psyllium husk *
organic milk or rice milk
organic unrefined butter (or coconut oil)
sesame seeds *
dried prunes chopped small or any other dried fruit*
1 egg white
pure cocoa powder *
spirulina powder *
shredded coconut *
vanilla flavor *
Ingredients with * are optional.
In a bowl, place the rolled oats, flour, chopped prunes, walnuts, sesame seeds, 2-3 spoons psylilum husk (not a lot). The psyllium husk is optional, but it will make the bar stick together better, be a bit more chewy. Without the psyllium husk you’ll have a slightly crumbly bar. Place a few cubes or slices of butter on top and let it sit for about 10 min so the butter softens (same goes with coconut oil, place a few spoons of coconut oil). Add some rice flour, a dash of sea salt, and mix with your hand until the butter blends well with all the rest and you have a crumbly mix (not a sticky mix). If the mix is sticky, you have too much butter. In this case add more dry ingredients.
Add half cup or so of milk and the egg white and mix again with your hand. Now you should have a sticky paste, something resembling a dough. You should be able to shape it in a lump.
If you want to make granola bars woth different flavors separate the dough into several lumps. \
Here are some variations:
Add pure cocoa powder
add spirulina and chia seeds
add cinnamon and organic vanilla flavor
Spread in a greased pan and bake for about 20-30 minutes. Don’t let it dry too much or darken. When you take it out of the oven you want it to be still soft. It will seem like it’s baked, but once it cools down it will harden and dry more. Let it cool down for a bit and cut it in cubes or whatever shape you want. Store in air tight container. it can be frozen as well.