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.



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!



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!


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


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!






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



  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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