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Dehydrated Energy Bars

Dehydrated Energy Bars: These dehydrated energy bars are the perfect snack. They keep longer than raw and are more nutritious than baked.
When you look for dehydrated recipes online, many of them are complicated, have rare ingredients and take many hours to be ready. 

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Still, we have proposed that all or at least most of ours follow the same line as the rest of the ones we have in the blog: simple, healthy and delicious recipes.

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It has been a long time since we made energy bars, so we encouraged ourselves to prepare them in the dehydrator, and they have been excellent. 

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They have a better consistency than the typical raw bars and are not so sticky, so they keep better and for longer (I keep them in the fridge, and as long as they smell good and look and taste good, I eat them, I can't tell you how much exactly), but they are much more nutritious than baked because we have cooked them at 40ºC.

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Dehydrated Energy Bars: These dehydrated energy bars are the perfect snack. They keep longer than raw and are more nutritious than baked.
The good thing about this recipe is that you can be creative and change the ingredients without problems, add cocoa, carob, goji berries, cocoa nibs, anything you can think of. 

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If you make changes, don't forget to leave a comment so that we can all benefit from your culinary experiments.

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Dehydrated Energy Bars: These dehydrated energy bars are the perfect snack. They keep longer than raw and are more nutritious than baked.
Advice:

  • You can use any dried fruit instead of almonds, the type of dates or dried fruit you want, water instead of vegetable milk or your favourite fruit and sweetener to make the jam.
  • If you like the bars more done, leave them longer, and if you like more juices, you can remove them before the dehydrator.
  • If you want to keep them for longer, dehydrate them until they are tough. I have not tried them like that, and I cannot tell you if they are good or not, but you have to eliminate the water ultimately to preserve food for a long time.

Dehydrated Energy Bars: These dehydrated energy bars are the perfect snack. They keep longer than raw and are more nutritious than baked.
Dehydrated Energy Bars

Dehydrated Energy Bars: These dehydrated energy bars are the perfect snack. They keep longer than raw and are more nutritious than baked.
These dehydrated energy bars are the perfect snack. They keep longer than raw and are more nutritious than baked.

  • Author: Dance of Stoves
  • Preparation: 15 mins
  • Cook: 3 hours 30 mins
  • Total: 3 hours 45 minutes
  • Servings: 8 (1x), 16 (2x), 24 (3x)
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: Vegan, American

Ingredients SCALE (1x)

  • 150 g raw almonds (1 cup)
  • 120 g of rolled oats (1 cup)
  • 100 g of dates (1/2 cup)
  • Four tablespoons of non-dairy milk

For the chia jam:

  • 160 g blueberries (1 cup)
  • Two tablespoons chia seeds
  • Two tablespoons maple syrup
  • One tablespoon of water

Ingredients SCALE (2x)

  • 300 g of raw almonds (2 cups)
  • 240 g of rolled oats (2 cups)
  • 200 g of dates (1 cup)
  • Eight tablespoons of non-dairy milk

For the chia jam:

  • 320 g blueberries (2 cups)
  • Four tablespoons chia seeds
  • Four tablespoons maple syrup
  • Two tablespoon water

Ingredients SCALE (3x)

  • 450 g raw almonds (3 cups)
  • 360 g of rolled oats (3 cups)
  • 300 g of dates (1 1/2 cup)
  • 12 tablespoons non-dairy milk

For the chia jam:

  • 480 g blueberries (3 cups)
  • Six tablespoons chia seeds
  • Six tablespoons maple syrup
  • Three tablespoons of water

Instructions

  1. Beat the almonds and rolled oats in a food processor until they have a consistency like flour or slightly larger. I like to beat them separately so that they are more acceptable, but it is not necessary. Reservation. If you don't have a food processor, use a blender.
  2. Beat the dates until they are crushed into smaller pieces.
  3. Add the almonds and oats that you had beaten and the non-dairy milk.
  4. Beat until you get a homogeneous dough. It is usually rolled into a ball in the food processor.
  5. Put parchment paper on a countertop or table and spread the dough with the help of your hands or a rolling pin.
  6. Place with parchment paper carefully on the dehydrator tray and dehydrate at 40ºC or 105ºF for 3 hours or until the dough is set (it does not have to be sticky on the outside, but rather complicated).
  7. Turn it over and dehydrate for another 30 minutes so that it is well done on both sides.
  8. Let it cool completely and cut it with the help of a knife to shape it into energy bars. We did 8, but Who left over the edges to make them more beautiful.
  9. Decorate with chia jam and your favourite toppings. We add sliced ​​almonds.

For the chia jam:

  1. Mix all the ingredients in a jar and rest in the fridge for at least 4 hours, ideally overnight.

Notes

  • If you use oat flakes with a gluten content less than 20 ppm or 20 mg/kg, it will be a recipe suitable for celiacs as indicated by the EC 41/2009 regulation. However, people with severe gluten sensitivity can have symptoms below 20 ppm, so they should be aware of their tolerance level.

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