We love doing sports, especially walking and running, that’s why we shared with you the homemade energy bars that we usually eat to recharge batteries or to train with energy. Now we bring you another alternative, these muesli bars which, being hard, are easier to store and transport.
The recipe is similar to the one for granola but in bars strong> and with different ingredients. Of course you can use the nuts, dehydrated fruits and seeds that you prefer, we have used almonds, dates, dried cranberries and flax seeds on this occasion, but we usually change the ingredients as long as the proportions are maintained.
- 200 gramos de copos de avena
- 150 gramos de almendras crudas sin sal
- 75 gramos de dátiles
- 75 gramos de arándanos secos
- 3 cucharadas de semillas de lino
- 2 cucharaditas de canela en polvo
- 230 gramos de sirope de agave
- 2 cucharaditas de aceite de coco (o del que tengáis)
- 2 cucharaditas de extracto de vainilla (opcional)
- 2 cucharadas de agua
- Put the oat flakes in a bowl , almonds, dates, flax seeds and cinnamon powder. You can chop the ingredients or add them whole.
- Put the agave syrup, the oil, the vanilla extract and the water in a saucepan, stir and leave it on the heat medium until the ingredients are completely integrated but without boiling. We leave them until the coconut oil has completely melted.
- We pour the liquid ingredients over the dry ones and stir with a spoon so that the liquid mixture is distributed throughout the same.
- Put the mixture on a baking tray lined with parchment paper and press it to make it completely compact, using the kitchen paper. We place the tray in the central height of the oven (previously preheated) at 160 degrees for 25 minutes.
- When the 25 minutes have passed, we take it out of the oven and let it cool completely before cutting the muesli into bars and removing them from the tray. Ideally, store them in an airtight container at room temperature in a cool, dry place, and consume them within 15 days.