Honey, Nut Muesli Slice

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Honey, Nut Muesli slice full of nuts and seeds and fruit.

Muesli Slice

Once I used to make this Honey, Nut Muesli Slice about 10 times a week. I made it for shops, and all the time just because people at work needed it …. often. I packaged it up and delivered it to cafes in the station wagon.  I can have this whipped up and in the tin ready to bake in about 10 minutes if necessary. I am sure once that you have made it a few times you will be an old hat at it too.

Muesli slice

There is sugar and butter in here along with the honey but it is a dose of fibre seeds and nuts. In fact it would make a much better breakfast than most cereals. You can be sure it has no palm oil or any other filler that might not be good for you.  I would much rather eat this delicious easy Muesli slice than any thing you can buy from a shop and so will your friends and family. Give it a try.

Muesli slice
 
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Slice
I love this muesli slice. Of course there is still a reasonable amount of sugar in it but it has a lot of amazing ingredients too that is far better than eating store bought junk full of palm oil.
Ingredients
  • You will need to set the oven to 170 C or 340 F. This fits into a 18 cm x 25 cm square tin / 7 X 10 Inch tin. Pick a smaller rather than bigger tin or the slice will be too thin. Line it with baking paper. All cups in this recipe are Australian sizes
Amount: 1 cup Australian (cup) in volume Equals: 1.06 cups US (cup)
  • 3 cups of rolled oats
  • 1 cup of sunflower seeds
  • ¼ cup of poppyseeds
  • ¼ cup of sesame seeds ( or linseeds)
  • ½ cup of pepitas
  • ½ cup of almond meal
  • 1 cup of dried fruit ( chopped dates, dried papaya,sultanas, raisins or apricots)
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 175 gm (just under 6.5 oz) butter ( chopped)
  • 150 gm (just under 5.5 oz) honey
  • 1 cup demarera or raw sugar
Instructions
  1. Mix the first 8 ingredients together in a bowl combining well.
  2. Put the butter, sugar and honey into a saucepan and heat gently until completely melted. Let this boil for 1 minute.
  3. Pour the sugar onto the oat mixture, stirring with a spoon or spatula and mix until all of the dry ingredients are coated.
  4. Pour into the tray and spread out, pressing down with damp figertips
  5. Put into the oven and bake until golden approximately 30 minutes. Cool completely, before removing from the tray. The edges will be a bit browner than the middle.
  6. Cool completely then cut into fingers
  7. Dont over colour the sugar mix, by boiling too long. Work quickly to stir the sugar into the oats , or the mixture will start to set. The slice is often easiest to cut when it has been refrigerated
  8. You can use any kinds of seeds or fruits in the approximate amounts above .
Notes
Don't over colour the sugar mix, by boiling too long. Work quickly to stir the sugar into the oats , or the mixture will start to set. The slice is often easiest to cut when it has been refrigerated
You can use any kinds of seeds or fruits in the approximate amounts above .
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