Rolled Oats – 1 cup
Flax Meal – 1 cup
Almond/Peanut Butter – ½ cup
Dry roasted chopped mixed nuts – 1 cup (almonds/walnuts/cashews/pecans)
Pitted dates puree – 1 cup (natural sweetener)
Black raisins & Goji berries mix – ½ cup
Whey / Plant protein any flavor– 2 scoops
Almond/Soy Milk – few tbsp needed only to adjust the consistency of the dough/mix
To make flax meal at home, just dry roast flax seeds and grind them to a fine powder and store in a air tight jar.Mix all ingredients in a stand mixer/food processor or in large bowl. Place a aluminum foil/parchment paper on a flattened dish and spray some olive oil and wipe it off with a kitchen paper. Now place the dough and flatten the mix by using the back of the spoon. Chill overnight or minimum 2 hrs and cut into 12 to 16 bars and pack them in cling wrap as shown in the picture. Store at room temperature or in the lower bottom in the refrigerator. Consume within 2 weeks.
For more sweetness, honey can be added too.
Flax meals can also be added to smoothies/cereals/oats to increase the nutritive value of the dish.
These bars are a good time snack for before or after work-outs.
If using normal milk, store them in refrigerator and not at room temperature as their shelf life will reduce.