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How to Make Raw Apricot Slice

How to Make Raw Apricot Slice

Summary

Servings 12
Time Needed Prep
Ingredients 4
Difficulty Easy

Rating (click to rate)

3.7 based on 106 ratings.

Ingredients

  • 250 g Dried Apricots
  • 1 cup Dessicated Coconut
  • 1 cup Almond Meal OR Wheatgerm
  • 3 tbsp Coconut Oil

Nutrition Information

Qty per
65g serve
Qty per
100g
Energy 544cal 837cal
Protein 2.04g 3.14g
Fat (total) 59g 91g
 - saturated 45g 70g
Carbohydrate 2.85g 4.39g
 - sugars 0.33g 0.51g
Dietary Fibre 1.04g 1.6g
Sodium 1.28mg 1.97mg

Please Note - Nutritional information is provided as a guide only and may not be accurate.

How to Make Raw Apricot Slice

This egg free, dairy free, gluten free and no added sugar Raw Apricot Slice is a healthy substitute for muesli bars in the kids lunch boxes!  It is nice and easy to make and good if you’re eating clean!

Raw Apricot Slice is perfect for school lunches, if you have a nut-free school, just substitute the almond meal for wheatgerm or just leave it out completely!

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Method

  1. Place the dried apricots in a jug and cover with water.

  2. Let them soak for an hour and then drain.

  3. Place all the ingredients into a food processor and pulse until the mixture is of a breadcrumb type consistency.

  4. Press the mixture into a lined slice tray and sprinkle with a little additional coconut.

  5. Chill for three hours or overnight.

  6. Cut into slices and serve as required.

Recipe Hints and Tips:

  • Raw Apricot Slice is suitable to freeze for up to two months.
  • Coconut Oil is readily available at most supermarkets or health food stores.
  • To make this recipe nut-free, substitute almond meal with wheatgerm.

How to Make Raw Apricot Slice | Stay at Home Mum

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