Primavika was so generous to send me their 100% butters to test out, and I have to admit that I’m in love! Until recently, I wasn’t the biggest fan of store-bought nut butters, but these ones stole my heart! Not only are they delicious, but, most importantly, free from artificial additives, extra oils or flavor enhancers. And when you’ll see the variety of flavors, you’ll get in a true nutty-daze!
So if you don’t want to do a home-made butter this time, I strongly recommend these products as the most flavorful, and the best quality-wise.
And it is always good to support Polish brands 🙂
Today’s recipe was created very spontaneously. Weekend headed to the end and it rained like crazy. Despite the fireplace on and drinking hot raspberry tea, we wandered around to find a munch.
So I got up, opened my magic cabinet with superfoods and other yum-yums, and there I saw it – almond butter which smiled widely towards me and screamed: “TAKE ME!” When another nut butter heard it, also started screaming over the colleague and jumped into the bowl. Facing that, I had no other choice but humbly make these bars.
And I have to admit that it was exactly what I needed: healthy, slightly tangy due to cranberry and strongly nutty buckwheaty-gluten-free bars.
We liked them so much that I too some with me to school for my friends to test the taste. Their opinion was unanimous: the bars were just divine!
And they are so easy to make!
Bowls ready? Let’s start!
- 50g chia seeds
- 50g cranberries
- 75g hazelnuts
- 4 łyżki almond butter
- 2 łyżki peanut butter
- 150g buckwheat flakes
- 1 1/4 cup plantbased milk ( I’m using vanilla almond one)
- 2 tbs potato starch
- 2 tbs maple syrup
Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl and leave for 30 minutes to let them absorb the liquid.
In the meantime, grease the tray with a drop of oil, layer it with baking paper and pour the mixture on it. Bake for 35 minutes and bake for 170C.
Take out of the oven, let it cool and then cut in rectangular bars.