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Banana Muesli Bites

Banana Muesli Bites Tanvii.com

I am happy to announce that the two goals I had set for myself for this time in quarantine have been coming along quite well. I have almost exhausted most items in my pantry.  A few more weeks and soon the remaining shall disappear (in my stomach) too. 

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Today I am sharing the easiest and my go-to recipe for when I have some ripe bananas but I am not in the mood to bake any bread with it. We always have muesli for either hot breakfast or to make a yogurt parfait. This is the one we use. I prefer it over granola because it has a lot more fiber and a lot of nuts and seeds (e.g. sunflower seeds, almonds, raisins, dried cranberries, etc.) i.e. more nutritious value. 

Ingredients

1 cup muesli 
¼ cup honey
1 banana
½ cup chocolate chips
1 tsp vanilla extract (optional) 

Instructions

- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
- Mash the banana in a large bowl.
- Add muesli, chocolate chips and honey and mix them all together
- Add vanilla extract (optional)
- Mold mixture into bite-sized balls (I use a round spoon or a small scoop) 
- Space them evenly on the parchment paper 
- Bake for 25-30mins.
- Enjoy!

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Let me know if you try it.
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19 comments

  1. These look so easy and delicious to make!

    xo Jessica
    My Style Vita

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  2. These sound amazing and love how easy they are to make!

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  3. I would never stop snacking on these lol. So easy and simple to make and I know they would be super tasty too.

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  4. I like the pantry challenge going on right now. I turned my pantry into a wine closet, so it might not be the most prudent thing for me to do.

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  5. Wow these sound so tasty and easy to make!! I've already done quarantine banana bread haha so now I need to try these!

    xx Mollie

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  6. These sound delicious! I think we all might be a little tired of baking cookies at this point - so this is a great alternative!

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  7. These look so delicious! I can't wait to try these! Thanks for the recipe girl! Xx.

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  8. These look delicious and super easy to make, thanks for sharing your recipe! x

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  9. Kristine Nicole AlessandraMay 20, 2020 at 7:15 AM

    That would be a nice treat to make this weekend for the family. I love how easy it is to make and is very healthy too. No guilty snacking for me!

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  10. These sound good and look so cute! Thanks for sharing! xoxo, Sarah

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  11. It's such a bummer that I'm allergic to oats, because this sounds and looks delicious. What a great snack idea!

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  12. Oh this is perfect, thanks. Justg last week I was googling for more ideas of what to do with overripe bananas. I'll give these a try. Mich x

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  13. These look delicious. Perfect treat for anyone.

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  14. These will be great for afternoon tea and I love how my favorite fruit is added into this recipe.

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  15. This looks so yummy! I love trying healthy little snacks like this!

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  16. This recipe looks so delicious, and truthfully I've never used muesli before. Looks delicious, so I may have to grab some at Sprouts!

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  17. I'm not a fan of banana but these look really delicious! OI might have to make this sometime soon!

    Lizzie
    www.lizzieinlace.com

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