Recipe Directions

1. Soak the sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, and nuts of choice (if you eat nuts) overnight, and then drain completely.

2. Mix everything very thoroughly and spread on a teflex sheet to about 1/2 inch thick.

3. Dehydrate at 105 F for about 24 hours, flipping half way. It takes a while but its worth it.

4. Add more or less sweetener to your liking.

Harmonylia's Thoughts

By harmonylia

Sticky, sweet, fun little bar of energy.

This one I planned lol.

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looks like a delicious snack!

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I am going to make this later this week. It sounds really good and I like it when I have everything in the cupbourd.

Thanks for posting it.

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I'm glad you think so, I ate tons of the batter while I was making it. And I think I might make it a tad sweeter next time and add rasins or a few blueberries.

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Oh thank you katkanning, I appreciate the compliment, I actually need to make more of this for me when I go running, yumm

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Whoa, this is sooo good!

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For anyone who looks at this again, I just crumbled the bars on top of some sliced nectarines, added a slight lemon squeeze, a handful of rasins, a bit o' agave and a sprinkle of all spice and I have now found my new favorite topping. Yum-o!

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I'm glad you think so, I ate tons of the batter while I was making it. And I think I might make it a tad sweeter next time and add rasins or a few blueberries.

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I am going to make this later this week. It sounds really good and I like it when I have everything in the cupbourd.

Thanks for posting it.

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looks like a delicious snack!

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