Gluten-free Energy Bar. Homemade gluten-free energy bars are an easy, no-bake, nutritious, and economical alternative to commercial energy bars. With so many surprising food items containing gluten, it can be challenging to find a gluten-free snack. Energy bars can be a great way to get a quick nutritional boost while also making a convenient, healthy snack.
Fuel advice for cyclists living with Coeliac disease or gluten intolerance. This energy bar recipe is easy to make and does not require any cooking! Energy Bar Recipe: Easy and No-Bake. You can cook Gluten-free Energy Bar using 8 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Gluten-free Energy Bar
- Prepare 1 cup of chopped walnuts.
- It’s 1 cup of Cashew nuts.
- Prepare 2 cup of Dried plums/ prunes.
- You need 3 cup of Dried cherries.
- It’s 2 cup of raisins.
- You need dash of ground cinnamon.
- You need 3 tbsp of Honey.
- It’s 1 cup of chocolate chips.
I am not on a Paleo diet; however, I do experiment with a lot of Paleo recipes. I do intense workouts on a regular basis and train for races once in a while. Usually energy bars can get pricey. Then I found out that you can make something just as tasty, at home, without cooking, for much less.
Gluten-free Energy Bar step by step
- Ground walnuts into small pieces (not too fine)..
- Put all dried fruits, honey and cinnamon in food processor. Pulse in between because they may stick together. Use a spatula to stir from time to time..
- Add ground walnuts and chocolate chips to the mixed fruit..
- Mix well with metal spoon or spatula..
- Put plastic wrap in a rectangular container. Add the mixture in box. Press down firmly..
- Put in fridge for at least 2 hours..
- Cut into pieces and serve..
As little as three ingredients can provide you with your very own customized energy bar. Dates, dried fruit, and nuts make up a gluten-free energy bar. Certified gluten free oats are appropriate on a gluten free diet in the United States. If you'd prefer to make this recipe and would like to replace the oats because you can't have them or don't feel comfortable eating them, try replacing the old fashioned rolled oats with beaten rice and the oat flour. While CLIF Bar Energy Bars are not gluten free, there are many bars in our portfolio, like LUNA Bars, that are gluten free.