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    Default Muesli slice-no honey or golden syrup recipe please

    Hi all, I would like to make a Muesli slice/bar (soft) but I want my 1 yr old to enjoy it also, so I do not want honey in it. I cannot find anything online.

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    What about medjool dates? I use them heaps to make oat and nut balls. I'm sure they would do the trick for a slice as well.

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    I thought honey was okay after 1? Is it still not safe?

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    4 cups of muesli of your choice. I like rolled oats, pumpkin seeds sesame seeds, diced apricot, diced apple, sometimes nuts. But it can be anything you like.
    1 tin of condensed milk.

    Mix together and put in a lined tray. Cook on 110° for 1 hour.

    Super yummy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    4 cups of muesli of your choice. I like rolled oats, pumpkin seeds sesame seeds, diced apricot, diced apple, sometimes nuts. But it can be anything you like.
    1 tin of condensed milk.

    Mix together and put in a lined tray. Cook on 110° for 1 hour.

    Super yummy.
    What texture is that? Chewy or crunchy?

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    Honey is fine to use once children are a year old but if you didn't want to use it then you could substitute maybe agave syrup or stevia or as a PP mentioned, blitz some medjool dates.

    There might be a recipe that you could adapt here:
    http://naturalnewagemum.com/10-healt...i-bar-recipes/

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    We use this one

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/3157...+date+oat+bars

    Both my kids love it and it freezes okay too

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    What texture is that? Chewy or crunchy?
    It depends on the milk to muesli ratio. More milk chewy and put into a airtight container straight away or less milk and allowed to set hard in the open longer crunchy.

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    These are good http://wellnourished.com.au/no-bake-...81933593750000
    I use Rice Malt Syrup rather than honey (from health food aisle at Coles, or health food shop).

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    Default Muesli slice-no honey or golden syrup recipe please

    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    I thought honey was okay after 1? Is it still not safe?
    I choose to wait until the age of 2. Just a personal choice. With my 1st they said 2yrs old. Now it's 1yr old. Strange.
    Last edited by Nafsika; 12-06-2015 at 20:20.

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