Teff Cashew Breakfast Bars with Cacao Nibs and Goji


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Teff, which is grown in Ethiopia and used to make injera (the sourdough flatbread), is a super tiny grain with a long list of health benefits. Along with being gluten-free, naturally high in minerals and super tasty, teff also helps you lose weight because of rich copper and high fiber content. Feel free to use amaranth instead if you can't find teff around you.

  • 175 g Teff seeds (or amaranth seeds)
  • Sea salt
  • 100 g Quick oat flakes
  • 100 g Raisins
  • 70 g Cashew nuts, roughly chopped
  • 20 g Chia seed
  • Pinch of cinnamon
  • 3 tbsp Coconut oil
  • 3 EL Maple Syrup
  • 100 g Cashew butter
  • 2 Large ripe bananas, mashed
  • 100 g Blueberry jam with 100% fruit
  • 50 g Pistachios, a mix of chopped and whole
  • 30 g Cacao nibs
  • 40 g Goji berries
  1. Soak teff seeds in a saucepan filled with 350ml salted water over night. Drain and set aside.
  2. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Line a 24x28x4cm baking pan with baking paper. Place drained teff seeds in a large mixing bowl together with quick oats, raisins, cashew nuts and chia seeds.
  3. Melt coconut oil, maple syrup and cashew butter in a saucepan over low heat until well combined. Add in mashed bananas.
  4. Pour the cashew butter-banana mixture into the teff mixture. Mix until well combined. Spread the thick mixture into the prepared pan. Smooth the surface and bake for 35-40 minutes until set. Remove and cool for 5 minutes.
  5. Spread the blueberry jam onto the surface while still warm. Sprinkle the pistachios, cacao nibs and goji berries over. Gently press to adhere. Cool completely and cut into bars.
  6. Store the rest, covered with a plastic film, in the fridge for about 1 week or several weeks in the freezer.

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47 comments:

Shashi 22/3/18 11:39

These bars look so good, Angie! I have Teff in my pantry - now I know what to do with it!

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2pots2cook 22/3/18 12:03

It makes me so happy to find recipes for food made with ancient grains and seeds. Thank you Angie for this one ! look really great !

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Tricia Buice 22/3/18 13:21

I will have to look for teff - I've never seen it or tried it before. That's what I love about your beautiful blog Angie - you have the most creative, healthy, informative posts!

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Pam 22/3/18 14:16

Your food always looks great and this sounds delicious, Angie! All kinds of good things in these bars!

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Koko 22/3/18 15:19

Loooove the look of these Angie! The goji with the pistachios and blueberry jam.....Mmmmmm. Pinned so I can make them myself!

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All That I'm Eating 22/3/18 15:42

This sounds great, I've wanted to try teff for a little while but I'm finding it hard to get hold of!

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Evi 22/3/18 16:18

These bars look so pretty, Angie! I love the colorful toppings here!

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Evelyne CulturEatz 22/3/18 16:48

Wow so much goodness in these bars and they are gorgeous and colorful. I did not know that is what injera was made with. Now I am craving Ethiopean lol.

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Pam 22/3/18 17:35

So colorful and flavorful. They look delicious.

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 22/3/18 17:44

So addictive, healthy and yummy colorful snack Angie! Love the cashews which is my favorite, and Goji berries...the 'cure' all, the raisins, bananas, not just any snack but will satisfy the cravings and the 'sweet tooth' as well!

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Królowa Karo 22/3/18 19:20

It looks so beautiful!!! :)

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Vicki Bensinger 22/3/18 19:55

I love all the ingredients in this breakfast bar. Super healthy!

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Liz Berg 22/3/18 20:23

What a yummy, healthy way to start the day. I am so impatient at breakfast time, these would be a perfect way to break the fast!!!

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Monica 22/3/18 22:07

I have to say I really do like a granola/breakfast bar about once a week on a busy morning. Your homemade version sounds so hearty and hearty. Great for breakfast or as a snack.

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tigerfish 23/3/18 01:02

I was planning to make such energy bars too, and had the idea of mashing some ripe bananas in there. These healthy bars will be so good on the go!

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mjskit 23/3/18 03:10

Where on earth do you come up with all these ingredients and then turn them into a creative, delicious dish? Teff seeds? I learn a lot from you Darlin! Thanks for another fabulous treat!

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Nava K 23/3/18 03:56

I see deliciousness, I see healthiness, I see crunchiness, more importantly, I see your Angie's trademark in these bars.

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Adina 23/3/18 09:58

Such beautiful and colorful bars. I love injera made with teff, so I would probably like these too, great ingredient list!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 23/3/18 18:45

Your breakfast bars are loaded with such wonderful and colorful ingredients, Angie! I absolutely love a healthy bar to grab on the run when I don't have time to make breakfast. Great recipe!

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gloriadelpilar_1994@yahoo.com 23/3/18 21:02

these bars are really beautiful Angie !!

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Sharon D 24/3/18 02:24

Omg ..most beautiful breakfast bars I have ever seen, Angie. Would never have thought of using goji berries this way. I love the pop of colour!

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Nancy Chan 24/3/18 04:43

I love cashew nuts but haven't tasted cacao nuts or teff seeds.

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Jeff 25/3/18 05:52

I love the list of ingredients, and love the color!

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Judee Algazi 25/3/18 16:23

Angie,
I've never used teff, but being gluten free I should. This recipe sounds and looks absolutely amazing and so healthy. What a fabulous treat.

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Mindy Boyd 25/3/18 17:40

These look much better than the kind you find in the grocery store, and I can pronounce everything in them. Great recipe!

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Alida 26/3/18 00:04

These are gorgeous Angie! I have only had teff bread before but never like this. I love the colour of your bars, so healthy too!

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noobcook 26/3/18 03:30

very nice energy bars. They are so wholesome when home-made :)

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kitchen flavours 26/3/18 15:34

Lovely bars! I would never have thought of using goji berries!

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claudia lamascolo 26/3/18 16:31

You always make the most attractives foods and healthy. this is one I would eat everyday and love making foods that are so delicious, pretty and good for you

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Balvinder Ubi 26/3/18 17:20

These really do look like the PERFECT breakfast bars- I love everything you packed into these awesome bars! I am definitely to try these.

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Anca 26/3/18 18:52

A bar that is so colourful. I would love to try this recipe, I like the way they look.

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Pankti Cake n Curry 26/3/18 19:25

These bars looks so divine with all those colours!! Would love to gorge on them.. So guiltfree.

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Nadia Al 26/3/18 19:32

Love the ingredients in these breakfast bars! They sound so tasty and love that they have lots of crunch!

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Evolve With Mary 27/3/18 03:17

You always teach me something new Angie, I’ve never heard of Teff seeds, but now I’m going to see if I can find them at my local whole foods. I’m always up for foods that help me lose weight. Have a great week Angie.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 27/3/18 12:57

I love how pretty these bars are, Angie! The Gogi berries look so nice and also tasty!

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GiGi Eats 27/3/18 15:52

Another recipe you could totally package up and sell!! Seriously, you always make such unique yet awesome recipes that I seriously think there is a market for out there!!! What are you waiting for?!?! ;)

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grace 27/3/18 18:05

angie, these are as beautiful as they are wholesome! marvelous creation!

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Marcelle 27/3/18 18:24

Wow, I've never heard of Teff, but I'm interested in trying it. The seeded tops on these breakfast bars are beautiful, Angie!

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Kitchen Riffs 28/3/18 02:12

I've never used teff before. I really should -- love injera. Bet I'd love this, too -- just loaded with flavor and goodness. Thanks!

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Cook With Manali 28/3/18 03:47

so colorful and I bet they tasted great too!

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Dawn Yucuis 28/3/18 04:45

These breakfast bars sound delightful. Would love one for breakfast,

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 28/3/18 21:18

Teff has been on my list of things to experiment with but I always forget to buy some! These bars sound delicious!

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Debra Eliotseats 29/3/18 01:45

Love the ingredients in this, Angie! The colors show off amazingly well in your photos.

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 3/4/18 00:25

These bars look so good, wish I had one with my tea right now.

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Katerina Delidimou 10/4/18 14:30

I have to try this teff thing! Looks so intriguing!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 11/4/18 01:45

These bars would be a great way to start the day! They look fantastic, Angie!

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