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1/17/14 4:31 P

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emoticon I got a new food processor for Christmas too! It was definitely a "where have you been all my life moment." I love it! Thanks for the tips. I'm definitely going to have to give home made bars a try.

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1/17/14 4:15 P

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I got a new food processor for Christmas and it makes awesome Lara Bars! They're super easy if you have a food processor and only take a handful of ingredients!

All you need is:

2 Cups of Nuts (I've used Almonds, Pecans, Walnuts, and Macadamias)
Between 2 - 3 Cups Dried Fruit ( I've used Dates, Apricots, Prunes, Raisins, and Figs)
Optional add ins: Coconut flakes, Coconut butter, Unsweetened Cocoa, Etc

Basically all you have to do is first grind your nuts until they're somewhat fine in your processor. Place them in a bowl. Then add your fruit in the processor with any add ins you may want to add. Blend them until somewhat sticky ball forms. Throw that in the bowl with the nuts and knead together until you have a HUGE fruit/nut ball. Line a 8x8 pan with plastic wrap and press the ball into the pan evenly. Stick in the fridge about 10 minutes to harden and then they're ready to cut into bars!

Hope you like it!




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