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Fi's Foodie Friday

Fi's Foodie Friday : Mornings are getting lighter and the early bird catches the worm. Arm yourself with this great brekkie! Megawatt Breakfast Bars Makes 24 140ml melted extra virgin coconut oil 80ml good quality honey (or maple syrup for vegans) 2 handfuls of regular pitted dates (100g) 1 banana, mashed 1-2 teaspoons cinnamon Freshly grated nutmeg, a pinch Generous pinch of sea salt flakes Just over 2 cups (200g) regular rolled oats and not jumbo oats (certified gluten-free for coeliacs) Just under 1 cup (100g) of walnuts, roughly broken 1 cup (100g) ground almonds Handful of sunflower seeds (1) Fire up your oven to 170 Celsius / 340 Fahrenheit / 150 fan-assisted.A regular 180 oven is too hot guys, and will result in crumblie bars.We use a tin no bigger than a magazine page (around 8×10 or an 8×12 at a stretch). (2) Using a saucepan, gently melt the coconut oil with your honey for 2 minutes. (3) Chop the dates and add them to the party, followed closely with the mashed banana and honey. (4) Add any spices you fancy using – orange rind and cinnamon? Lemon zest and ground ginger? We’re using nutmeg and sea salt flakes today.The Boss. (5) Once these ingredients are thoroughly socialised and gorgeously glossy, add your remaining ingredients. Mix well, and scrape into your pre-lined tin. (6) Press down firmly with your fingers.Admire your brilliance. (7) Bake for 30 minutes until lightly golden, but not darker in shade. Oats will turn bitter if you leave them to brown. Remove the tray from the oven. Resist cutting until they have cooled down. I like to let them firm up in the fridge for a few hours. * Recipe by Sarah Jane White : sarahjanewhite.com * KBPT Recipe 27 : 17th February 2017 IMG_2711
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