background

Healthy & delicious recipes from A.Vogel

Muesli & Peanut Butter Bars (Vegan)

  • Preparation:  min
    Time:  min
  • Easy
  • Serves 4
  • Prep: 10 min
  • Time: 25 min
  • Easy
  • Serves 4

A yummy snack or great breakfast cereal bar if you are in a rush, these delicious and nutty no bake bars are super easy to make and packed with goodness.

Ingredients

 Buy from Jan de Vries:

Buy these ingredients from our friends over at Jan de Vries. Experts when it comes to natural skincare and organic supplements, Jan de Vries offer a range of specialised high-quality food products, from gluten-free pasta to organic cacao powder.

Pick up these other ingredients from your favourite local store:

  • 1 cup medjool dates, pitted

Gluten Advice

Pure oats are naturally gluten free. However, they are often contaminated due to being grown near other grains that do contain gluten. It is therefore best to check that the oats you are buying are 100% gluten free.

How to make Muesli & Peanut Butter Bars (Vegan)

1. Throw most of the oats into a large mixing bowl with the nuts and coconut.

2. Place remaining oats (like a small handful) into a food processor with the pitted dates. Add a splash of water and process until combined – it will be sticky and gooey!

3. Now add this to the oats and nuts. In a little frying pan, you are going to heat gently the peanut butter and the agave until they come together in a liquid.

4. Turn off the heat, add in the vanilla and then pour into the bowl with everything else. Mix well until everything is combined and then press into your prepared pan, making sure the surface is nice and flat.

5. Wet your hands and press down on the surface a little to wet it and then sprinkle over the linseeds and coconut so they stick down. Place in fridge for half an hour or more until cool and firm. Now they are ready to slice!

I hope you give this delicious recipe a try! And if you do, be sure to tag the picture #AVogelRecipes on Pinterest so we can see

This recipe is full of goodness

  • High in dietary fibre
  • Rich source of protein
  • ‘Good’ fats & Omega-3 fatty acids

Wholegrain oats and nuts are a great source of dietary fibre which helps regulate digestion and prevent constipation.

Rich in protein and energy boosting, eating nuts as part of a healthy diet is also good for your heart and helps to improve the condition and appearance of your skin.

About Sammy

Sammy Riley is an Aussie living and studying in London who loves nothing more in making vegan cuisine which is easy and delicious.

Want more delicious recipes straight to your inbox?

 

Healthy & nutritious dinner ideas

Get new recipes in your inbox every week. Sign up now