Peanut butter breakfast bars

358 calories     £0.10     10 minutes

I love peanut butter and it works so well in breakfast bars, they can easily be added to a basic mix to create a tasty breakfast treat. This is a tasty breakfast alternative but you could always make a large batch and enjoy them over time. Serves 1

All you need is

1 tbsp peanut butter

1 tsp sugar

2 tsp muesli

1 tsp chai seeds

1 tsp flaxseeds

1 tbsp water

To make it just

In a pan place a tbsp peanut butter on a high heat and cook until soft then add the sugar and mix well. Next add the seeds mixing well again.

Add the water to the pan, it’ll cause a lot of steam but once that’s gone add the muesli and mix well so all ingredients are stuck together.

Once out of the pan mould into a bar shape and enjoy warm or place on the mould and leave in the fridge to enjoy later.

The reviews are in

When you run out of milk and bread breakfast isn’t easy so when I threw this all together in a bowl and it came out tasty I was so surprised.

If I was to make this again I would experiment with sugar alternatives and to avoid using it, perhaps honey or sweeteners.

Overall, this was a very filling breakfast even though it was small I didn’t feel hungry for at least 3 hours.

Where to buy

ASDA Tesco Sainsbury’s
Peanut butter £0.62 £0.65 £1.30
Sugar £0.55 £0.59 £0.55
Muesli £1.18 £1.89 £1.20
Chai seeds £1.00 £1.00 £5.00
Flaxseeds £2.50 £0.75 £2.00
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