Low Carb Muesli Bars: 3 Recipes to Make Yourself

Low carb muesli bar with sunflower seeds

It is worthwhile to produce a large number of low-carb muesli bars right away. The quantities mentioned are sufficient for 20 pieces.

  • You need 20 g each of sunflower seeds and linseed. Also weigh out 60g of ground almonds, 10g each of rolled oats, and 10g of chia seeds.
  • You also need 15 g each of honey and rapeseed oil. The muesli bars get a fruity taste if you grate a quarter of an apple into the muesli mass. Finally, you need 130 ml of water.
  • Mix all the ingredients thoroughly and spread the dough out on a baking tray lined with parchment paper.
  • Then bake the muesli bars for half an hour in an oven preheated to 160 degrees.
  • Use a sharp knife to cut the still-warm mass into 20 equal pieces and let the muesli bars cool down completely.

Coconut Snack Bars: An easy recipe

Here, too, the ingredients are sufficient for the production of 20 muesli bars.

  • Melt 130g coconut oil and add 160g each of chopped hazelnuts and almonds. 80 g linseed and 250 g coconut flakes are also added to the dough.
    130 g of sugar-free fiber syrup provides firmness and sweetness. A pinch of cinnamon completes the taste.
  • Once you have mixed all the ingredients, fold in two more egg whites that have been beaten until they are stiff.
  • Spread the finished dough out as thick as a finger on the baking sheet. Don’t forget the parchment paper.
  • After about 20 minutes in the oven, which has been preheated to 170 degrees, take the sheet of dough out of the oven and cut it into individual bars while it is still warm.

Granola bars with walnuts

As with the previous recipes, the ingredients are enough for 20 granola bars.

  • First, roughly chop 120g of walnuts. In a saucepan, melt 160 g erythritol (sugar substitute) and roast 160 g slivered almonds, 60 g hazelnuts, and chopped walnuts.
  • Finally, stir in 60 g coconut flakes. Stir continuously so the mixture doesn’t burn. Tip: Turn the heat down a little to reduce the risk of mass burning.
  • On a piece of baking paper, spread the still hot mass as thick as a finger. This works best with a spoon. This also brings the mass into a rectangular shape.
  • These muesli bars do not have to go in the oven. They just have to cool down – which can take some time. The snacks are really delicious with a chocolate coating.
  • Melt 160 g of dark chocolate in a water bath. Distribute the sweet coating evenly over the cooled muesli plate.
  • Now all you have to do is wait for the chocolate to cool down. Then use a sharp knife to cut each granola bar to the desired size.
  • Tip: If you cut the bars into small cubes, you can serve them in a glass bowl as a confection or as a dessert.
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Written by John Myers

Professional Chef with 25 years of industry experience at the highest levels. Restaurant owner. Beverage Director with experience creating world-class nationally recognized cocktail programs. Food writer with a distinctive Chef-driven voice and point of view.

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