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Creating a Nutritious and Delicious Homemade Energy Bar

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Creating a Nutritious and Delicious Homemade Energy Bar

Hello everyone! In this guide, you’ll learn how to make delicious, nutrient-dense homemade energy bars. Not

only are these bars delicious, they are also full of natural ingredients and offer a great combination of flavors and

essential nutrients. Let’s start preparing these wonderful snacks step by step.

Ingredients:

dates: 100g (approx.3.5 ounces)

Apples: 70 g (approx. 2.5 ounces)

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Dried blueberries: 45 g (approx. 1.6 ounces)

Raisins: 50 g (approx. 1.8 ounces)

Dried apricots: 80 g (approx. 2.8 ounces)

Pumpkin seeds: 50 g (approx.1.8 ounces)

almonds: 70 g (approx. 2.5 ounces)

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roasted cashews: 75 g (approx. 2.6 ounces)

sesame seeds (save some for decoration): 35 g (approx. 1.2 ounces)

pine nuts: 20 g (approx. 0.7 ounces)

flax seeds: 20 g (approx.0.7 oz)

Preparation steps:

First, rinse the nuts in cold water to remove preservatives and activate their nutrients. Let them soak for 15-20

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minutes.

While the fruit is soaking, slice the almonds and roughly chop the cashews.

Lightly toast the pumpkin seeds and pine nuts in a dry pan until fragrant to enhance their flavor.

After soaking, core the dates and cut them into small pieces together with the dried apricots.In a blender,

combine soaked dates, apples, dried cranberries, raisins and apricots. Stir everything until smooth.

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Add the sliced ​​almonds and roasted cashews to the fruit mixture to give the fruit mixture more consistency.

Add the sesame seeds and save some for decoration. Add pumpkin seeds, pine nuts and flaxseeds to the mixture

to improve their nutritional value and taste.Mix all ingredients well to get a well uniform consistency.

Form a cylindrical tree trunk from the mixture.

Roll the log with the remaining sesame seeds to create an attractive external texture.

Place the log in the refrigerator for about two hours to solidify.

After cooling, cut the log into bite-sized energy bars.Wrap each bar in parchment paper for convenient storage

and eating.

Enjoy your homemade energy bars! They are perfect as a source of energy on the go or as a quick snack during

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the day.

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