270g fruit - I used sultanas, dried dates, tinned blueberries, crystallised ginger and chopped plums instead of the dried fruit recommended.
40g nuts- almonds and walnuts
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
80ml apple juice
2 level tablespoons honey
60g wholemeal flour
120g muesli (instead of oats)
Now I have to say, I used less honey (I'm not a fan of the sweet stuff) and I omitted the flour altogether, meaning my cereal bars are slightly sharper but nothing a sprinkling of sugar won't sort out!
Preheat the oven to 190°C/375°F/ Gas Mark 5
Put the dried fruit into a processor and blitz until well chopped. Do the same for the nuts. Put the fruit, nuts, seeds and cinnamon into a bowl. (I don't actually have a food processor so I just left the fruit and nuts fairly large for a more 'rustic' effect.)
Warm the fruit juice and honey in a large pan together in a pan large enough to eventually contain all of the ingredients, until the honey is dissolved. Add the flour and oats, and stir in the fruit and nuts.
Smooth the mixture into a 25x30cm baking tray about 2.5cm deep. If the tray is not non-stick, it is wise to line it with baking parchment
Bake in the oven for 20 minutes- longer if you would like your bars more crunchy
Allow to cool, then cut into rectangular bars. They will keep for 2 weeks in an airtight container.
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