Monday, 16 September 2013

SPICY CEREAL BARS EXPRESS







i-PAD VERSION
150g of chocolate chips, dried fruits and nuts (almonds, pistachios, raisins, cranberries, hazelnuts…) – 100g of oat flakes – 70g of melted butter – ¼ tbsp. of chili powder  – 70g of golden syrup.

Preheat the oven to 200° C.
Reduce a little bit the fruits/chocolate/nuts mix in a food processor.
In a bowl, combine well the nuts preparation with the oat, the butter, the syrup and the chili.
Line a rectangular tin with buttered baking parchment.
Pour the mixture into the tin.
Cook for 15-20 minutes.
Set aside to cool.

32 comments:

  1. What a lovely idea, Sixte. Home made bars! Martha

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    1. Careful though Martha, as they are terribly addictive...Sixte

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  2. They are so much healthier than the ones bought in the shop. Hilary

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    1. Yes, definitively. No vicious E number...Best, Sixte

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  3. I like this recipe. TR

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  4. They make an excellent snack and you know what is in them. Julia

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  5. I must make them. They sound so good. Beatrice

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    1. Yes they are Beatrice. You have to try...Sixte

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  6. Great idea! There is no need to buy cereal bars in the supermarket. Make your own with Sixte's help. Grace

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    1. Thank you ever so much Grace. It's very nice of you. Best, Sixte

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  7. Hi Sixte, thank you for your recipe. My kids loved your bars. Lucy

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    1. Good. I am so pleased for them Lucy!! Best, Sixte

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  8. Spicy cereal bars are the great idea. Alice

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  9. This is what I was waiting for. Home made cereal bars. I like them spicy. Thanks Sixte. Lorna

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    1. Perfect Lorna. I am glad you liked them...Sixte

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  10. I like the cereal bars in general. Making my own ones would be a step forwards. Thanks for your recipe. Linda

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  11. From now on I will make my own cereal bars. Cheers, Serena

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    1. Well done Serena! I will put others cereal bars recipes so you will even have the choice...Best, Sixte

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  12. Cereal bars by Sixte are so good. You must try them. Ingrid

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  13. I like quick results. Spicy cereal bars made in "express" time is what I like about them, apart from the great taste. Rita

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    1. Yes, "express" time for cooking is the purpose of this blog. Thank you very much Rita.

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    2. I agree, this blog is full of fast, but tasty and healthy recipes. Well done, Sixte. Regine

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    3. Thank you so much Regine for your so nice comment...Best, Sixte

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  14. Please, give us more cereal bars recipes, Sixte. Emma

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  15. Hey Sixte, how long can I keep your cereal bars for before they go stale, please? Shall I keep them in the air tight box? Yoko

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    1. Hello Yoko. It's fine in a metal box or air tight box. Few days only though. I cannot keep them as my children or friends ate them so quickly...Sixte

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