Penaut cookie Larabar recipe!

Since I started to make these bars at home I couldn’t stop to make them, they taste so good and they are so healthy! But I always made quite sweet recipes so I was excited to try a salty one! Well, these bars are always sweet and this recipe too but this one is a bit more salty. But just a bit! As I love sweet things, it couldn’t be only salty haha.You can also use another type of nuts like cashews or something like that. Anyway, let’s see the recipe!

Ingridients:

  • 30 grams unsalted penauts (1/4c)
  • 80 grams dates (a scant 2/3c)
  • Tiny pinch salt
  • A drop or two of good-quality vanilla extract

Instructions:

Blend all the ingridients in your food processor. Is easier to blend them if you double the recipe, but with this amount is possible too. And of course, enjoy!

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Penaut-Oatmeal-Raisin homemade Larabar recipe!

I always wanted to taste this bars but unfortunatelly they are not available were I live… So I decided to make them at home! And it tastes AMAZING! I’m usually disappointed with the healthy recipes wich don’t cointain a tiny bit of chocolate, because I’m a chocolate lover. So, I was a bit insecure to make them but well I decided to give a chance to this and I make the right decission. I will make this another time, for sure! It tastes really good, like a mixture of sweet and a tiny bit of salty that comes from the penauts. If you want to know how I make this just keep reading!

Ingridients:

-1/2 cup or 80gr raisins

-6 tbsp or 30 gr quick oats

-1/2 cup or 40gr penauts

-A pinch salt

-1/4 tsp pure vanilla extract or 2-3 drops of concentrated vanilla extract

Instructions:

Put first the oats in the mixer and mix them just for 20-30 seconds, then put the other ingridients and mix them. Then make with the dough 3 balls and put them in a baking sheet (you can make more or less balls if you want to). Make the form of a bar, you can be more creative and make funny forms like for exaple a heart. And they are ready to enjoy!

The bars can be in the fridge at least two weeks.

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