Nutty energy bars

Nutty energy bars

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Richa Chauhan
Richa Chauhan
489
Calories
Kcal
10
Protein
gm
26
Fat
gm
52
Carbs
gm
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Other
veg
Veg
recipepreparationtime
00:30

You may call them as protein bars, health bars, snack bars, food bars, granola bars – they all share the same story and aim at serving the same purpose. They promise to nourish you by providing you with nutrition to help you through your day. Just a small bite of this homemade bar helps me to regain my low energy.

Ingredients

  • listcheckDates
  • listcheckalmonds
  • listcheckpistachio
  • listcheckwalnut
  • listcheckChironji/Buchanania lanzan
  • listcheckcashews
  • listcheckpumpkin seeds
  • listcheckchia seeds
  • listcheckflaxseeds
  • listchecksesame seeds
  • listcheckcrushed pepper
  • listcheckcardamom powder
  • listcheckpinch of salt
  • listcheckpowdered oats
  • listcheckhoney coconut nut powder
  • listcheckghee
  • Method

  • Step-1
    Soak deseeded dates in one cup water. Roughly chop all the nuts, dry roast them and all seeds. DO NOT burn them. In an iron kadhai/pan add 1 tsp ghee, add dates puree (blend soaked dates), cook the puree on a low flame. When the water releases, add crushed pepper, pinch of salt and cardamom powder. Add all nuts and seeds, mix them well. Add coconut powder and oats powder, mix well. Once thoroughly mixed, transfer in a baking dish. Place butter paper before transferring the mixture. Flatten it and place into refrigerator to chill for 45 minutes to allow the bars to set, cut into bars/cubes. Store them in airtight container and keep them in cool place. I prefer to grab a small bite during second half of the day for quick energy.
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