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3 Quick Recipes for Homemade Energy Bars 1 1/2 cups cashews 6 tablespoons raw white and black sesame seeds 5 tablespoons finely ground flaxseed 1/4 cup wheat germ 3/4 teaspoon fine-grain sea salt 1/4 teaspoon ground cardamom 1/2 cup pure maple syrup 1 tablespoon coconut oil. Instructions. Roast the nuts (optional). Nuts can be used raw or roasted; roasting will add a toasty, nutty depth to the bars. If desired, roast the nuts at 350 Combine the nuts, dried fruit, and dates in a food processor.

Combine all the. Easy Homemade 3-Ingredient Energy Bars. You guys seemed to be very excited to learn how to make these energy bars. So here is the video for it! �� When I first made energy bars at home, I was completely shocked. I couldn’t believe how quick. 10 Easy Recipes for Homemade Energy Bars 10 Easy Recipes for Homemade Energy Bars.

By Ellen Thomas Save FB Tweet. More. View All Start Slideshow. Packed with protein and good fats, these homemade bars are the perfect.

Ingredients 1 cup rolled oats ½ cup miniature semisweet chocolate chips ½ cup ground flax meal ½ cup peanut butter ⅓ cup honey 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ¼. Combine the peanut butter and honey in a large nonstick pot and warm over low heat until runny and mixed. Mix in the oatmeal and protein powder. Do not bake, but heat enough to mix nicely. Press into a 9x9 inch pan and let cool (to make cutting them easier, you.

Preheat oven to 350°F and coat 8-by-8 baking pan with cooking spray. Line with parchment paper, leaving an overhang on all sides. Toast almonds, quinoa, pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds on a rimmed baking sheet, stirring occasionally, until golden brown, 10–12 minutes. Good news: You can easily make your own energy bars at home and cut out all the funky ingredients you can’t pronounce. These homemade energy bars and bites come from some of our favorite food bloggers and don’t require any fancy ingredients.

Instead. Once you have the base granola bar recipe down, you can make anything your heart desires! HOW TO STORE HOMEMADE GRANOLA BARS: Keep the energy bars tightly covered in Ziploc bag in the refrigerator, freezer, or in your pantry.

I keep them in. Directions Step 1 Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Lightly oil a 9x13-inch baking dish.

Advertisement Step 2 Mix the eggs, banana, oat.

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Traditional energy bars are packed with oats and other dry ingredients.

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Many energy bars are really just glorified chocolate bars.

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Crackers, trail mix, and high-energy bars are all easy to carry and are lifesavers when you’re running low on fuel.

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Energy bars.

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Made into small portions with healthy ingredients and no refined sugar, these energy balls hit the spot.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • I used quick oats which may have made my mix a little dry but I’d recommend adding more wet ingredients. Love how easy this is, I’ll definitely try it again soon ☺️

  • Ugh me no understand me american! (Throws protein powder) KAAAWKAAAAA!!! Freedom cry ��

    But seriously great video. Glad I finally found a video with simple items that didn’t require some fresh ground cocoa straight from the top of mount fugi imported on a Pegasus

  • Why would you microwave? You just took all the nutrients out of the nut butter and coconut sugar and radiated it.. not healthy.. when microwaves first came out. The food that came out of them made ppl sick. They destroy food..

  • I really want to recreate these! I LOVED the Quaker Chewy granola bars when I was a kid (and my favorite was also the s’mores flavor ��). What brand of puffed rice cereal did you use? I’ve read that Rice Krispies aren’t vegan ��

  • Great video love its so interesting and inspiring I recently channel to track my success in cooking check it out @ Daley lifestyle

  • my fav was the s’mores flavor!! soooo good im definitely gonna try this out! you should try recreating cosmic brownies next, omg those were my lifeeeee when I was little! thanks for the recipe:)

  • These look superb! Like I NEED to try all three flavors but I think combining the peanut butter and chocolate chip granola bar would be perfect for me because I love PB and chocolate!

  • Great sweet dishes…. thanks…. you will see my new video TARTA Beaf rolls…lecker
    thanks for watching…greatings from chaoskitchen51

  • I tried this and it was so thick and heavy it just about burned up my food processor. I think it needs some liquid.  Any suggestions?

  • I’m excited to try this. Your granola recipe got me started making my own granola, and I haven’t purchased any pre-made granola since.

  • Look yummy. Will definitely make them.
    I could see when you were cutting them they broke up a little. I wonder would cutting them before going into the oven work better? Just a thought.

  • These bars are sooooo good! I didn’t have a food processor or a VitaMix so I actually put the dates in the microwave for a minute and it made the dates easier to work with!
    I landed on your YouTube videos by accident and I’m loving them as a new flexitarian/vegetarian �� I’m always looking for new recipe ideas. Love that you happen to be from BC, I knew right away from the picturesque backdrop.

  • what’s the serving size of 1 scoop protein powder? ’cause the size of the scoops all different each brand. I love this recipe, very helpful! can’t wait to try.

  • Thanks for the recipe! Can’t wait to try it:) I’m always looking for snacks for before exercising, because I can’t go on an empty stomach. When I was a kid, I loved the ones with banana and chocolate <3

  • Ooh I’m going to try these! Most vegan chewy granola bar recipes tend to have dates which aren’t the most budget friendly sometimes.

  • I’m about to try this tomorrow!! Super good!!! I’m doubting the nutrition lol. It taste too good to be true. Compared to what I think is the best tasting protein bar, Clif, which has more carbs than protein. Super delicious!! But don’t forget to spay ur pan!!! I did not and it’s a little sticky…

  • Seems very practical and delicious. I love to put some coconut oil and peanut butter, but I avoid using sugar, I prefer to put some dried fruit.