Recipe Directions

  1. Pulse all ingredients in food processor until mixture holds together when pressed.
  2. Press mixture into 9inch square pan, and chill. Cut into squares to serve.

KhaasLadki's Thoughts

!!NO DEHYDRATOR NEEDED!! These bars are sweetener free – they’re kindof like a Larabar. Just fruit and nuts!

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I don't know - I always keep my bars in the fridge! I would guess maybe 3-4 days since all of the ingredients are at room temp already? Good luck and enjoy your trip!

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Thanks Khaas! I'm trying these tomorrow. One question, how long do these last outside the fridge? I'm planning a trip, and would love to take these with me. It seems like a "How many licks does it take to get to the center" sort of question though!!

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OH good gosh omighty. Now I don't have to buy those expensive Larabar's anymore. Thank you thank you!

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great recipe! I made them today, and topped it with the chocolate topping from VirtuousWife's sesame fix recipe...very yummy ladies!

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hot!.. wow they are beautiful! takes way less time then my bars..ahha

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These look great, thanks. I will have to make bars as I always make little balls and sometimes just changing the shape of food makes a big difference to the experience of eating it!

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AWESOME!!! I don't have a dehydrator yet and these will be great for my kids. Thank you!

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