Gluten free- dairy free- low sugar- egg free- contains nuts
I have a few standard snacks that I tend to have in the pantry or freezer all the time. They are great for grabbing for school lunch boxes or a quick afternoon tea at home. These include Fruit Slice, Carrot Cake Muffins, Coconut Cupcakes, Brownies or Banana Cake, and these Muesli Bars. I experimented with a couple of different muesli bar recipes and came up with this combination of ingredients that I'm really happy with.
If you like a crunchy bar, bake these for a little longer till they're very golden brown. If you like them more chewy, only let them bake till they're slightly coloured. This makes a really big batch, but they keep for weeks in an airtight container, so it's worth making the big batch so it lasts longer.
These have Rice Malt Syrup, which is available in my local supermarket health food isle. It gives food a slightly sticky and chewy consistency which works nicely in a muesli bar. You can use Golden Syrup if you can't find Rice Malt Syrup.