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Oat Breakfast bar recipe needed please.

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Abitcomplex Sun 28-May-17 20:16:42

Helloooo, does anybody have any oat based basic breakfast bar recipes (preferably easy), something with a low sugar content but tasty? (tall order, I know...)
Fed up of the sugar content in the supermarket ones, and ideally would like to add a few favourite fruit/nut combinations of my own in them, but happy to go with suggestions also.
Many thanks in advance xxx

Movingin2017 Sun 28-May-17 20:22:41

I used this one the other day. It was quite sweet despite not having that much sugar so I think could easily half the sugar especially if you are chucking in a few raisins etc

MusicToMyEars800 Sun 28-May-17 20:27:58
These are the granola bars I make, they are a big hit with everyone who tries them, you can add what you like to them.

Abitcomplex Sun 28-May-17 20:28:33

Just had a look* Moving*, see what you mean, not a lot of sugar, but that's given me a good base to start with, thanks flowers

Abitcomplex Sun 28-May-17 20:37:00

Thanks music, pretty good recipe there too flowers

Abitcomplex Sun 28-May-17 21:05:28

Sorry Moving and Music, not doing well with the bold letters..

Blondie1984 Mon 29-May-17 00:26:03

I make these ones quite often - this is just the base recipe but you can make lots of different variations just by changing the nuts and fruit

CaptainWarbeck Mon 29-May-17 05:28:02

Not a recipe, but pieces of dried apple are tasty in homemade muesli bars, as is desiccated coconut, and peanut butter adds protein and helps bind it together.

I sometimes mash up a banana and stir that into the mix. I sub honey in for some of the sugar, and usually cut the sugar down too.

CaptainWarbeck Mon 29-May-17 05:32:01

Moving I might try your great British chefs recipe, looks good. Thanks for the tip about the sugar.

Abitcomplex Mon 29-May-17 21:56:57

Thanks captain and blondie, more ideas.
Got my heart set on a mixture of apples cinnamon and almonds, see how that goes, thanks xxx

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