This lovely recipe was sent in by new NaturalKids team member Rachel from LittleWoodlanders on Etsy. Please go visit her shop and check out the cool toys she creates.
Her recipe looks really yummy, and I am hoping to try it with my kids very soon.
Sugar Free Granola Bars
We love this sugar free, healthy recipe, packed with goodness!
We make these about once a week, and on these days, I’m happy for my kids to snack on them as much as they like, or have them for lunch!
3 cups oats (ground in blender or food processor)
2/3 cup dessicated coconut (ground in blender or food processor)
1 1/2 cup raisins (pureed) with a splash of juice or milk to help it puree
1/2c (120g) butter
1. Whizz up the oats and coconut, and then the raisins, in a blender or food processor.
2. Mix all together, press into greased pan to about 1/4 inch thick (one cm). I use a metal pan approximately 11” x 10”.
3. Cook about 12 minutes on 400F/Gas 6/200C
4. Cut into bars and let them cool, they’re less likely to fall apart.
They keep a few days left out in a tupperware, but I usually freeze them as soon as they’re cooled, and leave out enough for a day or two.
The trick to getting them to stay together is blending up the oats, coconut, and raisins. This smooth consistency keeps them from falling apart easily.
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This looks yummy! Might have to try this as well. . .