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Make vegan muesli bars easily yourself

We have a healthy muesli bar recipe with a variety of nuts and no added sugar for you. In this article, you can find out which ingredients you need and how you can prepare the vegan bars yourself. The muesli bar is ideal for including in your juice cleanse preparation and post-processing and can also be used beyond that. into a healthy everyday diet. Further down in this article you will find the recipe video, which takes you step by step through the simple recipe.

Our favorite recipe for vegan muesli bars to make yourself

Muesli bars are a perfect snack for in between meals - whether on the way to work as breakfast, when hiking or as a quick alternative in the home office. However, ready-made bars from the supermarket often contain a lot of hidden sugarwhich turns the small snack into a calorie bomb in no time at all. For this reason, we have created a healthy muesli bar recipe for you. This recipe is not only vegan and super tasty, but also very easy to prepare. The best thing about homemade muesli bars: You know exactly what ingredients are in it.

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Ingredients (8 bars):

150g rolled oats

coconut oil

date syrup

20g almonds

20g walnuts

10g cranberries

10g raisins 

10g sunflower seeds



    Bar molds


    1. Place the rolled oats in a blender with the walnuts and almonds and grind the above ingredients into a flour-like mixture
    2. Add the cranberries, raisins, sunflower seeds, cinnamon, date syrup and coconut oil and mix everything thoroughly
    3. Chop a few walnuts into large pieces and stir them into the mixture
    4. Pour the mixture into ramekins or onto a baking tray
    5. Now bake the muesli bars for 20 minutes at 170 °C. If you have placed the mixture on a baking tray, cut the mixture into bars after baking
    6. Now you can leave the vegan bars to cool and then enjoy - bon appétit!

    Be sure to use a syrup to hold the muesli bars together. Instead of date syrup, you can also try agave syrup, maple syrup or rice syrup. We would not recommend using any other sweetener. It is also important to press the muesli mixture firmly into the mold. The firmer, the better. This prevents the bar from falling apart. Baking can cause the flavor can develop and they receive extra crunch.

      Nutritional values (per bar):

      116 kcal

      13g carbohydrates

      4g protein

      5g fat

      Recipe video: 



      Why are vegan muesli bars healthy?

      Muesli bars are considered a healthy snack for in between meals - provided they do not contain too much sugar. The oat flakes, seeds and nuts they contain are not only delicious, but also provide important fiber and keep you full for a long time.

      How do I store homemade muesli bars?

      You should store homemade muesli bars Store in a cool, dry place - preferably in an airtight tin. So the bars keep up to one week in the fridge. But you can also use them for up to three months and take them out of the freezer when you need them.

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