Energy bars for on the go – basic and raw

Time

30 hrs

SErves

12 bars

Calories

223 kcal

Carbs

10g

Protein

7g

Fat

16g

Ingredients

For the energy dispenser bar

  • 200g almonds – soak overnight and drain
  • 100 g sunflower seeds – soak overnight and drain
  • 80 g banana – peel
  • 50 g chopped dates
  • 40 g cranberries – chop finely
  • 1 tbsp white sesame
  • a pinch each of vanilla and nutmeg powder (optional)

Instructions

This raw bar provides the body with a lot of energy – without any refined sugar or sugar substitutes.

Step 1

For the energy bar, put all the ingredients – except cranberries and sesame – in a blender and process to a homogeneous mass.

Then pour this into a bowl and incorporate the cranberries.

Step 2

Place the mixture on baking paper and spread it out using a wet spatula to form a large, smooth rectangle of even height (approx. 5 mm).

To get even edges, you can fold the baking paper in slightly.

Step 3

Now cut it into 12 bars (each approx. 4 cm wide and approx. 10 cm long) and top with the sesame seeds.

Step 4

Then dry in a dehydrator for 18 hours at 42 °C.

After 6 hours turn everything once and remove the baking paper.

Then turn again after 6 hours and let dry completely.

Tip: You can also let the energy bars dry in the oven at 50 °C. This shortens the drying time; however, it is then no longer raw food.

Energy bars
© ZDG/nigelcrane

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