14 Jun 2017

Personalised Muesli Slice

I've made this muesli bar slice since the day I found it about 2 years ago. During the last 3 weeks or so I've bought some different ingredients and formulated a fruit and sugar free (not sweetener free) recipe so that PC can have some energy snacks on hand that won't give him a hypo due to his DNA quirks.

Muesli Bar Slice                                

1 cup rolled oats
½ cup wholemeal SR flour  
½ cup desiccated coconut
½ cup chopped almonds
¼ cup pepitas
4 tbsp sesame seeds
2 tbsp linseed meal
4 tblsp sunflower seed
 ½ cup rice malt syrup
 125g coconut oil
 2 tbsp honey              
  • Place oil, honey and rice malt syrup into a saucepan and melt until the ingredients can be mixed together reasonably well
  • Mix all dry ingredients in large bowl
  • Add oil mixture to dry ingredients and mix until sticky
  • Press evenly into a greased slice tin. Use a potato masher to flatten out
  • Bake @ 180c for 20 - 25 minutes until golden
  • Cut into bars / squares when cold
  • Keeps for 5 - 6 days in airtight container

As it is the sweet taste of sugar that triggers an unfavourable reaction with PC this recipe has been altered specifically to suit his individual needs. 😀 They are very filling and because of the content of dry ingredients they are a slow release energy.

RobynLouise XO


  1. Always on the lookout for a good muesli bar recipe for our daughter Robyn. Thanks for the recipe.

    1. Hoping this one is to her taste and your specifications :).

  2. Robyn thanks for that. I should make some for my son but it wouldn't last long unfortunately. LOL!

  3. Hahahahaha Chel! What makes you assume it lasts a whole week here!

  4. Thanks for sharing this recipe, I would be the only one eating it.

    1. It freezes well Deb so it could last you a while. I have thought of halving the mix in the future and mixing fruit through half and leaving the other half as above then placing it in the oven tray. You could divide it and make a few different ingredient mixes before cooking in the one pan and you would have a variety of snacks you could freeze.