For your upcoming Trailläufe and hikes I would like to reveal one of my favorite recipes, with which you can conjure up super delicious cereal bars on the go.
There are some good reasons to do it for yourself: you know what you put into the muesli bars of ingredients - because who knows exactly what the commercial food bars actually contain? In addition, they cost only a few cents per bar, and the effort to make even the small powerhouse, is surprisingly low.
Recipe for 1 sheet
- 250 ml oat milk or rice milk
- 150 g dry fruits such as figs, dates, raisins, cranberries, etc.
- 300 g of oatmeal
- 100 g chopped almonds
- 100 g of chopped nuts such as hazelnuts, almonds, sunflower seeds, walnuts etc.
- 50 ml sunflower or rapeseed oil, also like healthy oil like walnut oil
- about 400ml honey, just enough that the mass is stable
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon and 1 pinch of salt
The dried fruits and nuts are first crushed or even pureed, depending on how much crunch you want to have later.
Then mix all the dry ingredients and add the honey. Then boil the oil together with the oat milk and add it hot to the dry mass. It should be a homogeneous mixture (if not, add either more fruit or more milk, depending on the consistency).
Lay out the baking sheet with baking paper and distribute the mixture evenly with a tablespoon. With a spatula you press the mass, so that it is about the same thickness everywhere. The edges are best pushed together with the spatula. The mass should be the same everywhere.
At 180 degrees, the bars on the middle rail take about 15-20 minutes. When they are baked golden brown, they are cut into size-sized pieces and then left to cool.
For takeaway, I usually pack the bars in paper veal bags or wrap them in sandwich paper or baking paper. Canned in airtight containers, they are refrigerated at least 2-3 weeks and you have a healthy Power snackin which one tastes (and knows) what is good in it!