No bake oatmeal breakfast bars - variation I used is below: 3 cups Regular oatmeal (not instant) 1/4 cup raisins 6 Tbsp. peanut butter powder (or reg PB, but powder has way less calories) 3 Tbsp. honey, 6 Tbsp. water (add or subtract as needed) Mix, spread on foil, shape, cover with more foil, refrigerate overnight, cut, store in snack bags in fridge. Eat. Makes 8 bars, very filling!
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ENERGY BOOSTER #3: Dr. Oz’s No-Bake Energy Bars are designed to help you fight off the mid-day slump! The combination of protein, fiber & antioxidants will stabilize blood sugar & rev up your energy for hours. Ingredients: 1 C quick-cook oats, uncooked, 1/3 cup dried tart cherries, , 1/2 C all-natural peanut butter, 3 tbsp honey, 1 tsp vanilla, Directions: Mix the ingredients together in a bowl. Spread mixture in a pan and refrigerate for 2 hours. Slice & Refrigerate.
BARS OF ENERGY 1 cup honey 1 cup peanut butter (can use natural or almond butter) Cook over medium-low heat until mixed well. (not too long) Add into the same pot the following ingredients: 1 cup carob chocolate powder (PC cocoa) 1 cup unsalted sesame seeds 1 cup raw sunflower seeds Pour into 8x8 ungreased pyrex pan. Let set overnight in refrigerator. Cut into squares. Can freeze. Bars must always be refrigerated.
~Find a printable recipe card on our blog~ Heat almond milk 2 min., add banana & vanilla. Once it starts cooking, mash banana. Lower to medium heat. Stir together cinnamon, pb, honey & vanilla, then add to banana mixture. Remove from heat and cool. Mix oats, flax, fruit, and stevia. Then add banana mixture to oat mixture until all dry ingredients are coated well. Pour mixture into a baking dish lined with parchment paper and press down evenly. Refrigerator overnight, cut into squares, serve.