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Coconut Rice Krispie Snack Bars

Salam Alaikum Sisters, Hello Readers,

This is another treat stemming from my recent obsession with Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, i just can't seem to get enough of the stuff Masha'Allah I use it in it's pure form as a moisturiser, hair conditioner, in my cooking/baking and I've even read you can use it combined with bicarbonate of soda as a toothpaste(yet to try that but let me know if you already have and how it was)

There seems to be no limit to what this oil can do for your body's health and the smell wafting through your home as you bake these snack bars will surely make you smile and you will wonder why you have never used it in your baking before.

I never thought i would be so into this oil, as i have never really liked coconut in anything before such as the famous coconut chocolate bar that was once said to be a taste of paradise! astagfirullah how people will speculate on things far beyond ones imagination.

By using the extra virgin coconut oil and just a small amount of dessicated coconut you will never get that overpowering coconut flavour but a mild and more palatable flavour in my opinion with these bars.

Recipe adapted from my cereal bar recipe template

Coconut Rice Krispie Snack Bars

Makes: 12 (depends on how big you want your snack bar)

  • 125g extra virgin coconut oil
  • 125ml golden syrup (you could use honey)
  • 75g demerara sugar (any brown sugar)
  • 150g rolled oats
  • 100g rice krispies (you can use puffed rice but the bars end up huge so you may want to change the ratio i.e. more oats less puffed rice)
  • 25g dessicated coconut
  • 25g linseed's (if you want to treat yourself use chocolate chips instead!)

  1. Pre-Heat oven to 180C/160C (fan), line the bottom and grease the sides of a 20x20cm square baking tin
  2. In a saucepan melt coconut oil, syrup and sugar.
  3. In a large heatproof bowl stir together oats, rice krispies, dessicated coconut and linseed's.
  4. Pour liquid ingredients over dry mixture and stir slowly until all the ingredients are combined, pour into tin and using a angled palette knife level the mixture.
  5. Bake in oven for 20minutes or until edges are darker than the center. Remove from oven and leave for few minutes but whilst still hot, portion by cutting with a knife (be careful very hot) the number of bars depends on how many you want and then leave to cool completely in tin.
  6. Decorate with a pinch of dessicated coconut.

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