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Pineapple Coconut Muesli Bars with Puffed Teff and Date Syrup


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If you need an energy boost to get you through the day, these simple, soft and chewy muesli bars are the one for you. They are packed with energy and nutrients, easy to make and cheaper than buying prepackaged. Amaranth or quinoa pops can be easily used in place of puffed teff. You can always add in some chocolate chips or drizzle with chocolate at the end too!

  • 60 g Butter
  • 80 g Date syrup
  • 5 Cardamom pods
  • 90 g Dried pineapples
  • 60 g Cashew nuts
  • 100 g Fine oat flakes
  • 50 g Puffed teff
  • 50 g Desiccated coconut
  • 1 tbsp Lime juice
  • 1 Egg, medium
  1. Preheat the oven to 160C/320F. Line a baking form (20x26cm) with parchment paper. Place butter and date syrup in a saucepan over a low heat and cook until the butter melts and the mixture are well combined. Cool slightly.
  2. Simply squeeze the cardamom pods and remove the seeds. Place them in the mortar and finely grind the seeds with the pestle.
  3. Add dried pineapples and cashew nuts together in a blender and grind roughly. Add it to the butter-date syrup mixture together with the rest of the ingredients. Mix well.
  4. Tip the mixture into the prepared baking pan, spread out evenly and press down firmly with the back of a spoon. Bake for 35 minutes. Set aside to cool completely in the tin before removing and cutting into bars. Store in a box in the fridge for up to a week.

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45 comments:

Cathy @ She Paused 4 Thought 25/5/21 06:52

Looks delicious! Do you think amaranth would work in place of the teff?

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Yvonne @ Fiction Books Reviews 25/5/21 07:11

Looks delicious and I love just about all of those ingredients, although I did have to check out what 'puffed teff' was first!

I'm not sure if your suggestion of a drizzle of chocolate would enhance the flavour, or whether it might just be one too many extra flavour - In the interests of science I guess there is only one way to find out! - I'll have to make two batches, one with chocolate and one without - Don't worry about me, I can take the pain and suffering :) :) :)

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Valentina 25/5/21 07:17

I always want an energy boost, especially in the form of a delicious treat like this. :-) ~Valentina

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Pedro 25/5/21 08:23

I find these bars ideal to recharge your batteries in the middle of the morning or for a quick breakfast before a long day, as well as being delicious.
Good day

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Rajani Rehana 25/5/21 09:48
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DEZMOND 25/5/21 10:13

I've no idea what teff is but I do love sesame honey bars from Lidl so I would love this one too!

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Tom 25/5/21 12:53

...they stack up beautifully!

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Martha 25/5/21 13:06

They sure do look delicious Angie!

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Paula Montenegro 25/5/21 13:17

I like the idea of using date syrup, which I never heard of. They are stunning and I can only imagine the flavors. I think cashews and pineapple are very underused, so I love that you made them part of this recipe.

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New Classic r 25/5/21 13:20

These look like an excellent snack or meal replacement.

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Eva Taylor 25/5/21 14:07

I’ve been looking for a tasty energy bar recipe for our 10K walks in the morning. These look perfect, thanks Angie!
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Brian 25/5/21 14:29

Energy ruins a good nap but those do look really good!

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foodtravelandwine 25/5/21 15:05

I love it!...I will make it for my daughter when she goes back to school!....What a great idea!!........Abrazotes, Marcela

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Nancy Chan 25/5/21 15:18

I would love to have these bars for snacks. Looks yummy!

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Kitchen Riffs 25/5/21 15:35

Great idea -- such a nice snack. Thanks!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 25/5/21 16:22

What a great energy bar and I love coconut! YUM!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 25/5/21 17:12

I love a good energy bar bull of fruits nuts and grains and I love the combination of coconut and pineapple in these! Puffed teff is another ingredient I don't think I've seen available but I have to admit I've never search for it.

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Christine 25/5/21 17:16

Interesting and looks delicious!

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 25/5/21 17:21

These Muesli Bars look like the perfect snack!!! I love coconut, cashews and pineapple so I can’t wait to try these!! Such delicious way to get a boost of energy!!

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Anca 25/5/21 17:35

These look so good! I'd love to try them. xx

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Koko 25/5/21 18:24

These look amazing, healthy and filling. I love cardamom....and pineapple/coconut - what a combo! Love the flavours :)

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tigerfish 25/5/21 22:43

You brought tropics - pineapple and coconut to these bars :)

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Raymund 26/5/21 00:54

First time I saw pineapples on a muesli bar, I would definitely love this one. Those pineapples will give this a nice sweet tang

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J.P. Alexander 26/5/21 03:45

Gracias por la receta se ve genial y muy nutritiva. De ley la hare. Te mando un beso

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Evi Erlinda 26/5/21 04:48

These bars look so great!

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Easyfoodsmith 26/5/21 13:55

This is seriously good stuff and it has two of my favourite ingredients-pineapples and coconut. Bookmarking this recipe

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thepaintedapron.com 26/5/21 15:00

These sound incredible, and I'm sure they are much tastier than packaged bars...of course I had to look up puffed teff, and wow it sounds like such a great super food! Your recipes are a culinary education Angie!
Jenna

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Suja Manoj 26/5/21 17:20

Excellent snack, looks so yummy. Thanks for sharing.

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savorthebest 26/5/21 17:24

This sounds like a great way to start the day, all I need with this is a cup of coffee.

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Pam 26/5/21 18:36

Healthy and delicious. I love anything with coconut.

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Martyna 26/5/21 20:28

I'd like to try this 😊

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David 26/5/21 20:31

Angie, There is so much going on with your Pineapple Coconut Muesli Bars! Lots of flavor popping I'm sure. Never thought to mix pineapple with coconut. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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Ben | Havocinthekitchen 27/5/21 02:43

Homemade muesli bars are so much better than any store-bought. Besides, you've come up with such a unique combination of flavours and textures. I've never tried teff though - need to explore!

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westkiss 27/5/21 10:17

i love your homemade energy bars, thanks for posting the great recipe.
i will give it a try.
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Marcelle 27/5/21 19:44

You had me at pineapple and coconut!! :) These bars would definitely help me perk up on long day, healthy and delicious, Angie!!

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judee 28/5/21 14:37

This is my kind of food! I love the idea of making these healthy delicious bars and packing them for travel or even in the purse for shopping. I love the pineapple and coconut flavors too.

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Marissa 28/5/21 18:51

These are such a fun hiking snack for the summer! Excited to try your recipe!

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Gloria Baker 28/5/21 20:15

Angie absolutely love these yummy coconut bars!!! love them!

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mjskit 30/5/21 00:04

I do like a good protein bar around midday and this sounds wonderful. Like that it's chewy and not brittle.

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