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« on: August 02, 2009 03:17:26 PM »

Hi there!
I don't know if any of you saw the link that was posted on the craftster homepage for the "lärabar" recipe over on Chocolate & Zucchini, but if you didn't, check it out!
I was intrigued, as I have thought before about creating my own energy bars. I don't really like chocolate all that much (I know, I'm a freak), so I changed the recipe around. They came out really good, so I thought I'd share it here!



Ingredients:
1 16oz package Medjool dates
1.5 cups roasted unsalted mixed nuts
Juice and most of the zest from one small lemon
1/4 cup whole flax seed
1/3 cup dried cranberries
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
A little bit of whole wheat flour (or any flour, really)

First, pulse the nuts in a food processor until they are broken up, but not reduced to a dust. Remove and set aside.

If your dates are not pitted, you will need to pit them yourself (like I did). Simply slice in half with a paring knife and remove the pits.

Process dates into a thick paste in the food processor. You will know they are mashed enough when a ball forms and starts threatening to jam up the blade. Take the ball out, break it into pieces, and put it back into the food processor (your hands are going to be sticky now if they weren't already).

Add the rest of the ingredients (except for the flour), and process until mixed, or until another ball forms. Take the ball out, and if it looks like it could still use a little mixing, knead it around in your hands.

Flour your baking pan (I used an 8.5" square pyrex dish) and then press in the mixture.

Put it in the fridge and let it set until firm, then cut up into small rectangles and wrap them individually in plastic wrap. I got 15 out of the batch, they seem small but they are really rich and packed with energy. A little goes a long way! They will keep for about a week in the fridge.

http://alysiamakes.blogspot.com/2009/08/alysiabars.html
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« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2009 07:05:24 PM »

I love lara bars and have been wanting to make my own. These look yummy! Great job Smiley
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