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Homemade Muesli Bar

As mentioned in the previous post, I have not been doing much baking because one single bake is simply too unhealthy for just 2 persons in the house to finish up. And I usually don’t eat my products. I bake for fun, taste it and I am satisfied.

I did try to make smaller portions of Hokkaido cupcakes, but they turn out so ugly after they shrank so much in the paper cups. They tasted alright but I’m so disappointed with the appearance. I saw the cupcakes for sale in shops and they still hold their shape well. What’s the secret???

So, I was clearing out the fridge and thought I’ll just dump those leftover nuts and raisins together to make into museli bars – oat, almond, raisins, sesame seeds, mix it in butter, sugar and honey and voila, tasty and crunchy museli bars! I’ve already cut back on the sugar but i think it’s still too sweet for me.

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Good for breakfast and as a healthy afternoon snack.

IngredientsOat 100g
Unsalted butter 90g
Assorted nuts 45g
Brown sugar 40g
Honey 30g
Cake flour 45g
Cranberries/raisins 45g
Sesame seeds 20g
  1. Roughly chop the assorted nuts and bake them for 5 minutes at 175°C. Leave to cool.
  2. Mix the dry ingredients (oat, nuts, flour, sesame seeds, cranberries) in a bowl.
  3. Melt the butter, stir in brown sugar and honey and mix until incorporated.
  4. Pour the dry ingredients from 2 into the sugar mixture. Mix well.
  5. Line baking pan (8×8 inch) with aluminum foil. Pour the final mixture into pan. Press the mixture firmly onto pan with the back of a spoon.
  6. Bake for 25 minutes in 180°C preheated oven.
  7. Leave to cool. Cut into 16 pieces.
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