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Gluten Free Cookie Bars: Refined Sugarfree, Eggless, Butterless, Oil Free, Vegan Option


I had granola bars on my mind when I started with this project. Gradually as I moved forward, I had to change my mind and decided to bake these bars. The final outcome was something like cookies and a bit like energy bars. Well, let's take the middle path and christen these as cookie bars.
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Hello friends, welcome back.
It's time for yet another healthy recipe.
It's cookie bars today -
cookie bars? you might wonder!
We have tried energy bars, and we have lots of healthy cookie recipes here
I call these cookie bars because I had decided to make gluten-free energy bars, but as I progressed with the recipe, it ended up being a cookie bar -yes, a mix of cookies and bars
So it has the best of both worlds- cookies and bars.
If you love cookies, you will love these.
If you love barks, then cookie bars will steal your heart.
so what are you waiting for?
Let's jump right into the recipe:
gluten free cookie bars sugarfree vegan option




Ingredients



1/2 cup- poha/rice flakes
1/2 cup- almond meal/powder (check the recipe for almond meal here)
1/2 cup-puffed amaranth
1/2 cup- almond butter (check the recipe for homemade almond butter here)
2 tbsp- pumpkin seeds
2 tbsp- melon seeds
3 tbsp- honey/maple syrup for vegan cookie bars

Though I followed a different process and walked through stepwise, I feel it is easier to do it otherwise.
Simply add all the ingredients to a processor/grinder and process for 2 minutes.
Remove on a sheet and roll out like a chapati - four times thicker - but not too thick.
Bake/airfry at 160 degrees for 20-30 minutes.
My airfryer took 30 minutes.
The gluten free cookie bars were still soft when I removed them from the airfryer but crisped up upon cooling.

Enjoy gluten free energy bars or subtly sweet cookie bars.

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