Slices and bars make a great snack but this recipe selection is a little healthier than other options so you can eat with a clear conscience.
*Warning to young consumers* These brownies contain butter beans which are good for you! Don't worry too much though they still have two other important ingredients... sugar and chocolate. Do you need gluten free treats? These are the answer and they are simple to make!
This baked savoury slice is very nice served with a tossed salad or eaten on its own as a snack. It's a nice addition to school lunches.
A low saturated fat slice. Hubby had a bypass last year and I have been making baked goods that are good for the heart. This has a nice texture and a nice taste. I make 24 slices and freeze them. I use the basic recipe and vary the fruit. The date is my favourite, but the sultana one is also nice.
Try this muesli bar and you'll never have a packet one again. Full of magic foods, this is a great snack to take to work or pack in the lunch box. Substitute your favourite mix of dried fruit or nuts.
A quick and easy dairy-free and healthy slice made with apples and wholemeal flour. Easy to take to work or to pack in the kids lunches.
I've always loved these simple treats made with chopped dates and oats. A great snack or lunch box food.
This meal in a biscuit is baked with walnuts, rolled oats, wholemeal flour, flaxseed meal, almond butter, Agave nectar, died cherries and dark chocolate bits.
These delicious bars are packed full of juicy raisins – the secret to making raisins even juicier than normal is to soak them in boiling water for a few minutes.
These bars are a welcome addition to the lunchbox, as well as for coffee or morning tea. This recipe contains dates for natural sweetness and nuts and sunflower seeds for extra crunch.
A cheesecake you don't have to feel guilty about! The biscuit crust is made with healthful oat biscuits and almond kernels and then covered with heart-healthy apples and blueberries before the reduced-fat cheesecake topping is added on.