Bars are very similar to slices however generally they tend to be a bit healthier are contain more fruits and grains as represented by the muesli bar.
These muesli-muffin bars are very soft and perfect for lunchboxes! The recipe is very flexible as you can use a variety of dried fruits and either golden or maple syrup (muesli bars turn out sweeter when maple is used). You can also add extra ingredients, e.g. nuts.
A dried fig slice that is loaded with chopped walnuts then spiced with allspice, cloves and cinnamon. It's best cut into bars then rolled in icing sugar to serve.
My kids prefer my home made muesli bars to the shop bought ones, but variety is still important. My son asked me if I could make Apple and Cinnamon Muesli Bars, instead of the usual ones that I make. I came up with this and both the kids loved the result. Though it could also be called a health snack as there isn't much that would offend your diet!
Kids of all ages love these, they are a perfect treat to pop in lunch boxes.
This is the easiest Rice Bubbles snack you will ever make, perfect for a cake stall. As a variation, you can add Smarties, chocolate chips or nuts.
Start with a double dose of oats and you're on your way to a heart-healthy snack. For a gift, wrap the bars in baking paper or plastic wrap, then in colourful wrapping paper, and tuck them into a pretty basket. They'll keep for about a week.
These healthy wholegrain breakfast bars are delicious and will keep you satisfied and energised throughout the morning. Instead of using dried mixed fruit, feel free to substitute any of your favourite dried fruits. Same for the nuts and cereal.
This is a quick and easy rice bubbles snack that the kids will love. I tend to double the recipe so I am not making it every day!
These bars are delicious and full of crunchy seeds and rolled oats for fibre and protein. They keep well in the freezer so they are always ready to go.
This delicious dense mixture can be cut up into bars. They are dense and full of flavour, perfect for hiking or camping. Vary the recipe according to what's in the cupboard! Any type of dried fruit or nuts may be substituted for the ones in the recipe.