These scrumptious bars are an enormous hit in our home, for a number of causes!
- They’re very easy to make – preparation time is only a few minutes.
- They’re filled with the entire grain goodness of oats and the precious antioxidants within the blueberries.
- They’re tasty sufficient for everybody in the home to take pleasure in!
- They make a fast and straightforward breakfast, supreme for self-feeders and people doing child led weaning.
- They make a implausible journey snack for days out and about.
These tasty treats are perfect for older infants who’re already comfortably biting and chewing. We launched them to our little ones at round 11 months of age.
As soon as your child is over 12 months of age, you need to use honey as a substitute of maple syrup to sweeten the bars should you want, though we love the flavour of maple syrup a lot it’s all the time our sweetener of selection!
This recipe makes 6 bars.
To make Child’s Blueberry Breakfast Bars you will have…
2 tablespoons clean peanut butter
2.5 tablespoons coconut oil
2 tablespoons maple syrup
1 cup oats (don’t use Immediate Oats)
half cup contemporary blueberries
Preheat the oven to 350°F.
Mix the peanut butter, coconut oil and maple syrup in a small saucepan and heat gently over a low warmth, stirring properly till every part is mixed.
Take away from the warmth and stir within the oats, mixing properly.
Gently stir within the contemporary blueberries.
Grease a small ovenproof tin or dish – we used a small loaf tin.
Spoon the combination into the tin and press it down firmly till the floor is even.
Bake for 20 minutes till calmly golden.
Take away from the oven and permit to chill to room temperature within the tin.
Place the tin into the fridge for at the least 2 hours, then take away and slice as required.
Word: The cooling time is important for the coconut oil to solidify, which makes the combination firmer and simpler to slice.
Maintain any leftover bars within the fridge for as much as 2 days. This recipe freezes properly, so why not double up and make a batch so that you’ll all the time have breakfast bars readily available for busy mornings!
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