Healthy Breakfast Bars | Susan Jane White

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Megawatt Breakfast Bars (makes 20-24)

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

200g oats (use certified gluten-free oats for coeliacs)

100g walnuts, roughly broken

100g ground almonds

Handful of sunflower seeds

Fire up your oven to 170 Celsius / 325 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).

Using a saucepan, gently melt the coconut oil with your honey for 2 minutes.

Chop the dates and add them to the party, followed closely with the mashed banana and honey.

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