Healthy Breakfast Bars | Susan Jane White

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Megawatt Breakfast Bars (makes 20-24)

140ml melted extra virgin coconut oil

80ml good quality honey (or maple syrup for vegans)

2 handfuls of regular pitted dates (100g)

1 banana, mashed

1-2 teaspoons cinnamon

Freshly grated nutmeg, a pinch

Generous pinch of sea salt flakes

200g oats (use certified gluten-free oats for coeliacs)

100g walnuts, roughly broken

100g ground almonds

Handful of sunflower seeds

Fire up your oven to 170 Celsius / 325 Fahrenheit / 150 fan-assisted. A regular 180 oven is too hot guys, and will result in crumblie bars. We use a tin no bigger than a magazine page (around 8×10 or an 8×12 at a stretch).

Using a saucepan, gently melt the coconut oil with your honey for 2 minutes.

Chop the dates and add them to the party, followed closely with the mashed banana and honey.

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  1. is it possible to change the dates for cranberries or something else? since dates are super expensive here in norway

  2. Hey Susan! You're an absolute doll and I loved your recipe! <3

  3. I'm allergic to banana. What else I can use

  4. Healthy .. starts with coconut oil. Ok bye

  5. Looks very sweet, would recommend putting alot more oats, and make sure you press it down hard!

  6. she is so annoying!!! OA!!

  7. looks good. will try it out. thank you!

  8. I don't have coconut oil, but I like this person.

  9. Can the bars be freezed? For how long?
    BTW, this recipe is amazing, totally delicious!!!

  10. She's an Irish girl and easy to understand. 💚☺

  11. Your narration is better than the recipe.

  12. Hey! This recipe is pretty hard to follow – not sure if it's just me, but the mix of ml and grams unit measurements was tricky! Also, it was super important to cool the bars after.

  13. Bars taste amazing but, a couple of things I noticed in this video.

    1. The description says 140ml and 80ml of coconut oil and honey respectively but, video states 125ml each.

    2. You don’t get 24 bars that are the same size as those in the video, nowhere close. I got 12 that were about the same footprint but not as thick.

  14. Thanks so much for your recipe! I've just tried it and it's so DELICIOUS 🙂

  15. ( Video: Gluten free
    [Me just in the corner dying of laughter]

  16. This woman is my long lost sister.

  17. this lady is bloody great!

  18. Please post the written recipe – for us who don't have time or patience for the video! Also, knowing exactly how much of each ingredient will likely give us a consistent & good result?

  19. She is super!!! I want her!!! 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

  20. Best substitute if your like me and HATE DATES….?

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