What are the ingredients of Energy Bar with dehydrated mango
Apricots and Dehydrated Mango
Naturally sweeten these energy bars without the need for additional sugars ! They also provide potassium and vitamins A, C and E, they also contain antioxidants such as beta carotene and lutein and are very rich in fiber.
Almonds: rich in antioxidants and good fats, they also provide protein and fiber and are an excellent source of vitamin E and magnesium.
Coconut oil: helps add a soft texture and an exotic taste to counteract the acidity of apricots. Rich in vitamin E, antioxidants and good fats.
Homemade White Chocolate Glaze : While it’s optional, I recommend making it because this glaze is the wow factor of homemade energy bars! Very simple and fast, it can be prepared with sugar-free syrup (to keep the recipe sugar-free) or with maple syrup. In any case, you need a very small amount: 5g for a generous icing enough for over 30 bars!
How to make energy bar with dehydrated mango
Add all the ingredients of the bars in a food processor and blend until a sticky dough forms. You can roughly chop the apricots before placing them in the glass if you are using a blender instead. (For this recipe it is best to use a food processor).
Line a square pan with parchment paper. Transfer the dough to the pan and press well with your hands to create an even layer. You can help by covering the dough with more parchment paper and pressing with the base of a glass.
Transfer to freezer to cool and let them rest for at least 15-30 min.
This time varies depending on how hot the dough was after blending the ingredients.
Meanwhile, prepare the white chocolate glaze: melt the cocoa butter in a double boiler, add the almond milk and the syrup, mix well and set aside. You can also omit this step and use vegan white chocolate. purchased ready-made.
Cut the bars into squares, decorate them with the white chocolate icing and serve!
Store in the refrigerator for up to 2 months!