1 small apple, cored
1 cup fresh or soaked dried dates
1/2 cup soaked or cooked quinoa
1/4 cup almonds
1/4 cup ground flaxseed
1/4 cup hemp flour
2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp nutmeg
Sea salt to taste
In a food processor, process all ingredients until desired texture is reached. If you prefer a uniformly smooth bar, process longer. If you would rather a bar with more crunch and texture, blend for less time. Generally, if Iâ€™m making them specifically to be eaten during physical activity, such as long training rides, Iâ€™ll blend the mixture until it is smooth, as this will reduce the amount of chewing required.
Remove mixture from processor and put on a clean surface. There are two ways to shape the bars: You could roll it into several balls, or shaped into bars.
Makes approximately 12 x 50-gram bars.
Â·Be aware that since this is made from whole foods, moister levels can vary from crop to crop. If the mixture is too moist to form into a brink, add a bit more of one of the dry ingredients. If too moist, add a bit a water until mixture will form into a somewhat solid brick.
Providence's ThoughtsBy providence
These bars have a more traditional flavor than the others, yet the same health benefits as a nutrient-dense raw bar.
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