About this recipe: Naturally sweet and moist, these make a great addition to a packed lunch. They are also a good way of getting the family to try some more unusual grains and seeds, and add new healthy ingredients to the diet.
A, B1, B6, E, copper, zinc
The cereal bars can be frozen and will keep for 2 months. Wrap them individually in freezer wrap or foil. Then, if you simply pack a frozen bar into a plastic container along with wrapped sandwiches, it will have thawed by lunchtime.
Naturally occurring fruit sugars found in bananas and dates are released more slowly into the blood stream by the body, giving a more sustained energy boost. Extrinsic or ‘added’ sugars (such as table sugar, honey and golden syrup), on the other hand, are quickly absorbed and burnt up by the body. * Seeds are a rich source of protein and are particularly valuable for those following a vegetarian diet. * Linseeds are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, essential for brain and eye development in the foetus.
Altered ingredient amounts. Instead of 100g of butter, I used 50g of butter and 50g of peanut butter and instead of millet flakes I used oat bran. I also put a thick natural yoghurt topping on them. Absolutely delicious. Thanks for sharing your recipe .... Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm ... - 01 Oct 2010
Used different ingredients. All oats - no millet All nuts - didn't have seeds Honey instead of golden syrup - 20 Jul 2010
These are so good. Especially straight out of the oven. I use all oats(no millet) and chopped mixed nuts instead of the seeds(just cos thats what i had) and honey instead of golden syrup! Just put another batch in oven and this time I've put them in seperate muffin tins so I don't have to cut them up and risk them falling to pieces like last time! - 20 Jul 2010