Ultra healthy, these magical little granola bars keep for a very long time. That’s the advantage: on a picnic, on a hike, for a snack, you can bring them everywhere with you!
So for some it looks a bit like bird food, but I guarantee you that these bars are really delicious and that you have a very good conscience while eating them…
To adapt the recipe to your frame (whether square or rectangular):
I used a 9cm by 14cm frame. So a surface of 126 (9×14). This is my reference surface.
If you have a frame of 18 by 18 for example, calculate its surface: 18×18=324
Now divide your area by mine: 324/126=2.57…
2.57 is your revenue multiplier. All quantities must be multiplied by this number:
50g of oatmeal for my frame, you need 128,5g for yours. Of course you can round it up to 128 or 129, it won’t make much difference!
A little exercise:
I have a 15 out of 20… What is my coefficient?
Coefficient: 300/126=2,38 ! Bravo ! To your calculators…
For this recipe, I made EXACTLY like the one from “two moms in the raw”. I don’t know why, I can’t help it. When I eat something I like, I MUST be able to make it again at home, even if it takes me days to do so. The famous recipe cracking! It is finally on the dehydration, which I had not thought of, that I stumbled. Once I understood this information, I tried again, but without the dehydrator, but with my oven. I now know for a fact that the company dries them at 46°C for hours. For my part, I dry them at 75°C for 2h45, which gives an identical result. Sure, it’s not officially “raw” anymore, but the texture, the taste, the appearance, everything is there! And I don’t think you lose that many vitamins because my almonds are always raw, even at 75°C. So if you have a dehydrator, it will work of course. You know it’s 46°C, but for the weather, no idea ! At least 4 hours or even 5.
Magic granola recipe (for a 9cmX14cm frame)
-50g of oatmeal
-30g of sunflower seeds
-15g of pumpkin seeds
-5g of millet
-5g of buckwheat
-5g of raw sesame seeds
-5g of flaxseed
-10g of almonds
-10g of pecans
-10g of raisins, goji berries, dried blueberries or dried cherries…
-20g of agave syrup
-3/4 teaspoon cinnamon powder
-a good pinch of salt
Place in a container, squash seeds, sunflower seeds, oatmeal, millet, buckwheat, sesame, flax.
Same thing with other fruits. Instead of raisins, you can use goji berries.
They bring a subtle taste as well as a beautiful color which will not go away during cooking.
Pour into the greased frame.
To know: when the bar comes out of the oven, it is still very soft, the agave syrup is present. You think it’s not ready, but let it cool for 10 minutes. The bar is actually perfect!
Wrap each bar in cling film and store in an airtight box.