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Breakfast Bars

About this recipe
Healthiness : (62 votes)
Difficulty:  1 out of 5 difficulty
Preparation Time: 20 - 25 minutes
Cooking Time: 25 minutes
Number of servings: 12
This is a vegan recipe


Specialist Diet Information: gluten free, high fibre, low salt
Ingredients
  • 60 ml sp (4 tablespoons) vegetable Oil
  • 90 ml sp (6 tablespoons) honey
  • 25 g (1oz) light muscovado sugar
  • 150 g (6oz) organic oats
  • 50 g (2oz) sunflower seeds
  • 25 g (1oz) sesame seeds
  • 25 g (1oz) desiccated coconut
  • 50 g 2oz) dried apricot pieces, chopped
  • 50 g (2oz) sultanas
Equipment
  • Weighing Scales
  • Tablespoon
  • Saucepan
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Greaseproof Paper
  • Baking Tin
  • Knife
  • Wire Rack
Making and cooking it
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  1. Put the oil and the honey into a saucepan and heat gently until the honey has melted
  2. Remove from the heat and stir in all the remaining ingredients
  3. Press the mixture into a greased 28cm x 18cm (11" x 7") baking tin and press down to level the top
  4. Cook in the oven for 20 - 25 minutes at 180°C/350°f/Gas Mark 4 until it is golden brown 
  5. Mark it into bars while it is still hot 
  6. Cool slightly, then when cool enough to handle, cut into slices 
  7. Remove from the tin and cool on a wire rack
  8. Store the bars in an airtight container; they will keep for one week
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Name: Isha 22nd November 2014
I loved it
yum yum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Name: Cécile 15th October 2012
Dear Cookit team,
Would it be possible to replace the vegetale oil by unsalted butter and the honey by treacle?
Thank you very much in advance for your answer.
Regards
Cécile
We haven't tried your version but your suggested substitutes should work, the texture may be more like flapjack and of course it's not quite so healthy. Hope this helps. The Cookit Team
Name: Shivs Seoighe 2nd March 2011
These tasty sounding bars are marked as gluten free. Oats are not gluten free - unless you use gluten free specific oats. According to the latest European research, pure oats are safe for most people with celiac disease, and contamination is the main problem facing people with celiac disease who wish to eat oats. Therefore to be sure, you should use those oats marked as gluten free. The Cookit Team
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