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Hey Guys!

So below is a great recipe for homemade muesli bars! These are ALOT better than the crap you can buy at the shops full of sugar! I added protein powder to these so they can be a great post-workout snack! Just remember even though these are healthy they are also full of healthy fats which should always be had in moderation. It is best to have these once a day usually after a workout or as a healthy snack, as you know having too much of anything is never good (besides veggies, makeup and money). I first saw this recipe by the lovely Chontel Duncan from “HIIT Australia” and just added my own twist to it! Enjoy!

Ingredients

  • Crushed Nuts (almonds, brazil nuts,
    cashews) to make it nut-free leave this out and add extra oats
  • Mixed Seeds
  • Rolled Oats
  • Shredded coconut
  • Sultanas & dried fruit (Optional- remember this adds extra natural sugar I personally leave these out)
  • 3 scoop protein powder (I use vanilla for baking) – leave this out if it’s for the kids
  • 1/2 cup Rice Malt Syrup
  • 1/4 cup Coconut Oil
  • 1/4 cup boiling water

Method

  1. Mix together coconut oil, rice malt syrup & boiling water. (Tip: You can warm up the
    coconut oil before hand so it is quicker to mix together). Some people like to do this step on the stove but I’m lazy.
  2. In a separate bowl mix all the dry ingredients. Make 330-350g of dry mix (oats, nuts, fruits, coconut, protein powder etc)
  3. Add the dry mix into the wet mix bowl and mix together
  4. Line a tray with baking paper.
    Pour and flatten mixture into the tray making it about 2cm thick.
  5. Preheat oven to 175 degree celsius and bake for 25 to 40 minutes (depending on your oven).
  6. When golden brown let it completely cool down before cutting it into bars. I find this usually makes me about 12 bars.
  7. Wrap individually in glad wrap and store in the fridge!

Hope you enjoyed this recipe! Tag me in your posts if you decide to give this and hashtag #justanothermummy I’d love to see your recreations!

Until next time!

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  1. […] I was a major victim to consuming tonnes of processed “healthy” museli bars, granola and cereals. Majority of these just like the juices are full of sugar and contain a lot of nuts (which whilst these are good fats always remember too much of anything is never good and nuts are high in calories). If you consume too many nuts and sugars, you won’t see a major loss in body fat.  Make your own museli bars so you know exactly what is in it and limit yourself to one serving a day! (Check out my recipe for healthy museli bars here) […]

    1. Hey honey I do all the dry ingredients to make up a total of 330g so you can make it how you prefer eg. More nuts, more oats etc 🙂

  2. Hey hun, what protein powder do you use, there are so many out there that taste horrible so wanna get the right one

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