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Muesli bars


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Ingredients

16 portion(s)

Muesli bars

  • 100 g rolled oats
  • 55 g almonds
  • 140 g dried apricots
  • 90 g Dried apple
  • 180 g pitted dates
  • 60 g sultanas
  • 2 dried figs
  • 1/2 juice of orange
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Recipe's preparation

    Muesli bars
  1. Put all the ingredients except orange juice in Thermomix and blend on        speed 7-8 20 seconds 

    On speed 3-4 add orange juice a little at a time until mixture lightly sticks     together.

    Press mixture into small baking tray lined with baking paper. Refrigerate overnight and then cut into 16 small bars.

     

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  • Thank you. Thelma Thermie:

    Submitted by Thermomanau on 3. March 2019 - 11:36.

    Thank you. Thelma Thermie:

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  • We don't, but they last for

    Submitted by ElizaKSmith on 7. September 2016 - 11:51.

    We don't, but they last for ages in the fridge in a sealed container!

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  • Love these. Does anyone

    Submitted by Abpelosi on 13. August 2016 - 03:44.

    Love these. Does anyone freeze them?

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  • I made this mainly for my 1yo

    Submitted by ElizaKSmith on 16. November 2015 - 11:02.

    I made this mainly for my 1yo (who loved them!), and Hubby commented that he thought they were the best musilebars ever and he would eat them if I sent them to work in his lunch box! Needless to say they will be made on a weekly occasion tmrc_emoticons.) Delicious

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  • Great recipe! Added some

    Submitted by aleisha0093 on 19. April 2015 - 11:43.

    Great recipe! Added some cranberries and chic chips and turned out really well. Will definitley be making again

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  • These are fantasti, thank you

    Submitted by Thelma Thermie on 12. October 2014 - 19:28.

    These are fantasti, thank you for posting a great recipe! I have made them twice now, varying them a little each time with what's in the cupboard. My husband thinks these are the best!!

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  • These are fantastic and can

    Submitted by Kelliehall79 on 11. June 2014 - 17:45.

    These are fantastic and can be modified to suit what's in the cupboard or personal taste. Cranberries work well as do do rice bubbles and little Choc bits. 

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  • I cook these every week for

    Submitted by Thermo-addict on 1. January 2014 - 14:24.

    I cook these every week for the family to take to work. I now experiment with different nuts and seeds, and use a little more orange juice. Oh yeah, and a big spoon of honey! Love these bars, thanks for sharing!  Big Smile

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  •   The possibilities are

    Submitted by raeburn on 1. September 2013 - 16:44.

     

    The possibilities are endless - as suggested above sunflower seeds and pepitas, also could add sesame seeds, spices, dried pineapple, choc chips...

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  • really good!!   I had lots of

    Submitted by raeburn on 1. September 2013 - 16:42.

    really good!!

     

    I had lots of half packets of dried fruit in the pantry, so used your quantities with a mix of apricots, sultanas, raisins, currant, packet of mixed nuts. Worked beautifully.

     

    Changes I made:

    1) chopped ingredients for 10 seconds instead of 20 (meant the bars had some bigger pieces which I prefer)

    2) added a tablespoon of honey (sweet tooth  tmrc_emoticons.p)

    3) mixed orange juice in using reverse so pieces weren't chopped further.

     

    Thank you!!

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  • Omitted the dried apple and

    Submitted by FMV on 1. September 2013 - 14:47.

    Omitted the dried apple and figs but added more nuts, i.e. pepitas, sunflowers, flaxseed and walnuts.  Found the dates and dried fruit (I used some dried apricots, raisins, currants) added enough moisture to an already delicious, and highly nutritious, snack.  Thanks for sharing. Maybe I'll add some shredded coconut next time, or perhaps I'll roll the portions into balls and cover them in shredded coconut.

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  • Sorry to hear.  Mine have

    Submitted by Thermomanau on 21. August 2013 - 13:41.

    Sorry to hear.  Mine have never fallen apart.  Hope you try again with more success.

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  • I have stored mine in the

    Submitted by Thermomanau on 21. August 2013 - 13:40.

    I have stored mine in the fridge.  Not sure how long but find they are a favourite treat & we have them all gone in a week.

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  • Mine fell apart a bit too

    Submitted by Bec Emmett on 16. July 2013 - 10:39.

    Mine fell apart a bit too easily. Not sure whether I need to put more orange juice or less in? I put juice of one orange because it wasn't a very juicy orange and probably was equivalent to half a juicy orange. Did anyone else find theirs fell apart too easily? 

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  • How long do these keep? And

    Submitted by OliviaTaylor on 15. May 2013 - 10:44.

    How long do these keep? And do they have to be stored in the fridge?

     

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  • Kids love them is lunchbox.  

    Submitted by Irenepip on 7. February 2013 - 12:00.

    Kids love them is lunchbox.  

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