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For the blueberry chia jam: 1 1/2 cups blueberries 1 1/2 tablespoons chia seeds 1 tablespoon maple syrup For the bars: 1 cup oat flour (certified gluten-free if necessary) 1 cup old-fashioned oats (certified gluten-free if necessary) 2 tablespoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 cup unsweetened. 2 C fresh blueberries, washed and patted dry 2 tsp fresh lemon juice 1½ tsp cornstarch 1½ C rolled or quick oats 1 C whole wheat flour ¼ C ground flaxseed 2 tsp cinnamon ½ tsp baking powder ¼ tsp salt 1 C milk of your choice ⅓ C honey ¼ C coconut oil. Instructions Preheat oven to 325F. Grease an 8x8in baking dish with coconut oil or cooking spray. Heat a small saucepan over medium heat.

Add blueberries, chia seeds and maple syrup. Cook for about 10 minutes, stirring Combine oats, oat flour, sugar, cinnamon salt, and baking soda. Healthy, filling and delicious, these Coconut and Blueberry Oatmeal Bars tick all the boxes for a great grab-n-go breakfast, a lunch box snack or an afternoon pick me up. They are a whiz to put together and make your kitchen smell amazing too.

These Coconut and Blueberry Oatmeal Bars. These Blueberry Banana Oat Bars are a cross between oatmeal and a muffin. They are highly portable and completely make ahead, ideal for a grab-and-go healthy breakfast. Firstly, mash your overripe bananas in a large bowl.

Then stir in the brown sugar and egg. These blueberry bars aren’t overly sweet or filling, which makes them perfect for a quick grab and go add on to breakfast or even a snack. The oatmeal crumble is crunchy and full of delicious toasted oatmeal flavor.

Personally I think they taste like a Nutri-grain bar, which I loved to eat for breakfast growing up. Old fashioned oats mixed with milk, mashed bananas, coconut oil, honey, blueberries, and a few other pantry staples bake into soft and chewy bars that are perfect to grab and go on hectic mornings, or snag as a healthy and energizing snack. Categories Breakfast and Brunch, Gluten Free, Snacks Tags Banana, Blueberry, Dates, Oats December 29, 2019 May 5, 2019 by Meghan Yager If you are looking for a recipe that is packed with flavor and texture for an easy breakfast on the go or afternoon snack, this is the oat bar recipe for you. Easy Blueberry Bars Recipe.

I was going to call these blueberry breakfast bars. Or blueberry snack bars. But anytime you feel like eating juicy blueberries with buttery oat crumbles is the kind of bar they are.

This blueberry crumble bars recipe is an easy, one bowl, no mixer recipe that takes just minutes to make. Oatmeal Energy Balls make a great grab and go breakfast for the entire family. It’s best to store Oatmeal Energy Balls in the refrigerator, but you can leave them out at room temperature if you are going to eat it that day.

They are easy for a grab and go breakfast, and you can pack them as a high protein snack.

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A simple burst of blueberries gives this ultra­light muffin a vaguely familiar feeling, while the orange and almond flavors provide a new spin and depth to the classic morning breakfast treat.

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Or try the Fruit and Nut Muesli in Chapter 15, the Fruity Chicken Pasta Salad and Salmon Salad Sandwich with Peach Salsa in Chapter 16, and the Granola Berry Parfaits, Frozen Yogurt Bars, and Blueberry Cherry Crisp in Chapter 18.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: While we think of oats mostly as part of a wholesome breakfast, oat berries—whole oats that have been hulled and cleaned—have great flavor and a satisfying chew.

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These are good in granola, muesli, and muffins, and as breakfast porridge.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: While we think of oats mostly as part of a wholesome breakfast, oat berries—whole oats that have been hulled and cleaned—have a pleasant chew.

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They can be used as snacks or incorporated in fruit trail mixes or ready-to-eat breakfast cereals (Sole 2005; Occena-Po 2006).

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Eat them by the handful, toss them onto cereal or oatmeal, fold them into muffins, or mix them together for an all-berry fruit salad.

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Perfect for stashing in lunch boxes and gym bags, these bars are made with wheat bran, oat bran, and 100% fig filling!

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These are a cross between baked oatmeal and a granola bar.

“The Vegan 8: 100 Simple, Delicious Recipes Made with 8 Ingredients Or Less” by Brandi Doming
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CRISP IT UP Just as one might top a bowl of oatmeal with crunchy nuts or chewy, sweet raisins, we wanted a contrasting adornment on our muffins that featured crunch and a bit of sweetness.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Great recipe! I will try it with raspberry and cranberries. Btw, you remind me of judge Judy with a NY accent. Are your roots from Puerto Rico?

  • I’ve just made the granola….yuuummmo. the kids love it too ��!!! I’m going to make the frozen breakfast bar now…do you think I could swap chia seeds for flax as I’m out? Can I also just say how much you exude kindness in your videos…thanks so much for all you do xxx

  • Praying for your pain to stop. God Speed in your recovery. Love you Girlie, your my hero. Kiss Lexie and love that husband. Feel better.

  • Yum looks delicious i am making this soon hoping this will change my mind to love blueberry and oatmeal as i hate them drooling over my samsung galaxy j4 love your videos making me hungry Thanks Ramya

  • I tried the yogurt bars good recipe i used muesli instead of rolled oats for the base i just wish id add little bit of sweetener to the yogurt it would have been way more delicious ��

  • Sadie, first I love watching you, I have many of your things, amazing!! This granola is the best ever. I didn’t have cranberries but I had freeze dried blueberries that I used. (Does anyone know how to get cranberries dried that do not have a ton of sugar added?) anyway, I’ve been making us yogurt parfaits with this granola, but we poured unsweetened almond over it and had it for breakfast, it’s the yummiest granola cereal ever!! Thank you Sadia for all of your meals.

  • for people that use vegan milks you can also add almond or cashew milk! I stopped drinking dairy milk because it’s so much better for my skin so that could be an option for people like that:)

  • I tried out the samosa sweet potato and tofu scramble wraps. Although I love the channel I was particularly unhappy with the results. I used all the ingredients and followed all direction perfectly. The food was bland and didn’t taste very good either.

  • I made the granola for my duagrher who recently went vegan and it was so good. It didn’t even last the week because the whole house loved it. Thank you so much

  • I tried your tahini granola a couple of months ago and now my family expect to find it all the time in the kitchen. It’s super delicious! Thanks for sharing! ��

  • Hi. This is the best tasting granola I’ve made so far, so thank you ♥. Have you got a tip how I can get the tahini smooth(er). Would it be okay to heat it up a bit? Because it’s never runny when I buy it, so I’m quite surprised that yours is. Every time I buy it (I’m in the Netherlands too) it’s hard like cement and it’s always a struggle to get it out of the jar. So any tips you have for me to make it easier to use would be welcome.

  • these bars look great and not so much sugar as most recipes. sending prayers for ur back pain. i too have chronic back and neck pain so i know how it goes. feel better, hugs from michigan!!!

  • I’m not vegan (not sure it’s a good idea to say this on a vegan channel), but your content have helped me enjoy a wider variety of food. All three recipes in this videos are mouth-watering. The granola one seems absolutely delicious, but I don’t think I can trust myself in eating this in moderation especially since it’s rather high in calories (why are you high in calories tahini, why???).

    I did, however, try out the frozen yogurt bars, and they were sensational! I did it again, but decided to make it a “tropical” version with frozen mangos and pineapple. I topped with coconut flakes. It was delicious.

    Thank you for sharing this.

  • I make the decision to stop eating meat 2 days ago (because I wasn’t feeling great after eating it) and it was the best decision and I feel much better now. The only thing animal related I still eat are: fish and eggs and milk from our animals who live happy and natural life here. Also the only meat i buy is for my dog and even the smell bothers me so so much. Your channel helps me find delicious recipes ��

  • It’s very good channel and thanks to making this type of recipes, which is very healthy and looking yum. I want more cooking ideas for kids. All the best for your up comming videos.☺️

  • Hola..
    Que tal, yo los sigo desde México..
    Me encanta su pagina, pero me gustaría si se puede que pongan su títulos en español x que no se mucho inglés… ��
    Saludos.. ��

  • I randomly found this channel…like woah dude… you’re so pretty, this video, the food photography, your clothes, the kitchen, the whole aesthetic.

  • The plants on her videos always get me. I have over 100 plants, but most of them are small. I can’t wait until they are all trailing down from the ceiling like hers.

  • I just watched the video and after I saw the frozen yoghurt bars I couldn’t resist and ran directly to the kitchen…. guess what I am having for breakfast tomorrow? hahaha

  • My daughter and I love watching your videos! She asked to watch a cooking show the other day so I turned on a random one. She looked so confused and said “different cooking show” (she’s 2) and I turned on yours and she goes “cooking show!” We only watch your channel for food videos so she knows what’s up ��

  • How do these compare taste wise to the blueberry oatmeal bars that you made a few years ago (the recipe that was on your fundamental home website page)?

  • So impressed with how much you have embraced the vegan diet Amanda, thanks for sharing you vegan recipes and by example encouraging other to try the vegan diet also.You’re look great and I bet your feeling great too xxxx

  • “Oh my God, holy shit, are you kidding me, yes, looks so f-ing good” are the sorts of things that came out of my mouth watching this. Equally for the delicious factor and the healthy factor. Plus the reasonably easy to find ingredients and reasonably easy steps. Like eating at a fantastic, popular vegan restaurant but at home. You so deserve every subscriber you have, Pick Up Limes. Off to the grocery store!!

  • This looks nice for cool weather, I love anything with oatmeal. Are you still having success with weight loss with eating vegan? Thanks for sharing.

  • I made these today:) and they taste really good! I’m wondering though, are they supposed to come out chewy? Maybe i didn’t flatten it enough?