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Fiber Blast! Raw Bars

These ‘Fiber Blast!’ raw bars are a perfect snack for kids and adults alike! Also, they’re great for a breakfast on the go or a healthy snack.

I wanted to make these raw bars for a very, very long time and finally, I made them this morning. These raw bars are the perfect snack for kids! They’ll love the sweet taste, crunchy texture, and chocolatey flavor. They’re really good for adults too, absolutely ideal for a breakfast on-the-go or as a healthy snack during the day. A whole tray of raw bars will last you one week.

Now about the health facts! These  raw bars are really rich in calcium (from raw sesame seeds), vitamins & minerals (from all the other goodies) and high in fibers. Psyllium and flax seeds are great for digestion and should be eaten daily. Raw, natural honey is also an excellent immunostimulant. Be careful though to only buy natural honey.

Here are two articles which will help you find out more about honey: Amazing Source of Vitamins.Bee Pollen (you’ll find out more about bee pollen and other health benefits of honey and bee products) and Cinnamon – the miracle spice (the article is mainly about cinnamon but you’ll also find out how you can test honey to know if it’s refined sugar-free and healthy).

I will try other raw bars recipes soon. I love them and I already have another idea for a new raw bars recipe! Please feel free to give your opinions in the comments. I would love to hear about other raw bars recipes.

Yield: 15 raw bars

Fiber Blast! Raw Bars

Fiber Blast! Raw Bars batoane raw vegane

These Fiber Blast! raw bars are a perfect snack for kids and adults alike! Also, they're great for a breakfast on the go or a healthy snack.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time 1 hour 40 minutes


  • 150g (1 cup) raw sesame seeds
  • 1 handful hazelnuts
  • 1 handful raw pumpkin seeds
  • 2 tbsps ground flax seeds
  • 2 tbsps ground psyllium seeds
  • 50g (½ cup) rolled oats
  • 1 handful raisins
  • 1 Tbsp carob powder
  • 340g (1 cup) raw honey, maybe less


  1. Mix all of the above ingredients in a large bowl.
  2. There are 2 ways to cook these: using a dehydrator – the easiest or using your oven – the riskiest.
  3. If you are using a dehydrator things are really simple. Place a cooking sheet on the dehydrator tray and spread mix above on a thin layer (a max. of 1cm thick) Dehydrate until crunchy.
  4. If you don’t have a dehydrator things are a little complicated. Place cooking paper on an oven tray and spread the mix above.
  5. Heat your oven at the lowest temperature possible. When heated place the tray inside and stop the oven. Check after 30 minutes or so. The raw bars won’t be ready so fast, you’ll have to remove the tray from the oven, reheat it, place the tray back inside, stop the oven and repeat this process until the bars are dehydrated.


To spread the sticky mix easily just place a plastic foil on top and start pressing. It will spread evenly this way.

Nutrition Information



Amount Per Serving Calories 190Total Fat 7gCarbohydrates 28.5gProtein 3g

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Thursday 19th of July 2018

I really love having these bars for breakfast! They simply make my day better :)

Thank you for the recipe, Ruxandra!

Ruxandra Micu

Monday 22nd of October 2018

Glad you liked the recipe! You're welcome!


Sunday 20th of September 2015

Regarding your comment: "...test honey to know if it’s sugar-free..." Honey is never sugar free since it IS basically sugar. I think what you mean is to know if it is unadulterated.


Wednesday 3rd of December 2014

as vrea sa intreb ..semintele,le punem in apa la inmuiat citeva ore si dupa aceea facem retzeta? multumesc!!!


Thursday 4th of December 2014

Eu nu am pus la inmuiat nimic. E bine sa fie mai uscata si mai lipiciosa compozitia.


Wednesday 19th of March 2014

Am facut fara fulgi de ovaz :) Au iesit foarte bune! Nu am stiut cat sa le las in cuptor la deshidratat, le-am tinut 4 ore, mi-a fost teama sa nu se arda apoi :) Si nu stiu nici daca trebuiau sa iasa crocante, ale mele nu sunt, dar sunt delicoase :D Multumesc pentru inca o reteta minunata :)


Wednesday 19th of March 2014

Eu le-am tinut pana s-au uscat si au devenit usor crocante. Le-am testat din ora in ora. Cred ca le-am tinut mai mult, cam 6 ore. Am tinut usa deschisa la cuptor si l-am dat pe minim. Ma bucur ca ti-au placut!


Monday 17th of March 2014

Pot sa nu mai pun fulgii de ovaz? Sau ii pot inlocui cu altceva? Deoarece am intoleranta la gluten... :(


Monday 17th of March 2014

Si eu am descoperit recent ca sunt intoleranta la gluten :( Nu stiu ce ar merge mai bine, cred ca trebuie sa testezi. Ideea e ca trebuie ceva care sa absoarba umezeala de la celelalte ingrediente. Poate niste fulgi de cocos? Daca incerci asa sa imi zici cum ti-au iesit. Sunt tare curioasa :)

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