Bake Some Granola Bars With Iceland Foods

As a busy mom myself I’m always in the look for new easy recipes that are healthy and most importantly home made for my family.

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This is why I have teamed up with Iceland Foods to share with you all this amazing granola bars that are free of the chemicals, and also they are a great idea to make over the weekend and send them for the kids lunches when they go back to school!

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Iceland Foods have been airing a TV show called “Eat the week with Iceland’ and on the 02 July- 2017 they launched an episode called “busy moms” sharing a bunch of quick and delicious recipes for busy moms like me! Please make sure to watch it!

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We want to share the importance of cooking quick meals that are not only healthy, they are also very tasty and convenient!

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Now to the point! I made this bars and they are absolutely delicious and my two boys loved helping me in the kitchen and they also loved eating them all of course!

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SUPER BUSY ALMOND GRANOLA BARS

 

Ingredients

100g butter

150g rolled porridge oats

75g sunflower seeds

125g whole blanched almonds – roughly chopped

50g sesame seeds

100g light muscavado sugar

50g honey

100g mix of dried blueberries, dried cherries and dried cranberries

100g medjool dates – chopped

 

Method

  1. Roast the nuts and seeds for 8 minutes at 180C.
  2. Heat the butter and honey and sugar until well combined and sugar has melted.
  3. Mix the oat, nut/seed mix with the fruits and mix with the honey/butter. Mix well and then press into greased and lined 20mm square cake tin.
  4. Bake for 25 minutes, cool and cut into equal squares.

 

NOTE: If you want to make this for your kids school lunch, and they don’t allow nuts you can substitute the almonds for pumpkin seeds!

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3 thoughts on “Bake Some Granola Bars With Iceland Foods

  1. Tiffany Yong says:

    So can I safely say, they stick together like a bar because of the sugar? Do the sugar burn into caramel? Will love to try this but I must look for the specific sugar you state.

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