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Energy bars make for great snacks and fuel for workouts, but the pricey commercial versions often contain ingredients you don't need. These homemade energy bars are a healthier version you can make in about half an hour.
The great thing about this recipe is that there aren't too many ingredients, and there's minimal prep work involved—you don't even have to toast the nuts or chop anything beforehand.
To make them, pulse the ingredients (pitted dates, sunflower seeds, raw almonds, chia seeds, dried cranberries, and coconut oil) in a food processor. Then press the mixture into a lined baking dish, leave it in the fridge for twenty minutes, and then just cut it up. The bars stay good for a week in the fridge or frozen for up to a month.
As one commenter on the recipe says, "You should stop what you're doing, and make these."
Homemade Energy Bars | America's Test Kitchen