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Oat and nut bars… perfect as a healthy snack between meals

English apple season starts in autumn, so it’s the perfect time to be buying and enjoying this home-grown produce. 21st October marks UK Apple Day so lots of time to practice some recipes.

These delicious JAZZ Apple, Oat & Nut Bars are perfect as a healthy snack between meals when you’re hungry or low on energy.

What’s even better is that they only contain five ingredients and require absolutely no cooking! It’s a win-win!

JAZZ Apple, Oat & Nut Bars

(Makes around 8-10 bars)
1 JAZZ™ apple (diced into small pieces and baked on the lowest oven setting for 30 mins or use a dehydrator)
1 cup Medjool dates (soaked in water and roughly chopped)
1 cup cashews
½ cup oats
¼ cup peanut butter

Add all the ingredients to a food processor and blitz.
Press down into your biscuit moulds and refrigerate overnight.
Cut into bars and enjoy!


Picture: JAZZ Apples

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