You know when you come home from school or work or even from a long day and you just really need something to eat, but you are to lazy to cook anything or your going to go out but in like 1 hour and you just need something that gives you energy will then I got a really good musli bar recipe to and its really simple to make.
You will need
- 56g unsalted butter, cut into pieces
- 113g honey
- 230g old fashioned rolled oats (I just use normal oats don’t know what that fancy word stands for)
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extracted (I didn’t use vinyl extract and it worked)
- 50g sugar (light brown if possible)
- 60g (you can have more dried cranberries, ruffly chopped (you can use other dry fruits)
- 65g (and again you can use more) chocolate (I use milk but you can use what ever you want you can even mix 2 different chocolate together)
- preheat the oven to 180 degrees and lay a baking sheet on the baking try
- spread the oats evenly on the baking sheet
- toast the oats for around 10 minutes (once the oats are done take them out and transfer into a large mixing bowl)
- when the oats are in the oven combine the honey, butter, extract and salt in a medium saucepan and place over a medium heat. Cook till the sugar is completely dissolved.
- Once the oats are done remove from the oven and reduce the heat of the oven to 150 degrees
- Immediately add the oats to the lipid mixture, add the dried fruit and chocolate and stir till combined
- Put the mixture onto the prepared baking sheet and press down (you could even use a rolling pin for this) , evenly distributing the mixture on the baking sheet, place in the oven to bake for 25 minutes (or slightly less if you want them chewy).
- Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely (if your don’t want to wait for that long then just put them in the fridge for around 5 minutes) . Then cut them into squares.