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    Quote Originally Posted by A&S View Post
    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.
    Do you have the recipe please?

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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.
    Sounds perfect......I was going to use dried packaged fruit or you think fresh? Is there different types of muesli?

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    So will they be soft or hard? I prefer soft for my baby girl

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    Use fresh or try buy organic dried fruit as most contain nitrates which are known to possibly cause behavioural problems in some kids ( plus hyperactivity/headaches and more )

    Also real maple syrup is a good substitute for honey ( still has sugar but contains minerals and antioxidants as well )

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    We use this one

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

    Both my kids love it and it freezes okay too
    These sound amazing!!


 

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