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I thought I should have a post marked on this day :) so here goes the healthy tasty breakfast bars.I Oats is my fav.....I try to add them in most of my baking experiments. One such experimented bars were these and it turned out super success that I made them 2-3 times after that.
Honey coated oats with peanuts is such a nice combination. These are very tasty bars with a additional tag of healthy...so do give a try and enjoy ur breakfast bars.
- Oats - 2 cups [I used Quaker] Here my 1 cup measures 100gms
- Sugar - 2 tbsp
- Butter - 1.5 tbsp
- Honey - 1/4 cup
- Peanuts - a handful
- Just melt the butter by heating it in low flame, switch off. Now add sugar and honey mix well.
- Add in the oats, and peanuts, mix till all is combined well.
- Grease a tray or cake pan with butter or ghee. Pre-heat the oven to 180c / 350F.
- Spread the oats peanuts mixture evenly on the tray. The thickness of the bars is purely ur choice....I wanted mine a little thinner so spreaded a thin layer.
- With a help of the backside of the spoon press them firmly to make it even on all sides. Sprinkle little sugar on top...this is optional but gives a nice taste in every bite.
- Bake them for 13-15 mins at 180c or till the oats get baked to golden colour.
- Keep a close eye watch after 10mins, as they tend to get burnt easily. Remove from the oven and immediately mark slices over the oats because once it gets cooled down its hard to mark pieces.
- Allow it to cool down for 30 mins atleast. Now break along the marked slices and enjoy ur breakfast bars. Cool and store them in air tight container.
My Notes :
- If you want thick bars, the baking time will definitely differ, it may take 5-10 mins extra but keep an eye after 15mins.
- The slices should be carefully marked as soon as the bars are removed from oven else they would become firm making it tough to mark slices.
- Dont omit the butter, as this is the main ingredient which gives the crispness.
- When kept in a airtight container the crispness of the bars retains for about a week.
These are crispy bars which are mildly sweet, you can adjust the sweetness accordingly. These are easy and quick to make on the go bars.
Labels: Breakfast Ideas, Oats Recipes