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healthy oat bars

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Prep: 5 minutes Cook: 20 minutes

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about 12 pieces

Healthy refined sugar free, low fat oat bars. Cheap and easy.

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  • oats- porridge oats, so small cut. About 2-3 cups
  • baking powder (about 2 tsp)
  • seeds/add ins/ granola
  • honey - a glug from the jar, about 1 tbs
  • nut butter - a glug from the jar, about 1-2 tbs
  • bit of warm water
  • tbs stevia (truvia)


  1. mix dry ingredients and add a glug of hot water (maybe a couple of tbs)

  2. add in honey and nut butter, mix all together really well

  3. mixture should be sticky but quite lumpy, stiff and fairly dry, not like a cake batter but like a solid lumpy and flakey ball, almost more like a dough

  4. press down hard into silicon baking tin

  5. cook for 20-30 mins in 200 degree oven (preheat or not is fine). Take out and press down hard ten mins in with back of a plastic ladle or similar. press down again on removal. To ensure it all holds. When it comes out of oven it should all hold together fairly well but can still be softish, or can be left in longer or left in switched off oven for crispy Cool in tin but cut before it completely cools

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