Friday, April 26, 2013

Raw Snacks - Honey Nut Raw Bars Recipe

Looking for healthy raw snacks foods alternative to a snack bar that doesn’t contain a ton of carbs and sugar? Theses Tasty raw snacks Nut bars and delightfully sweet and crunchy – Perfect for a raw snack on the go and will assist in curbing the appetite until your next meal!

Raw Snacks

 Crunchy Honey Nut Snack bars raw snacks

 Crunchy Honey Nut Snack bars

Raw Snacks Ingredients



¼ Cups of Chia Seeds
¼ Cup of Honey ( or agave if you are Vegan )
 2 Tbs of Coconut Oil melted
2 Cups of Chopped mixed Nuts and seeds – I used Brazil Nuts, Almonds, Pumpkin Seeds and sunflower seeds.
Mix and press into a flat tray – Refrigerate for three to four hours and then cut into squares or bars
Done – so simple and tasty. Tip – best kept in the fridge as they will fall apart if left in room temp for to long!
So what is so good about these Raw Snacks Foods tasty treats!
These Raw Foods Alternative are a super magnesium boost! All of the nuts and seeds are nutritionally dense in magnesium in a highly absorb-able form for your body –Magnesium deficiencies are common especially if you have just increased your exercise regime and can cause anxiety, poor sleep, muscle cramps and pains as well as changes in personality, lack of appetite, nausea and vomiting…pretty scary stuff!

    Magnesium is needed for more than 300 biochemical reactions in the body. It helps maintain normal muscle and nerve function, keeps heart rhythm steady, supports a healthy immune system, and keeps bones strong. Magnesium also helps regulate blood sugar levels, promotes normal blood pressure, and is known to be involved in energy metabolism and protein synthesis
They also contain Chia Seeds which are the highest plant source of Omega 3s available – Containing up to 2grams per serve which is higher than salmon. Omega 3s help with proper brain function, heart health, skin, hair, nails and teeth health. They assist in ridding the body of inflammation and disease. Studies are also being conducted into Omegas being a helpful addition to treating depression, anxiety and Bipolar disorders although this is all still being tested


WOW- SO  great taste and all the added health benefits? Pretty EPIC isn’t it?

Time to get munching!

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Yours in Health

Jules :)

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1 comment:

  1. Hi,
    Do you soak your nuts first?
    Thanks,
    Mary

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