Want to Stay Healthy On The Run?
These low carb breakfast bars are fibre-rich and low in sugar. They make for a great to start the day. You’ll be feeling full and ready to face the day. The best way to describe these is that they are really… breakfast-y. Haha! We just loved these. They’re not super sweet but they absolutely hit the spot.
With peanut butter to help you feel full, fibre from linseeds and almonds and protein from eggs you will love these bars and you’ll feel like you’ve had a full and healthy breakfast.
We featured these low carb breakfast bars in Episode 126 of The 4 Blades Thermomix Recipe podcast. Check it out to hear how we went about making these bars and loads more tips and tricks for your Thermomix.
Low Carb Breakfast Bars
- 60g linseeds
- 160g almonds
- 220g crunchy peanut butter (We used Pic's Crunchy Peanut Butter... So good!)
- 60g xylitol
- 20g cacao nibs or carrob chips
- 2 eggs
- 1 teaspoon chia seeds (soaked in 1/2 Tbsp of water)
- 30g olive oil
|Pre-heat oven to 180C and line a 20cm square cake tin with baking paper.|
|Place the linseeds (60g) and almonds (80g only) in the bowl. Program 1 minute / Speed 10.|
|Place the remaining almonds (80g) in the bowl and process Reverse+Speed 6 / 2-3 seconds. This means you’ll have some yummy chunks of almonds throughout - but they will still be easy to chew!|
|Place crunchy peanut butter (220g), xylitol (60g), cacao nibs / carob chips (20g), eggs (2), soaked chia seeds (1 tsp dry) and olive oil (30g) in the bowl. Process Speed 5 / 10 seconds.|
|Place in pre-prepared cake tin and cook for 25 minutes. Allow to cool then refrigerate for 30 minutes - 1 hour before slicing.|
|Cut into 8-12 breakfast bars|