Muesli Bar Slice

Hi Guys,


A great friend of mine – Sam sent me this recipe, it’s been passed down from her mum and now i am lucky enough to pass it onto you guys! Sam came for a visit one day and bought this over. I nagged her until she gave me the recipe (Sorry Sam) The verdict is in and we love it. The first time i made it I used the peanut butter but couldn’t put it in the Kindy lunch box. We are at a nut free school so I have had to remove the peanut butter from the recipe. I have added a tahini (Sesame Seeds) so you can either add the tahini or leave it out all together. You could also switch from honey to an agave and brown to a rapdura but all that is a work in progress 🙂

I had everything we needed for this in the pantry except the puffed rice. I found all the ingredients were readily available at the local woolies too.

So here is the recipe – I have split it into two parts as you firstly cook the wet ingredients into some what of a caramel and then you pour them over the dry ingredients.


Step 1. 

150g Brown Sugar

80g Tahini (Sam’s recipe is 1/2 cup of peanut butter.)

150g Honey

150g Butter


Add into the TM bowl and cook for 10 minutes speed 1, at 100 degrees.

The 'wet ingredients' after cooking - yummy!

Step 2.

1 Cup Rolled Oats

1 Cup Puffed Rice

1 Cup Coconut

1/2 cup dried fruit of your choice (I usually use cranberries and saltana’s)

4  Wheat Bix Crushed.

The 'Dry Ingredients' ready to be mixed.

  • Mix all the dry ingredients into a separate bowl.
  • Combine with the wet ingredients once finished cooking. Mix so that it is well combined.
  • Put into a slice tin – Push down hard so that it sets firm.
  • Refrigerate for at least half an hour.
  • Remove from tin and cut into pieces.
  • You could melt some chocolates and drizzle over top for a special treat.
  • Store in the fridge or pantry.
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