Lemon Omega+ Energy Bars Raw Recipe

The basis of a raw bar is dried fruits and nuts or seeds, but you can also add your favorite super foods such as spirulina, carob, maca . . . and your favorite spices such as cinnamon and vanilla. You can use one nut or seed or a combination of different nuts and seeds. Celilia grinds seeds first in the blender, and if she's using nuts she processed them in the food processor with the S blade until they reach a coarse, flour-like consistency.


1 well packed cup dates, chopped very fine
2 cups raw dehydrated coconut
1/2 cup ground chia seeds
1/2 cup ground sesame seeds
2 tablespoons lemon zest (according to taste)
10 drops stevia (optional)

Equipment necessary:

 food processor, and a blender or a spice/coffee grinder that grinds seeds.

1. Grind the chia seeds and sesame seeds in a blender or a grinder until fine.

2. Add all the ingredients to the food processor fitted with the S blade and process until well incoporated.

3. Press the “dough” firmly into a small glass pan greased with coconut oil (optional), 8 X 8 works well.

4. Cut into bars or squares and freeze for 8 hours or overnight. 

Cecilia uses chia and sesame seeds to get in her omega fatty acids, and she finds them easier to digest than nuts. For a richer (better tasting) bar she recommends using 1 cup ground almonds or 1 cup ground brazil nuts ground in the food processor with the S blade.

Recipe courtesy of Raw Glow creator Cecilia Kinzie, RawGlow.com/blog, How To Make Your Own Energy Bars

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