By claire, Mar 1 2017 12:34PM
Full of energy and goodness, a small piece can give you a little ‘pick me up’ you might need. Whether you are running around with the kids, busy at work or have been exercising hard, this is a tasty and healthier alternative than reaching for the biscuit tin! The kids can enjoy making (and eating!) these too.
Ingredients - makes around 20
250g Almond butter (smooth and sugar free)
120 ml Maple Syrup
225g porridge oats
150g mixed seeds
70g dried cranberries
Line a square baking tray with parchment paper, ensuring extra hangs over the edge of the tray (for removal later on)
Gently heat the almond butter and mix in the maple syrup. Take off the heat.
Add the porridge oats, cranberries and mixed seeds, ensuring thoroughly mixed in.
Spread evenly into baking tray and put into fridge.
Leave for a few hours to set - they are best left overnight. You can pop them into the freezer for 20 mins to speed up the process if you wish.
Once the mixture is set take it out of the tray using the parchment paper. Cut into small squares (about 4cm) and enjoy!