow, wow! Yummy! Baby,

    Submitted by Cazzamuzza on 22. June 2014 - 18:18.

    Wow, wow, wow! Yummy! Baby, kids and grandparents loved this. Sweet treat for all ages. I used dried fruit including cranberries, and dates but no coconut. Substituted hazelnut meal for nuts And drizzled with chocolate on top :)  Made 2days ago and all requested to make again so here I go. thanks for the recipe. 2 thumbs up!

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  • Yummy recipe. Easy

    Submitted by lanotina on 6. February 2014 - 14:23.

    Yummy recipe. Easy too!

    There's a lot of flexibility to add your own touches but I agree that you could reduce the butter and sugar content - especially if you're using dried fruit like dates/sultanas that are already quite sweet.

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  • OMG, kids love it! We used

    Submitted by Juzzy76 on 24. January 2014 - 11:35.

    OMG, kids love it!

    We used dates, apricots and sultanas and added more corn flakes in lieu of almonds. Mixture tasted amazing and kids want this every week now! Thanks for the recipe! :cooking_7:

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  • Awesome! perfect for lunch

    Submitted by MGiss on 17. January 2014 - 12:39.

    Awesome! perfect for lunch boxes  :)

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  • Just made these - delicious!

    Submitted by Stephclarked on 17. September 2013 - 21:53.

    Just made these - delicious! However, next time I will reduce the butter and sugar, as they are a bit too rich to eat more than a small piece. I used dates which I think added to the sweetness.

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  • have just made these I also

    Submitted by SimoneB on 6. August 2013 - 17:24.

    have just made these :) I also halved the butter and sugar. I used fruit melady & no extra apricots, & puffed rice.

    smells yummy! 

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  • 250 grms of butter was way

    Submitted by Elect chick on 24. June 2013 - 20:19.

    250 grms of butter was way too much, I could have  run my car on the oil in the baking pan! Sorry but I will cut it down to 150grm as others suggested as I liked the remainder of the ingredients. :)

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  • Not sure what I did but the

    Submitted by KerriKAP on 16. March 2013 - 00:33.

    Not sure what I did but the mix was really loose when I put it in the tray- burnt before the 40 minutes ( most likely my oven tho) 

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  • Very tasty, wish I had added

    Submitted by Pontifek on 9. December 2012 - 22:17.

    Very tasty, wish I had added some nuts in the mix. Used weetbix since I didn't have anything else. Will attempt to cut back on the sugar and butter next time. Great for lunch boxes.

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  • I make these fairly

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 26. October 2012 - 13:47.

    I make these fairly regularly, but with only 150gm butter, 50gm of sugar but 3 tblspn of honey. Lvoed by our family, thanks for the recipe!

     

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  • I make these fairly

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 26. October 2012 - 13:47.

    I make these fairly regularly, but with only 150gm butter, 50gm of sugar but 3 tblspn of honey. Lvoed by our family, thanks for the recipe!

     

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  • Great muesli bars- didn't

    Submitted by jen.c on 29. August 2012 - 22:01.

    Great muesli bars- didn't have cornflakes so used special K

    My daughter crumbled one over her vanilla yoghurt for breakfast.

     

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  • My son is currently enjoying

    Submitted by kharks on 3. August 2012 - 16:45.

    My son is currently enjoying this immensely, after waiting impatiently for it to cool down! A couple of things though... the time/speed you have put to make raw sugar into caster sugar is way too much - this will give you icing sugar (which taste wise doesn't really matter, but just so you know). The everyday recipe book says something like 3 seconds on speed 9. I also had to put the butter/golden syrup on for about 3 times as long to get it to even nearly melt, but I suppose this would depend on how hard/cold these ingredients were to start with. Also, using the turbo function as described did nothing to chop up my dried fruit - I ended just doing it on speed 5 for about 20 seconds.

    Having said all that… my son loves it so will definitely be making it again. :)

     

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  • We all enjoyed this, but

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 2. May 2012 - 15:02.

    We all enjoyed this, but hubby :love:  it!

     

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  • really easy and so

    Submitted by Maria Osborne on 24. March 2012 - 19:50.

    :cooking_7: really easy and so delicious....I changed some of the ingreadients - omitted the apricots (as I personally do not like them) and instead of corn flakes, used Special K and used lots of nuts. 

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