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Oat Bars – no baking needed

Yields-10 Servings
 2 cups oats, I use gluten-free
 1 cup coconut almond butter (you could improvise with a mix of almond butter and coconut oil or what ever you fancy)
 1 big squirt of brown rice syrup (agave if you prefer, adjust to taste)
 ½ tsp fine pink himalayan salt
Extra Ingredients
 handful of dried blueberries, goji berries or freeze dried raspberries make a great addition to this simple snack.
Directions
1

Melt the coconut almond butter mix and the syrup in the microwave or on low on the hob.

2

In a bowl mix all the ingredients together until the oats are well coated (if it is too dry melt a bit more of the butter/syrup mix).

3

Grease an 8" x 8" baking tray with coconut oil and then flatten the mixture out in it with your hands so everything is tightly packed, flat and even.

4

Pop the tin in the fridge for about 1-2 hours or overnight if you can wait. Then cut into squares.

no bake oat bars

5

They can stay in the fridge or I usually pop them in the freezer and just take them out as I want to eat them as they take no time to thaw out.

Ingredients

 2 cups oats, I use gluten-free
 1 cup coconut almond butter (you could improvise with a mix of almond butter and coconut oil or what ever you fancy)
 1 big squirt of brown rice syrup (agave if you prefer, adjust to taste)
 ½ tsp fine pink himalayan salt
Extra Ingredients
 handful of dried blueberries, goji berries or freeze dried raspberries make a great addition to this simple snack.

Directions

Directions
1

Melt the coconut almond butter mix and the syrup in the microwave or on low on the hob.

2

In a bowl mix all the ingredients together until the oats are well coated (if it is too dry melt a bit more of the butter/syrup mix).

3

Grease an 8" x 8" baking tray with coconut oil and then flatten the mixture out in it with your hands so everything is tightly packed, flat and even.

4

Pop the tin in the fridge for about 1-2 hours or overnight if you can wait. Then cut into squares.

no bake oat bars

5

They can stay in the fridge or I usually pop them in the freezer and just take them out as I want to eat them as they take no time to thaw out.

Oat Bars – no baking needed
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