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These nutty, moist cookies will cheer up mid-morning coffee or an afterschool snack. They are satisfying and packed full of healthy ingredients to restore flagging energy levels, without being too sweet. Barley flakes, which are slightly crisper than oatflakes, are available from most healthfood shops.
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22 Mar 2015
Reviewed by: ormess01
Really good, I substituted the barley flakes for bran flakes and just added mixed nuts with orange juice, Loved them
 
06 Nov 2013
Reviewed by: Kazzykim
Delicious! Couldn't find barley flakes so used oats instead and worked well. Great to make with little people, easy for them to mix and get their hands right in there
 
20 Sep 2012
Reviewed by: twinmum
I've made these a couple of times now. They're a bit more 'cakey' than biscuity but taste great anyway. Always one to make do with what I've got in the cupboard, I've substituted the hazelnuts for almonds, coconut and banana chips and the barley for oat bran. I also added a bit of cinnamon. I reckon you could put muesli, or bran flakes in and cut out most of the added sugar. 4 tbsp of apple juice make the mix a bit too wet.
 
21 Jun 2017
Reviewed by: DebbiefromOz
This recipe lends itself well to substitution and is fairly low in sugar and fat. I loved it. I couldn't get barley flakes, so substituted wheatgerm flakes and oats.
 
28 Jul 2016
Reviewed by: ladydoollittle
Make these all the time. Use oats and any kind of fruit juice and add a teaspoon of ginger, cinnamon and mixed spice. Eat them for a healthy snack at work and home.
 

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