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Muesli Bars


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Ingredients

16 piece(s)

  • 30 g pepitas
  • 40 g sunflower seeds
  • 5 dried apricots
  • 10 dates
  • 125 g Butter
  • 100 g raw sugar
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 95 g rolled oats
  • 95 g rice bubbles
  • 35 g sesame seeds
  • 20 g Shredded coconut
  • 6
    35min
    Preparation 15min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
    Preparation
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Grease a slice tin and line with baking paper, extending above the sides.

  2. Place pepitas, sunflower seeds, apricots and dates into Tmx. Chop speed 6, 7 seconds.

  3. Remove from the bowl and set aside.

  4. Melt the butter, sugar and honey together at 90 degrees, 4 minutes, speed 1.

  5. All all other ingredients including the seed/apricot/date mix and combine reverse speed 3, 30-40 seconds, scrape sides down part way through if needed.

  6. Press the mixture into the tin (use the back of the MC to press it down).

  7. Bake at 180 degrees for 20 minutes - but watch them closely, they can go from cooked to over-cooked very quickly!

  8. Let cool in tin and then remove and slice into bars.

  9. These freeze really well.

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  • A great recipe which my kids love and ask for them...

    Submitted by RosieC on 11. September 2019 - 12:47.

    A great recipe which my kids love and ask for them often!

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  • I just made these and they are the best muesli...

    Submitted by RachelMcCann on 20. August 2019 - 13:38.

    I just made these and they are the best muesli slice I have made. I didn't have rice bubbles so I used popcorn and they were wonderful. (As others have said I will halve the sugar next time). Smile

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  • I didn’t add the pepitas or sunflower seeds, but...

    Submitted by Bailey12 on 11. May 2019 - 14:47.

    I didn’t add the pepitas or sunflower seeds, but did add some cranberries. First time I made it I had mess everywhere and it crumbled a bit, but second time I pressed it into mini muffin pans. Made 24 muesli bites which came out perfect, and no crumbly mess. Good snack or kid size too!

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  • Oh my god these are so good. I added some choc...

    Submitted by dnewman83 on 15. March 2019 - 13:50.

    Oh my god these are so good. I added some choc chips as I had some spare in the fridge. I only did 30g of sugar but to be honest the next time I make them I won’t add any as they are sweet enough from the dried fruit, honey and choc chips.
    Thank you for sharing the recipe. I have to ration them with my partner as he will eat them all in a day.

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  • Quite yummy however I reduced the sugar to 25g as...

    Submitted by Ponts85 on 18. October 2018 - 12:49.

    Quite yummy however I reduced the sugar to 25g as per comments... It's definitely sweet enough but I think it needs the sugar to stick together. Need to up the honey if you're going to reduce the sugar.

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  • great a really flexible recipe ive made with lots...

    Submitted by HannahMixey on 13. September 2018 - 11:06.

    great a really flexible recipe ive made with lots of different dried fruits and half the sugar they were still lovely!

    thanks

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  • We love these & they are so easy! Thanks for the...

    Submitted by KatieYoung13 on 29. August 2018 - 19:10.

    We love these & they are so easy! Thanks for the recipe 😊

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  • Beautiful but no sugar needed

    Submitted by Liz-22 on 11. June 2018 - 15:07.

    Beautiful but no sugar needed

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  • I cooked them for 10mins in the snack bar moulds....

    Submitted by docsta on 21. May 2018 - 18:58.

    I cooked them for 10mins in the snack bar moulds. A big hit in our house!

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  • Yum! I didn’t have dates or apricots so I subbed...

    Submitted by katplus6 on 15. April 2018 - 12:12.

    Yum! I didn’t have dates or apricots so I subbed with sultanas. I also swapped sesame seeds for flax seeds. Delicious recipe and I’m sure it will become a family favourite.

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  • These are delicious! I didn’t have apricots so...

    Submitted by MrsQ on 25. March 2018 - 23:03.

    These are delicious! I didn’t have apricots so added dried blueberries & cranberries. Used half the sugar but I personally felt they are still quite sweet so will exclude sugar all together next time as there’s enough sweetness from the dried fruit. I also just refrigerated instead of baking. Great lunchbox snack 👍🏻

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  • These are a winner in our household! Definently be...

    Submitted by Maceymoo on 25. February 2018 - 16:25.

    These are a winner in our household! Definently be making again!!

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  • Perfect blend of chew and crunch. I used rice malt...

    Submitted by Angozano on 8. October 2017 - 14:12.

    Perfect blend of chew and crunch. I used rice malt syrup and drizzled choc on the top to make them kid friendly. Delicious!

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  • 2 of my 3 kids loved these. I redecuced the sugar....

    Submitted by Calzie on 2. September 2017 - 15:42.

    2 of my 3 kids loved these. I redecuced the sugar. I used GF cornflakes and rice malt syrup instead of honey. I was short of butter so I also used coconut oil. I also put it into the fridge once cooled to avoid it crumbling.

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  • Looks lovely, I changed it a little and added a...

    Submitted by Salgass on 2. August 2017 - 12:04.

    Looks lovely, I changed it a little and added a nut butter (dairy intolerant child), added some goji berries and drizzled dairy free chocolate over the top. Kids just loved it! Thanks

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  • Great recipe. Must remember to cool completely...

    Submitted by melanie-jade on 31. July 2017 - 12:08.

    Great recipe. Must remember to cool completely before cutting next time

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  • This recipe looks great. Do you think it would...

    Submitted by Jaynic on 18. July 2017 - 17:00.

    This recipe looks great. Do you think it would work in the thermomix silicone bar moulds?

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  • Liked by all but really crumbly. Reduced sugar,...

    Submitted by Merobi on 12. February 2017 - 19:43.

    Liked by all but really crumbly. Reduced sugar, added cacao nibs and used chia seeds as I didn't have sesame seeds. Cooked for 18 minutes, maybe they were over cooked? Flavour really nice. Rating isn't coming up - 4 stars

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  • Will be trying these tomorrow! How long would they...

    Submitted by M.Buscombe on 3. January 2017 - 23:08.

    Will be trying these tomorrow! How long would they stay good if stored in a container?

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  • yum

    Submitted by HieFamily on 24. November 2016 - 23:15.

    yum

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  • Absolutely love these muesli

    Submitted by Lantana on 2. November 2016 - 10:58.

    Absolutely love these muesli bars, didn't have rice bubbles so used corn flakes instead, other than that I followed the recipe faithfully YUMMMM!!!!! Will definitely be a favourite.

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  • Delish. Swapped out the dates

    Submitted by steph_jane on 23. October 2016 - 14:00.

    Delish. Swapped out the dates for other dried fruits i had, and reduced the sugar slightly.

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  • YUM!! I followed recipe

    Submitted by zmourad1 on 5. October 2016 - 17:13.

    YUM!! I followed recipe ingredients exactly but cooked at 170c for 18mins in convection oven. Next time might reduce sugar a little as a tad sweet for me. 

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  • I usually make these once a

    Submitted by sue65 on 18. September 2016 - 13:02.

    I usually make these once a week , a great snack. I use craneberries in place of Apricots . 

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  • I love these! I added 70g

    Submitted by MelPet on 3. September 2016 - 15:26.

    I love these! I added 70g "Power & Go" mix from Coles scoop & weigh section in place of the sunflower & pepitas, as I didn't have them. I also add a little dried pineapple with the apricots & dates. I freeze them in bar-portions, take them to work straight from the freezer & they are delicious.

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  • Kids love these.   I had to

    Submitted by Rach_77 on 28. August 2016 - 11:43.

    Kids love these.   I had to trial and test a couple of things with quantities but they are a great lunchbox treat.   Don't overlook and let cool COMPLETELY before cutting  

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  • Forgot to rate! 5 stars for

    Submitted by MelPet on 26. August 2016 - 08:14.

    Forgot to rate! 5 stars for sure.

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  • I love this recipe! They are

    Submitted by MelPet on 26. August 2016 - 08:13.

    I love this recipe! They are delicious as is, you can swap around ingredients to suit tastes & what you have on hand. Cool completely before cutting is the key I think. I wrap and freeze them in individual serves, taste perfect. Thank you

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  • These are so yummy!! Hubby

    Submitted by Brookebethell on 2. August 2016 - 18:24.

    These are so yummy!! Hubby absoluely loved them too. I only added 35g of raw sugar instead of 100g and i also added raisins and dried cranberries! These will be a weekly thing in our house now.

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  • This recipe is great, so much

    Submitted by AlishaG01 on 15. May 2016 - 21:36.

    This recipe is great, so much that I've just about demolished the lot! I used cornflakes instead of the rice bullbes,  and excluded the sugar. I added an extra tablesoon of honey and some chia seeds. Turned out wonderful. Definitely a hit. I baked mine as per the instructions and then put it in the fridge to set. They turned out really well, not too hard and slightly chewy. I'll be making these again but migth try refrigerating only as some of the comments have suggested just to see the difference.

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  • Worked out nice thank you. I

    Submitted by Janes2701 on 24. April 2016 - 06:59.

    Worked out nice thank you. I added cranberries with less apricot. i am going to spoil the healthy bit a little and lightly dip the base in chocolate to help hold together! 

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  • My family love these. Will

    Submitted by reehaa on 27. February 2016 - 14:10.

    My family love these. Will make regularly. Thank you!

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  • I dont cook mine I put them

    Submitted by Funkygirl on 4. November 2015 - 22:57.

    I dont cook mine I put them straight into the fridge less crumbly..

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  • Thanks for a great recipe. I

    Submitted by Funkygirl on 4. November 2015 - 22:56.

    Thanks for a great recipe. I totally cut the sugar out of this recipe and added a bit of extra honey. A+ I also just put them straight into the fridge and didn't cook them tasted devine. 

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  • Awesome

    Submitted by shell.sells.sea.shells on 27. October 2015 - 16:58.

    Awesome

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  • Made my first batch last

    Submitted by sunless on 4. October 2015 - 10:53.

    Made my first batch last weekend, i replaced the rice bubbles with extra oats, added chia seeds and added desiccated coconut instead of shredded. These turned out even nicer than i anticipated. Will be making more today for the kids for nut-free daycare snacks.

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  • Lovely bars.  I made them

    Submitted by Willoughby on 3. October 2015 - 09:22.

    Lovely bars.  I made them with no sugar and they were very nice.  Thanks for posting tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • These are fabulous - I've got

    Submitted by Megsy13 on 6. September 2015 - 07:36.

    These are fabulous - I've got my second batch in the oven now.  I wasn't sure which dates to use, so I pitted some Medjool dates I had on hand, and as per the comments I halved the sugar.Batch 1 As per the recipe except that I only had diced apricot, so I used 110 grams (all I had left in the bag!) and only had 70grams of rice bubbles.  They are really good!

    Batch 2No more apricots or rice bubbles, so I used 100g Craisins and  a handful of currants and replaced the rice bubbles with cornflakes. Only had half the sunflower seeds,  and my son doesn't like sesame seeds, so I left them out. 

    This is such a versatile recipe!  Thanks for sharing tmrc_emoticons.)

    **edited to add - make sure you press them down well and cool them in the tray to make sure they stay together. I just made another couple of batches and was keen to put the second lot in the tray, so flipped out the first batch while still warm without thinking.  :O. Not a good plan....

     

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  • I'm on my second batch of the

    Submitted by thermoshep on 30. August 2015 - 13:59.

    I'm on my second batch of the weekend - everyone went back for seconds on the first! 

    I halved the sugar and used coconut suga and added some chia. I let it cool completely before cutting and it held together perfectly. So god for lunch boxes and work snacks. 

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  • Love the muesli bar.

    Submitted by Jenn18y on 22. August 2015 - 11:04.

    Love the muesli bar.  However, find mine are really crumbly and don't hold shape easily.  Any suggestions?

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  • Delicious!!! I halved the

    Submitted by MauzWilson on 16. August 2015 - 22:21.

    Delicious!!! I halved the sugar and it was still pretty sweet. Will omit the sugar completely next time. Threw in a handful of chia seeds for good measure.

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  • Great recipe thanks. Used

    Submitted by fifit on 14. August 2015 - 14:33.

    Great recipe thanks. Used cranberries instead of apricots and a bit more oats as i didnt have rice bubbles. could probably reduce sugar next time.

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  • Yum!  I didn't have apricots

    Submitted by mummyt on 12. August 2015 - 16:28.

    Yum!  I didn't have apricots or peppitas, but added chia seeds.  Was really nice.  Kids loved them too.

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  • Oh these are pure yum.  I

    Submitted by Thermotess on 10. August 2015 - 23:36.

    Oh these are pure yum.  I dropped the temp on my fan forced oven to 170 and they were cooked perfectly.  I also allowed them to cool completely before slicing and they seemed to hold their shape well. These will be a regular feature in my kids lunchboxes.  I look forward to experiementing with different ingredients too.  Thank you so much for sharing  Cooking 7

    Happy Thermomixing!


    Thermotess

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  • I used 95g puffed rice

    Submitted by Nbourke17 on 7. August 2015 - 11:37.

    I used 95g puffed rice instead of rice bubbles, and it seemed way too much for the butter/fruit mixture... Not sure why? I halved the sugar. It's currently in the oven, can't wait to try. 

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  • Yep what everyone else said,

    Submitted by Pocockle on 20. July 2015 - 16:39.

    Yep what everyone else said, really yummy! I also halved the sugar and used coconut sugar and threw in a handful of currants and they are perfect! Will definitely be a go to recipe. Thanks tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • When you say it goes from

    Submitted by SarahJane87 on 10. July 2015 - 16:35.

    When you say it goes from cooked to over-cooked quickly, what signs should i be looking out for to tell me its done? 

    thanks! looking forward to making these!!

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  • absolutly my husbands faves,

    Submitted by r0chelle on 18. May 2015 - 10:52.

    absolutly my husbands faves, I add some protein powder and change up with some nuts, but the texture of this reciept is excellent and very versatile - thanks for sharing

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  • So yummy!  

    Submitted by Banditsam on 16. May 2015 - 20:36.

    So yummy!

     

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  • Delicious. I too halved sugar

    Submitted by simonebb on 13. May 2015 - 21:05.

    Delicious. I too halved sugar and they were just right. A firm favourite here. Thanks for sharing. 

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