8th March 2009
< img alt="low sodium diet - Nice Low Sodium Diet Photos" src="http://dietnhealth.net/ocs-images/1292/nice-low-sodium-diet-photos--2.jpg" size=" 400"/ > Image by< a href=" http://www.flickr.com/photos/19535828@N00/3338617148" > VanessaC( EY) In a quote to eat a bit healthier and without seeming like we are complying with a diet regimen we have actually made a decision to go ‘Reduced GI ‘from tomorrow. I have actually made these energy bars for us to have for breakfast. Neither people ever trouble with morning meal so I thought these would be great to just get as well as go.
Dish – Makes 12
25g Dessicated Coconut
150g Ready to eat Dried Apricots
50g Dried out cherries, Cranberries or Blueberries
2tbsp Crunchy Peanut Butter
3tbsp Clear Honey
1tsp Natural Vanilla Essence
100g Rolled Porridge Oats
50g Wholegrain Crispy Rice
50g Raw Walking Stick Soft Brown Sugar
25g Sunflower Seeds
1/2 tsp Cinnamon
50g Dark chocolate, min 70% cocoa solids, melted (optional).
1 – Preheat oven to 180c/350f. gas mark 4. Spread coconut on a baking tray and also cook for 10 mins till lightly toasted.
2 – Finely cut the dried fruit.
3 – Place the oil, peanut butter & & honey into a heat proof bowl in the oven for 1-2 minutes simply up until they are simple to blend. Stir in the vanilla remove.
4 – Mix all active ingredients with each other and also press strongly right into a gently oiled shallow 19cm square tin. Bake for 20 mins and after that press gently again. Entrust to cool in the tin.
5 – Drizzle with melted chocolate as well as leave to establish (I didn’t do this bit).
Per bar: 193 kcal, 8g fat, 2.5 g rested fat, 0.03 g sodium, 27g carb.
This is the beginning of # 3 on my 101 Things in 1001 Days listing … chef 1 point from every recipe book that I have.