It was on my mind lately to try some new snack bar recipes and here I am. Snack bars are an easy homemade alternative to processed foods. One of my recent new faves is this blueberry almond flavor. They’re like blueberry muffin Lara bars (love!), but have more texture. I’m all sorts of snacky lately and if you’re on the hunt for an alternative to overpriced store-bought healthy snacks– blueberry almond snack bars must be in your eating future.
How to Make Blueberry
Initially, you are required to mix some basic ingredients in a bowl:
- dried blueberries
- whole almonds
- almond meal/flour
- almond butter (or any nut butter)
Gently beat those entire almonds so there’s a couple of split up pieces. The split up pieces will help fill in the holes so the bars stay unblemished. See that bowl of almonds above? That is what mine resemble. A couple of entire almonds, a couple of littler pieces. I essentially beat them in the nourishment processor 3-4 times. I love the BIG surface in these bars contrasted with lunch rooms I’ve made before.
Like the little almond pieces, almond dinner helps tie the fixings together. Almond supper (otherwise called almond flour, if utilizing whitened almonds and pounding somewhat more fine) is so natural to make at home. Essentially beat almonds until they arrive at an abrasive and unpleasant flour-like consistency. You can likewise purchase almond dinner at the store. Or on the other hand you can utilize oat flour. Once more, some kind of powder to tie the fixings together.
- 1/3 cup (37g) almond meal*
- 1/3 cup (114g) nectar or dark colored rice syrup*
- 1 Tablespoon (15g) almond margarine or any nut spread
- 1 teaspoon unadulterated vanilla concentrate
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 1 and 2/3 cups (235g) entire unsalted almonds (generally slashed/insignificantly beat)
- 2/3 cup (70g) dried blueberries
- discretionary: 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon