Easy Energy Bar Recipe

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Making your own energy bars right at home is actually a surprisingly straightforward and easy process. Get an easy energy bar recipe with help from the creator of foodmoodgirl.com in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Lindsey Smith, creator of FoodMoodGirl.com. Today, I'm going to show you a quick and easy way to make energy bars at home. For this recipe, we're going to use one and a half cups of Quick Oats, a half a cup of raw almonds, a half a cup of sunflower seeds, a half a cup of raw cashews, a half a cup of unsalted peanuts, one-third a cup of honey, and a a half a cup of melted peanut butter. So, the first step in this recipe, is to combine all of our dry ingredients in the mixture. So, we're going to take the oats and all of the nuts and combine them and mix them up. Just go a head, now that all of the ingredients are here, just go ahead and lightly toss them with your spoon. Next, we're going to combine our liquid ingredients, which is the melted peanut butter and the honey with our dry ingredients. And we're going to mix them until they're evenly coated. So, just a handful of mixed nuts a day, such as the raw almonds, the sunflower seeds, the peanuts and the cashews that are in this energy bar, will give you a noticeable boost in your energy. Nuts are also an excellent source of vitamin E and vitamin E is essential for healthy skin, proper immune function and other metabolic processes. So, the energy bars are coming together well, the mixture is nice and consistent. So, now, we're going to take the dough formed ball and move it into the pan and press down firmly. Now that the mixture is spread evenly throughout the pan, you want to go ahead and take it, cover it and place it in the refrigerator for up to 60 minutes. Once you take out the the bars, you can cut them into little squares and you'll be energized and ready to go for the day. I'm Lindsey Smith, creator of FoodMoodGirl.com., and that was a quick and easy way to make energy bars at home.


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