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I wanted to share this recipe for breakfast bars. They are delicious,
easy to make, keep for weeks in the fridge and are excellent for
school lunches, camping or whatever. Best of all they are dairy free.

INGREDIENTS

1 cup rolled oats
Half a cup pumpkin pepitas
Half a cup chopped almonds
Half a cup coconut
Half a cup sesame seeds
1 cup ground almonds
Half a cup chopped dried apricots or dates
1 tablespoon olive oil
3 tablespoons protein powder (vanilla)
Half a cup of tahini
Half a cup honey

METHOD

* Mix all ingredients together and press into slice tin
* Bake for 20 minutes at 180C until golden brown.
* Cut into strips. Store in fridge
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what are pumpkin pepitas?

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> what are pumpkin pepitas?


Hulled pumpkin seeds.
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Most protein bars do have way too much sugar in them & I don''t ever feel full. I agree with the suggestion of a protein shake for the best weight loss results. Also, another great fast breakfast idea is a boiled egg. Lots of protein & fills you up. If you can handle eggs, I love them, you would be suprised how filling they are & good for you too!
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I wanted to share this recipe for breakfast bars. They are delicious,
easy to make, keep for weeks in the fridge and are excellent for
school lunches, camping or whatever. Best of all they are dairy free.

INGREDIENTS

1 cup rolled oats
Half a cup pumpkin pepitas
Half a cup chopped almonds
Half a cup coconut
Half a cup sesame seeds
1 cup ground almonds
Half a cup chopped dried apricots or dates
1 tablespoon olive oil
3 tablespoons protein powder (vanilla)
Half a cup of tahini
Half a cup honey

METHOD

* Mix all ingredients together and press into slice tin
* Bake for 20 minutes at 180C until golden brown.
* Cut into strips. Store in fridge
It looks too healthy thanks for sharing.
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