It’s been a while since I posted a recipe on here but I made these oat bars for the first time a few weeks ago and was so impressed with how they turned out, I had to share them with you! If you’re not vegan you could of course change up some of the ingredients, and feel free to swap and change the seeds/fruit to whatever you fancy! It’s a really versatile recipe and can definitely be altered to suit your dietary needs and preferences!
For me these have been the perfect snack to bulk make on a Sunday afternoon and then take with me to dance training to have in between classes or before my gym session for an instant energy boost that keeps you feeling full that little bit longer until your next meal! They could also be eaten for breakfast maybe with some yogurt and fresh fruit!
They are super easy to make and don’t take long at all, they also don’t require much cleaning up which is always a bonus in my eyes!
Prep Time: 5-10 minutes
Baking Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25-30 minutes
50g Ground Almonds
50g Desiccated Coconut
1 tbsp Pumpkin Seeds
1 tbsp Sunflower Seeds
70g Raspberries and Blueberries
1 tbsp Agave Nectar
1 tbsp Dairy Free Butter
1 Ripe Mashed Banana
- Preheat oven to 160⁰
- Line a square baking tin (you can either use baking paper or spread a thin layer of butter to the tin.
- Peel and mash the banana and weigh out the rest of the ingredients.
- Mix all of the dry ingredients before adding the wet ingredients and mixing it all together until it starts to bind together.
- Pour all of the mixture into the tin, spread to the edges and flatten.
- Bake for 20 minutes or until the top is golden.
- Cut into squares and enjoy!
You could consider…
- Swapping the seeds
- Adding nuts (cashews, walnuts, brazil nuts, almonds, whatever your favourites are!)
- Adding nut butter
- Changing up the fruit
- Using dry fruit instead
The possibilities are endless!
Let me know if you try these, tag me in your creations on Instagram @laurenholliefitness – I’d love to see!
These look and sound delicious. Such a great way of getting a bit f energy too, aren’t they?
Will have to give these a go for a yummy snack when I am flagging at work!
Thanks for sharing!
Yes they’re definitely a good energy booster!
These sound delicious! Ill have to try them out for myself as they look like the perfect snack to have in stock at home ?
They are good and you can bulk make them to last the week! Hope you enjoy them!
These sound delicious! I’ll definitely need to give them a go xx
Thank you – hope you enjoy making them!
Looks like a great and a healthy recipe! Will definitely need to try this one out, thanks for sharing.
Thanks for reading – hope you enjoy them!
This breakfast bar look so delicious to try. Thank you for sharing your recipe.
Thank you for reading!
These look and sound delicious Lauren, they look like the perfect snack to have when you need a refuel or energy boost! x
Lucy | http://www.lucymary.co.uk
They are exactly that!
These look great! I am always looking for new and easy vegan recipes. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you for reading – hope you enjoy making your own!
Looks very good!
These look delicious! I like that you added alternative ingredients to use! It’ll nice to make these & customize it with ingredients I like!
Yes they are super customisable so anyone can have them!
These look lovely and a great way to start the day too! I’d prefer to make my own breakfast bars for sure because the ones you buy in the shop are so packed of sugar!
That’s exactly why I started making my own and I personally think they taste nicer homemade – and cheaper too!
These look lovely! I’ve been feeling super uninspired about what to eat for breakfast lately so I need all the inspo! :- )
These are so nice for breakfast because they’re so quick and easy!
I definitely like the sound of these, and what a great idea for a breakfast (I have a recipe for vegan white chocolate and raspberry breakfast muffins on my site which are a firm favourite in my house)! Thanks for sharing!
The muffins sound incredible, I’m off to check those out!
These sound truly delicious! I’m super allergic to oats, so I’d have to go without those, but the rest sounds great. I’ll have to give them a go and sub the oats for another option!
That’s such a shame, but I’m sure they’d work with a substitute too!
These sound amazing, I’ll definitely be giving them a try! I need more vegan snacks in my diet.
Jen @ https://www.thelifestuff.co.uk/
Vegan snacks can often be hard to come by but these are definitely going to be a staple in my diet now!
Ooo how lovely! I’ve been loving doing vegan recipes on my blog too – can’t wait to see more from you x
Thanks for visiting Isobel! Will be sure to go and check out some of your recipes too 🙂
I’m not vegan but boy these look and sound amazing!! I will definitely be trying these out! Thanks for the idea <3
Amazing, can’t wait for you to try them!
What a great recipe! And it’s GF! I will keep the recipe, thanks for sharing it!
It’s hard to get good recipes that work for GF vegetarian ? ?
Yep this is a solid all-rounder of a recipe! Glad you enjoyed and hope you enjoy making them too!
This sounds absolutely lovely! You’re making me hungry!
Haha that’s a sign you need to go and make them! 😉
Oo these look lovely I’ll have to try them out!
Thanks – let me know if you try them!
Yum! I can’t wait to try these! I love a nutritious bar for breakfast. Bonus points that these are packed with yummy fruit and protein. Thanks for the recipe!
Glad you liked it, hope you enjoy making them too!
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