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Healthy Fig And Oat Bars

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HEALTHY FIG AND OAT BARS

an adapted recipe from fat-free archives. my version includes more fruit filling!



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Time: 30 minutes

Number Of Ingredients: 16

Ingredients: whole wheat flour,oat bran,all-purpose flour,baking powder,salt,sugar substitute,vanilla extract,egg white,skim milk,applesauce,boiling water,dried fig,dates,dried prune,raisins,fat-free granola

Steps:

  1. cover filling ingredients with boiling water , cover and let stand for 5 minutes
  2. combine all dry ingredients
  3. combine wet ingredients
  4. add-in wet ingredients and mix
  5. spread base into floured square pan
  6. stir filling until smooth - consistency should be like that of applesauce
  7. spread filling over base
  8. cover with low fat granola or rolled oats
  9. bake in preheated 350 degree oven for 18-20 minutes
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