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No bake, no nut, Lunchbox Muesli Bar


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Ingredients

12 piece(s)

Muesli Bar

  • 150 g Any combination of dried fruit such as berries, dates, raisins, candied citurs peal, etc, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, desiccated coconut, Use any combination or 1 type only
  • 140 g Butter
  • 80 g Dark Brown Sugar
  • 1 tablespoon unsweetened cacoa powder
  • 100 g rolled oats
  • 30 g wheat germ
  • 50 g puffed rice or rice bubbles
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place dried fruit /seeds / coconut in Mixing bowl and mix on speed 8 for 5 seconds.  Set aside.  (no need to clean bowl)

    Place butter, sugar and cocoa powder in TM bowl and heat on 100 speed 1 for 10 min. (Thats right, 10 mins!)

    Add reserved fruit mix, oats, wheat and puffed rice.  Mix on , speed 2 for 30 - 40 seconds or until well combined.  Use spatula to help mix if needed.  Add more oats or wheat germ if mixture is too moist.

    Place tightly in baking tray (use baking paper to press firmly down into the tray) and refrigerate until set.  Cut in squares and serve. Store in refriderator until needed.

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Tip

Any dried fruit can be used.  If nuts are allowed include a few nuts in the 150 g mixed fruit batch

Use 30g dark or white choc chips in place of cocao powder to have a wonderful chocolate taste.  Thus, put choc chips in stead of Cocao in recipe and leave to melt/cook with the butter and sugar.  


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  • Yum, this was amazing thank you for the recipe

    Submitted by Jo mo thermo on 7. November 2017 - 19:27.

    Yum, this was amazing thank you for the recipe

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  • Can these be frozen?

    Submitted by Nessiib on 10. March 2017 - 20:44.

    Can these be frozen?

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  • Going to try these but are

    Submitted by SarahRusso on 15. November 2016 - 19:15.

    Going to try these but are hey freezable?

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  • What a great recipe! The

    Submitted by MookieCookie on 7. November 2016 - 18:38.

    What a great recipe! The whole family love these. So easy, versatile and yummy. I make these a couple of times a week. Yum!!

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  • Love love love these.  Kids

    Submitted by Timtamthermo on 23. February 2016 - 14:43.

    Love love love these.  Kids don't like them, but there loss is my gain! 

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  • Fantastic receipe. I read the

    Submitted by Karyn Fowler on 17. February 2016 - 09:20.

    Fantastic receipe. I read the comments and reduced the butter and sugar. I didnt have wheatgerm/puffed rice/rice bubbles so I used extra oats and Special K. To make it seem more like an Uncle Toby's I used chocoloate for the 6.5 year old. Will definately make this again.

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  • Subbed cornflakes in as we

    Submitted by AmesinAus on 23. January 2016 - 15:01.

    Subbed cornflakes in as we had no rice puffs, reduced the butter to 100g and the sugar to 50g and they taste fantastic! Thanks for sharing.

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  • Just made these and that are

    Submitted by JacE on 31. December 2015 - 11:56.

    Just made these and that are delicious! My mix was dried dates, dried apple and dedicated coconut. Hubby and the toddler have scoffed a few already, waiting for mr4 to get home and see what he thinks.  Will defintely make again. 

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  • 5 Stars for sure!  I make a

    Submitted by zoelids on 9. September 2015 - 11:13.

    5 Stars for sure!  I make a batch of these every week for my family & they are gone in the first few days!  I do substitute the Dark Brown Sugar with Rapadura Sugar and decrease the amount to 50g and the Butter to 100g and it still works perfectly every time!  I also have to sprinkle a few choc chips over the top to make them like the other kids Uncle Tobys bars for my little 5yr old *LOL*

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  • Delicious!!! Didn't have

    Submitted by McCubbinMama on 20. July 2015 - 19:08.

    Delicious!!! Didn't have wheatgerm or rice puffs but added some end of the packet muesli amd some corn flakes and the kids gave it the thumbs up! Great recipe thanks

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  • This is so yummy and easy.

    Submitted by harribel on 9. June 2015 - 18:35.

    This is so yummy and easy. the rice puffs make the texture of the bar so lovely

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  • Love these - this recipe has

    Submitted by Misdy on 7. May 2015 - 08:48.

    Love these - this recipe has become my go-to for lunch boxes during the week.  I leave the wheat germ out and add a little less sugar.  Favourite combination is coconut, pepitas and dried cranberries!  Love

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  • Love this! Great for

    Submitted by trate on 20. April 2015 - 12:35.

    Love this! Great for lunchboxes

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  • Great recipe, kids loved it

    Submitted by ThermieBaby on 6. March 2015 - 15:18.

    Great recipe, kids loved it and I was able to make it nut free so it could go in their lunchboxes

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  • Totally a hit with the kids -

    Submitted by tikyl on 30. January 2015 - 16:17.

    Totally a hit with the kids - will be making this a regular for the lunch boxes. I made up 150g with Cranberries, Pepitas seeds, sunflower Seeds, Cashews, Almonds, Sesame seeds and choc chips!

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  • Totally a hit with the kids -

    Submitted by tikyl on 30. January 2015 - 16:17.

    Totally a hit with the kids - will be making this a regular for the lunch boxes. I made up 150g with Cranberries, Pepitas seeds, sunflower Seeds, Cashews, Almonds, Sesame seeds and choc chips!

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  • Wow! These are ah-mazing!

    Submitted by Pocockle on 27. January 2015 - 20:17.

    Wow! These are ah-mazing! They will become a firm favourite in our household, substituted the sugar for coconut sugar and used raw cacao to make them a little more healthy but did find them a little sweet, would probably reduce the amount of sugar next time but wow! Loved them! Used apricots, cranberries, pepitas and sunflower seeds. Winner winner tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • My whole family loved these

    Submitted by Bec_Plus_Five on 22. January 2015 - 13:05.

    My whole family loved these (2, 4, 8, 10) especially my fussy 8 year old! ! Yay.

    A great one for the school lunch boxes. I used cranberries, dates,  raisins, sunflower seeds, coconut. 

     

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  • So good. Very easy to make. 

    Submitted by Jess W on 30. November 2014 - 21:23.

    So good. Very easy to make. 

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  • This was really great. Kids

    Submitted by mellietopaz on 3. November 2014 - 22:34.

    This was really great. Kids really love it and so do I (I think I've eaten more of it than them!). I used oat bran instead of wheat germ its a must have to help bind the ingredients like others have mentioned too. Thanks for a great summer recipe! No hot ovens heating up the house tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Very easy to make and went

    Submitted by lozjaz44 on 11. July 2014 - 17:11.

    Very easy to make and went down a treat.

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  • I use wheatgerm just to help

    Submitted by ChantelTHL on 1. June 2014 - 22:04.

    I use wheatgerm just to help bind all, but you can add more oats to achieve same.  I once milled my oats a bit finer and that is also nice to help bind all the ingredients together.

    Love what you do ... Do what you love!


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  • Looks yummy, is there a

    Submitted by thermoloz on 1. June 2014 - 17:12.

    Looks yummy, is there a substitute for wheatgerm, as i dont have any and really want to make this!

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