Healthy Breakfast Bars | Susan Jane White

Welcome to FoodTube! I’m Susan Jane
and I’m your very own health geek yes I like turning your pesky sugar cravings into a healthy hit seismic breakfast bars, miles better than the processed junk for sale in supermarkets and you know what, way tastier, you’d be bonkers not to try them they’ll turbo charge your battery
and service your toes in a way that cereal never can so what are in these magical breakfast bars
I speak of? Well, half oats, half nuts and first of all we’ll start by melting some coconut oil, now coconut oil is actually solid at room temperature so we’ve got to melt it very gently on a low heat
with some honey and you come out with gorgeous, gluey, glossy liquid so I’m gonna pour that in, and into this
I want to add my mashed banana and two handfuls of just regular pitted dates
don’t buy pre chopped because they’re not gonna be gluey and gorgeous and sticky so at this point it’s best to add any spices,
you can add ginger, you can add orange rind, cinnamon we’re gonna use, some nutmeg and a pinch of cinnamon, and some salt Mmm this is where my nostrils start to levitate the aroma is fantastic, so use whatever you
fancy, sea salt is definitely something that you’ve gotta put in tiny bit of cinnamon, and that’s your glue now, tumble in your oats, there’s 200 grams of oats and you know what, oats are a really cheap super-food, look at them they’re gorgeous they are filled with b
vitamins, which are gonna turbocharge your morning think b for battery, b for
brain, b for Usain Bolt time for nuts, we’ve got walnuts and we’ve got almonds and you know what pure unadulterated nuts are such a
wonderous food we know that they help raise your HDL that’s your good protective cholesterol and if you’ve got that high your doctor’s wildly going to applaud
you now look out for the LDL, L for low, that’s the nasty # ok and these help raise your HDL protective cholestrol this is ground almonds, a hundred
grams and almonds are also a good source of calcium wohoo! and then a hundred grams of walnuts, these guys even look like brains they’ve got nourishing omega 3 fatty acids to nourish your noggin crunch now that is gooey and gorgeous all
that’s required is a little parachute of sunflower seeds, lots of trace
minerals, that’s about enough just a handful and you scrape into a tin that’s a bit bigger than a
brownie tin, everyone has a brownie tin at home if you want to use a brownie tin just cook it for that
bit longer because it’s much smaller than the tin I’m going to use so this is an 8×10 give it a good smoosh mmm, I can smell sea salt and nutmeg, it’s really hitting my nostrils into the oven, 170 Degrees, 180’s too hot it’s gonna make it crumbly- we don’t want crumbly so, in TV land already it’s already been thirty minutes cooked and chilled now look how well they held together, mmm mm mm, these are humming with goodness and the mashed banana and nutmeg and sea salt *alarm* hear that? That’s the taste siren! these are amazing, they’re so satisfying, this is what I wanna do every morning you will too, it’s time you two met in fact, it’s time you meet my pina colada too you’re destined to be together and do that the biggest
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100 thoughts on “Healthy Breakfast Bars | Susan Jane White

  1. This is so good! I'm making it for the third time now. Great with raisins if you don't have dates on hand. Thank you for sharing!

  2. love this woman and this recipe! For the past 4 weeks I've been making it every Sunday night to have delicious lunch for the wwhole week! β™₯

  3. Am I missing something here? I just read through(most of) the comments looking for an answer to no avail…The written recipe says to use 140ml of coconut oil and 80ml of honey, but in the video Susan uses 125ml of each…which is it???

  4. thank you soo much for this recipe!! πŸ™‚ I just made it, it's in the oven, I used everything the recipe called for, except walnuts , since i have none :'( and my coconut oil wasnt extra virgin so im hoping that doesnt spoil it. Lastly, I put the oven at 170 degrees, because im not sure if my oven works in celcius or farenheit.

    thanks again πŸ™‚
    will update you

  5. I made these (by accident) without banana today, and they turned out fine, although i do prefer them with banana. 3rd batch made, popular with my family. I like to swap some of the nuts around and dried fruits, as long as you keep to the measurements and the low heat they always come out fine!

  6. wow she is amazing! wouldn't she be a great actress in a bond film or something!
    and the flapjack things are fantastic 😍

  7. Does anyone have the macros for these per bar or for the entire amount made based on the recipe? No nutritional info in the description.

  8. That strange moment when you think you are watching a 'Ditz', and then realise that you have just fallen totally in love, in just 4m51s, anyway.

  9. This recipe is awesome, I made myself some of those cookies just now, they are perfect and they are so tasty !
    Nobody commenting the actual food…

  10. Her aesthetic style and accent are very reminiscent of 1940s American upper-middle class. During that time period, posh society in the New England region of the U.S. had British-American hybrid accents. I think that's what she's going for–that vintage posh image.

  11. Really tasty! I tried it at home but substituting the dates for prunes. Very nice texture and smell, and super easy to make, less than 20 minutes, thanks for the video!!

  12. I made this today. It tastes really good… But it didn't hold , I wonder what I did wrong, I followed all directions 😒

  13. i made the recipe and really is very yummy…but in the actual video it said 125ml honey and 125ml coconut oil, but in the description it says "140ml melted extra virgin coconut oil and 80ml good quality honey", i wonder what is correct. Thx πŸ™‚

  14. she gives off both a charismatic wholesome mom vibe along with a psychopathic serial killer vibe.
    safes to say that I have a confused boner Β―(ツ)/Β―

  15. Tried this recipe twice…first time resulted in an oily ball of much. second time, burnt and all stuck to the pan, still oily much… there's obviously something you're not telling us. Does it need to set in the fridge or something?

  16. Please post the written recipe – for us who don't have time or patience for the video! Also, knowing exactly how much of each ingredient will likely give us a consistent & good result?

  17. ( Video: Gluten free
    [Me just in the corner dying of laughter]

  18. Bars taste amazing but, a couple of things I noticed in this video.

    1. The description says 140ml and 80ml of coconut oil and honey respectively but, video states 125ml each.

    2. You don’t get 24 bars that are the same size as those in the video, nowhere close. I got 12 that were about the same footprint but not as thick.

  19. Hey! This recipe is pretty hard to follow – not sure if it's just me, but the mix of ml and grams unit measurements was tricky! Also, it was super important to cool the bars after.

  20. is it possible to change the dates for cranberries or something else? since dates are super expensive here in norway

  21. Why do cooks who make breakfast bars try to extole the virtues of nonsense based nuitritional science? You ain't a food scientist just make the god dam bars and stop spouting pusedo food science.

  22. Great recipe! However the sugar content is super high because of the banana, honey, and dates. I personally don't like overly sweet foods.

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