Tomato Cauliflower Rice
A healthy lunch box treat that you can make from scratch for the kids (or for you!). Full of yummy, nutrient-dense ingredients.
You can use the unsweetened nut or seed butter of your choice. I like sunflower seed butter and almond butter, but there are many excellent options out there. If you stick to a seed butter you’ll also be making these nut free and school-safe!
This recipe was adapted from A Fresh Legacy.
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Apricot Butter Bars
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- 1 tbsp Chia seeds
- 3 tbsp nut or seed butter unsweetened
- 1/2 cup dried fig
- 1 1/2 cup dried apricot
- 3 tbsp coconut dried
- 1 cup granola or muesli
- Add the ingredients to a food processor and combine well until a ball of thick paste is formed
- Scoop the ingredients out onto a large piece of baking paper
- Cover the mixture with the excess paper and flatten slightly
- Roll out with a rolling pin until the mixture forms a flat slab about 1.5 cm thick
- Dehydrate for approximately 12 hours at 125 degrees.
- If you do not have a dehydrator you could either set these bars in the fridge, or cook them at a the ovens lowest temperature for a day. If you are storing them in the fridge rather than dehydrating them they will be a little sticky. Dehydrating them removes the moisture and makes them easier to store and eat. I have not made them in the oven to date so can not specify the exact cooking time it would take. If you give it a try I would love for you to drop back and share the details.
Store in an airtight container.
The cook time may vary depending on the model of dehydrator you use.