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VEGAN GRANOLA BAR RECIPE 2 WAYS | OIL FREE & GLUTEN FREE ( trail mix & peanut butter and jelly)

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2 cups (180g) + 1/4 cup (22.5g) gluten-free rolled oats 1/2 cup (75g) pecans 1/2 cup (75g) maca maple cashews 1/2 cup (37.5g) flaked unsweetened coconut 3 tablespoons sunflower seeds 3 tablespoons sesame seeds 2 tablespoons chia seeds 1 teaspoon cinnamon Pinch of sea salt. 1/2 cup each Pecans, Navitas Organics Maca Maple Cashews, and Unsweetened Coconut Flakes. 2 Tbsp Navitas Organics Chia Seeds. 1 tsp Cinnamon.

Pinch Sea Salt. Wet: 1/2 cup Brown Rice Syrup. 1 Tbsp Maple Syrup. 1/3 cup Almond Butter.

1 tsp Vanilla. For the chocolate drizzle: 1 cup Dark Chocolate, broken into pieces. Preheat oven to 350. Spread seeds and rolled oats on baking sheet.

Bake until fragrant and light golden in colour, about 8 10 minutes. Set aside to cool. Combine chopped dried fruit, toasted seeds/oats in a large bowl. Add cereal.

Stir to mix well and bread up dried fruit. Slightly warm peanut butter in microwave. Maca Cashew Coconut Trail Mix Bars Full of nuts and seeds (and plenty of healthy fats!) these Maca Cashew Coconut Trail Mix Bars are a delicious rest stop treat when you’re on a hike (or just in need of a quick and healthy snack!) There is indeed a recipe for these Maca Cashew Coconut Trail Mix Bars below, but if this post [ ]. Maca Cashew Coconut Trail Mix Bars Full of nuts and seeds (and plenty of healthy fats!) these Maca Cashew Coconut Trail Mix Bars are a delicious rest stop treat when you’re on a hike (or just in need of a quick and healthy snack!) There is indeed a recipe for these Maca Cashew Coconut Trail Mix Bars below, but if this post [ ]. Combine with oats, banana and a few other simple ingredients to create the base layer of the breakfast bar.

Mix in chocolate chips, pumpkin seeds, dried raisins, dried cranberries and more chopped walnuts into the base layer. Bake the bars in the oven for about 15 minutes and enjoy throughout the week. Sweet, salty, chewy, and dense, these Trail Mix Protein Granola Bars make a super healthy, filling, and portable snack! They’re gluten free and vegan, and can easily be made nut free if needed. Good morning, good morning from somewhere in the middle of the Pacific ocean!

Two kinds of cereal, sunflower seeds, raisins, and chocolate chips are sweetened with honey and peanut butter and cut into bars in this easy no-bake recipe. Grab a bar for breakfast on the go or a quick and easy snack. Cut into 16 bars. Wrap the bars individually in plastic wrap or snack bags, and store in the refrigerator for up to 1 month.

1 171.68 12.13 2.04 0 0 12.79 1.75 6.99 5.61 76.58. Ingredients: Cashews, Honey, Oats, Olive Oil, Pumpkin Seeds, Raisins, Salt, Sesame Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Vanilla Extract. The fresh ingredients and my super secret ingredient ( love �� ) take my Toasted Cashew Coconut Bars over the edge.

Put the larabar down. Trust. A food processor was one of the kitchen tools I first invested in when healthy eating and cooking for our family became my priority.

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  • Came back to say that we made these and my husband and I LOVE them. So, so good and really satisfy our sweet tooth without the guilt. ��

  • I can’t wait to try this I’m vegan as well and those look wonderful By the way I like salt on top of things to I use pink Himalayan

  • Let’s be honest…nobody would be watching these videos if she was a fat wildebeast….literally the ONLY reason she has as many subs as she does, is because of her body.

  • okay but wow this is my GO TO recipe for traveling. it has saved me so many times in a pinch!!! amazing job creating this recipe! love it sm, it’s hard not to eat half of it while making it ��

  • umm you dont need to wear skimpy underwear like clothing to make a video on granola bars lol. “beautiful things do not ask for attention”

  • i love the way your pancakes look….i have to find your video where you tell us how you make them. would send you some real VT maple syrup if you weren’t so far away.

  • I feel like I have found kindred spirits in you guys! I wish I could hang out with you, but for now I am so happy to enjoy all of your YouTube content. Thank you both for all of your hard work!

  • Any one have an idea for what I could use as orange is I was to make Jaffa cake ones? I don’t like jam and can’t seem to find dried orange bits in any shops (if that’s even a thing��)

  • Fallowed by a T this recipe, but I think and when I tried it, it super salty… way to much salt… am I the only one that salt over powered any other ingredients…great recipe but for my taste and my family to much salt, will try again but with 1/2 or less salt.. also thank you it’s very easy to fallow and what can substitute the agave?

  • This looks amazing! I’m gonna try it soon. Since I’m gluten free, corn free, dairy free and chocolate free I’m always looking for good store naught granola barsI find them, but since there are few I always stick to eating one brand for a bunch of months and then I get sick of it. Now I’m at the point where I’m sick of about every brand of granola bars I’ve bought. So I think I’ll try making your bars because they seem super easy and yummy! Thanks for the recipe!

  • Wish I would have watched this before I made my own bars last week even though I used almost exact same ingredients yours came out lookin more like what I wanted mine. I’ll def try your recipe next time!

  • Maddie…I made this tonight and I tried a piece OMG..this are so amazing! I made your sweet potato burger and we all went bananas over it! So good.

  • ‘hi Kuba&Lisa…’Lisa this date bar recipe looks delicious…more questions later on the use of dates…ohh and the pancakes looked delicious too especially with the sliced bananas’��

  • This recipe is great, a perfect afternoon snack, thanks for posting it! I was looking for a recipe with medjool dates to use instead of sugar. I made only one kind, peanut butter and chocolate chips, and added cashews and chia seeds. So. Darn. Good! ��

  • Is it possible to use Coconut flour instead of Almond flour? Almond flour is very costly here plus I’m also worried about too much Omega 6 with almond flour!

  • Hi, this recipe looks great! Could you possibly give the measurements of the ingredients in grams please as i’m not familiar with cup measurements and every website I check to convert says something different! Thank you:)

  • This recipe is outstanding, I made these for my husband to take to work, we keep ours in the freezer and pull out when ready to eat. I did not do the pb&j one just the original, so tasty, satisfying and easy to make. Keep those recipes coming. Trying your donuts tomorrow.

  • Hope you guys enjoyed this video! Give this video a THUMBS UP and let me know your thoughts down below ����If you make these bars, don’t forget to take a picture of them and tag me on instagram! �� Thank you all so much for you love and support ❤️

  • Looks delicious! I know the granolas are for u guys, but why u keep playing with ur hair while u are dealing with food. Anyway…. I think u did a great job with making these granolas. ��

  • OMG! Look so yummy, I must try�� I also make similar ball-snacks with roasted oats, softy dates and a little bit of coconut oil, also good ones �� Hugs for You, Lisa and Kuba, from Krakow ��

  • Best granola bar I have eaten in my life! I made it with coconut and vanilla, some cashews, hazelnuts and cashew butter. I really love you Maddie!

  • Next time I’m going to follow the recipe I looked at this recipe and another one (Domestic Geek) that had less date ratio versus oats. Since I was doing all this work, I wanted to get a higher yield. I made something like: 4 cups oats/rice crispy, 3 cups dates, 1.5 cups peanut butter. I knew it wasn’t as gooey as these two keep saying it is, but I was able to press it into my pan and it felt decent. Out the freezer and nope, crumbly. still edible of course, might try using what I have with some other additives to see if I can get actual bars.

  • I saw this recipe in my email today..and smiled. Homemade “energy” bars are the best! and this recipe looks so good (and I have all the ingredients)

  • So much of her hair must be getting into the food… she keeps combing it out with her fingers…ewww. Like the recipe though ����

  • can i also use agave syroop or any other type of plantbased syroop to make the bars because they dont sell mepel syroop in the Netherlands or only online and prices start from 9eu(12$):(

  • OK I’m hooked as I have been looking for a breakfast bar recipe ( not sure if that is correct name). I love dates and these look yummo�� Do you use regular oats or quick cooking? Thanks for sharing ��

  • i’m thinking no coconut I can’t eat it. Cashew floor to replace almond flour can’t eat almonds either. Maybe golden syrup or powered keto friendly sweetener. I would even dare say say some dates or fig but just enough to taste but i probes wouldn’t put any sweetener in it cause cashews are naturally sweet. Don’t care too much for cinnamon so I probes would skip that or use another flavor I like like maybe some ground vanilla bean or nutmeg?

  • i just want to say that this is by far the BEST granola bar recipe everrr.�� ive made this recipe so made times (in fact i just made some right now lol) and it’s one of the recipes i actually make A LOT.. thank you maddie!!!!!!!����

  • Oh granola bars! I made some before with honey and coconut oil as binders. The pancake syrup didn’t bind much it wasn’t as sticky as the honey was. Next time I’m going to try sprinkling salt on them…Yum ��

  • Lisa this receipe looks delicious! Will give it a try. The whole time you were making add-in suggestions I’m thinking: chocolate chips ��…

    Also. Should you be burning the parchment paper?
    Parchment paper is made from paper that is treated with an acid during production to give it a high stability and high heat resistance. The paper is then coated with a nonstick material, typically silicone, to give it its nonstick properties.

  • Thank you so much for this recipe! I will make the Trail Mix Bars for my boyfriend. He is always buying these kind of bars for work. He will be delighted!!!! The recipe is perfect for me because I don’t have a food processor or a blender!

  • This particular “loso shocking plan” paleo program (Google it) was such a simple method for me to reduce Fourteen pounds in the short two weeks I`ve been following it. It took me almost an hour to get two pages of healthy and alluring recipes I want to try.

  • I thought coconut oil was healthy so I too started using it. Now I find that it’s not that healthy afterall. What’s the latest on consuming coconut oil…this week, because last week it wasn’t so. It’s like becoming controversial like eating eggs.

  • Hey, Beth! I saw that you subscribed to me! Thank you so much, but
    actually, this is my personal account. My account where I upload is
    Schmidty D-I-Y. You don’t have to sub, just letting you know!
    Great video! +Walloping Teaspoon

  • Ruled Me, I love your vids and am saving a bunch in my keto folder to try later. Thank you for doing these videos! I especially like how they’re set to music.

  • Those look so good and ridiculously easy! I love me some granola bars but never made them. Looks like I’ll be trying it now though, thanks Beth!

    and lol at the little dance at the end ��

  • It’s 01.40 and I’m now going to sleep. It seems that I can’t settle down until I’ve had my Lisa and Kuba video fix to end my day. I thoroughly enjoy watching your videos and find you both to be delightful characters. Good luck with your life in your tiny house in Poland. Very warm wishes to you both, not forgetting your co-star doggie!

  • Hi I’m new on your channel and I love it! It’s the second time that I’m gonna do your recipie it’s so yummy! Thank you for sharing.

  • Woah, that dough had some kick hey? I’m waiting for my 50 50 sour pizza dough to prove. Store bought, starter however I will start my own soon. Can’t wait to get it into the oven for some homemade vegan pizza! Those bars look epic too!!

  • Such a great and simple recipe Lisa! I’m going hiking this weekend and I’ll try make some sort of trail mix bar with what I have in the house!:D

  • Mmmmm…: everything/all of those look(s) soooo luscious; and the 3 of You are, sincerely, absolutely delightful and charming!! Really interesting, fun vlog, *Lisa*! <3 <3 <3

  • Weird question Lisa, but is that seabuckthorn jam in the video? Really hard to find in the UK sadly, but if it is, I just realised I should probably be looking in my local Polski Sklep to see if I can find it.

  • I can not tell you how much my family and I love the pancakes!! We make a bunch at night, put them away in the fridge and eat them every morning for breakfast!! Even take them to work!! I can’t wait to add this new trail mix bar recipe to our routine!!! Thank you again!!!

  • Hi what kind of peanut butter do you use and can i order it online? The organic vegan peanut butter you can buy here in Germany is small and so expensive

  • Love the idea! Absolutely a perfect no bake desert! And so much cheaper than those plastic-packaged bars!
    However, I’d rather be cautious with burning that baking paper. It’s silicone covered, and although okay for baking, may not be really safe when burned as it might form some small silica particles that then end up in the air you’re breathing 😉

    Anyways, lots of love! I’m going to catch up with the videos now ;D

  • Hi Maddie!! Great recipe. What would be the shelf life of these bars if stored at room temperature? Also would baking this mixture would be good idea if I wanted to increase their shelf life? I wanted to make a batch & keep at my workplace where refrigeration is not an option. Thanks & loads of vegan love:*

  • I’m watching your stuff but I wonder, what to do when I don’t have oven or microwave.. and almond flour and other keto-staples are hard to find.. I really can’t wait to go back to North America!! hahaha please tell me what I can make with meats, the single kind of cheddar cheese available to me, and most common veggies. #thestruggleisreal

  • what good is whole wheat without the wheat germ in it? Oh, I forgot if you know this you will find yourself not needed meat and live longer.

  • I know this isn’t a bread video, but Kuba’s bread looks so yummy. You guys should try making some sweet potato flatbread. Very simple to do-boil some sweet potatoes and mash, then add some oat flour, and roll out (warning it’s sticky), and grill in a non-stick pan. You can even add a little cinnamon and make a desert-type flatbread as the bread is a little sweet already.
    Do you guys ever make no-bake cookies? They’re my favorite no baking requires treats. Thanks for the trail mix bar, I’ll def try that recipe soon:)

  • Cześć! You are so shiny and inspiring, I love your movies:) I would live to ser mode of your desert ideas. Sending hugs from Poznań:)

  • Looks good, but wow that’s a LOT of oil, which is great for the kiddos but not so much for us 40 somethings! Any ideas for reducing or substitutions?

  • i make my own chocolate fruit and nut in a tray like this.. only use organic fruits and nuts and 100% organic chocolate nothing added.. quite bitter so put a little bit of organic honey in…. nice… like you that way you don’t get any of the added ingredients the shop brought ones has… i do like Himalayan pink salt sometimes like you add’s a difference to things… xx bread looks lovely must smell hhhhmmmmmmmm in your home xx xx lovely video

  • Lisa, those look gorgeous!! I make a lot of “stuff” with my oats including granola, etc. but I have never really done a no-bake bar like this and I want them now!!! I have everything I need and am making some of those tonight! I have cherries and cashews and will do that with some orange peel I think. Oh and maybe some cocoa. Ohhhh my I seriously want those now

  • ‘Lisa I really enjoy listening to you on this vegan cooking…you get right to the point.. always you’re the this and I also like to listen to Kuba when he gets right to the point on electrical or building &repair jobs..hey Kuba’s bread looks really good..i like the puffy raised texture…date bars nice and know you two i view many of culinary videos and in my home city we have built up lots of 5* you’ll know where I am coming from with visible appearance taste and texture with recipes not to mentioned countless food preparation projects of cooking and baking in the kitchen…it is my most favorite subject video that I study.. besides tiny house building and house renovation subjects too..’��

  • Can I use this as an sculpting for a cake? As people use RKT or LCM bar but there is gelatine in that. I am looking some eggless and lighter weight for sculpting

  • It’s a great recipe but I would add a bit less maple syrup or skip the step because It turned out a bit too sweet for my taste. But it’s good! Thanks Maddie

  • Can I use banana, chocolate chips, honey and oats including sea salt and vanilla extract then put it in the freezer without baking it in the oven? ��

  • ‘im excited to see Kuba get the rest of the build in for Kitchen completion so you have what you need for preparation that will make your living a little easier..much love

  • Can I substitute the syrup with melted coconut oil? And can I substitute the cashews with macadamia nuts?

    Edit: I have seen your other reply with the recipe to a sugar free syrup so will this work with just coconut oil, water, vanilla extract, and butter because I don’t mess with artificial sweeteners?

  • The date bars look very appetizing. I’m going to try them in a couple of weeks when I get home from visiting family. Do you ever huy dessicated coconut I think would be a nice addition to the bars once in awhile. It’s a very popular ingredient where I live and is even sprinkled on curries.

  • I am going to try one of these today, they look great! My only advice would be to stop flipping your hair over the food! lol Anyway, you guys look very healthy and I am an older lady trying to stay healthy, too.

  • I know it’s being more than a year since you have posted this video yet i really wanna try your recipe
    I could only find salty puffedd rice, would it be okay to use? Are the one you used are salty?

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  • Seeing your breakfasts of fluffy pancakes gives me life now I have gestational diabetes and can’t really tolerate much carbs. I’m saving the pancake and flat bread videos for when I’m after birth able to go back to my starch based diet yum!