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Recipe | Apricot Macadamia Bars | L’Orenta Nuts

Recipes Posted on June 10, 2022

Recipe | Apricot Macadamia Bars | L’Orenta Nuts

Crispy macadamia nuts mixed with juicy apricots are made with apricots, honey, rice krispies, and coconut. It’s a tasty snack that will keep you going and feeling full. This yummy snack is sweet, crispy, easy enough to make, and a fantastic dessert while traveling. You can make apricot macadamia in many distinct ways. 

The ingredients for the recipe are shown below:

  • A cup of sliced macadamia nuts
  • Half a cup of coconut granules that aren’t sweetened 
  • Half a cup of apricots that have been cut into small pieces.
  • Cereal: a quarter cup of gasped rice.
  • One tablespoon of any seed contains dietary fiber 
  • One cup of maple syrup or natural honey.

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What You Need to Know to Make Apricot Macadamia Nut Bars

Regulate the oven to about 300°C. Line a medium square baking pan with cooking spray. Spray some baking paper, and then lay it on the pan inside the oven.

In a mixing bowl, mix all the ingredients and stir them into a pan that has been lined. 

Lightly spray with cooking spray and press the mixture down into a flat layer. 

Bake for about 20 to 30 minutes, or until the edges start to get a golden brown.

To cool the pan, move it to a metal steamer basket. When the bars are cool, gently pull them out of the pan using the corners of the baking paper. Then, place them on a wooden board and slash them into squares.

Each bar should be cut into 8 to 12 pieces, and each piece should be wrapped in paper.

For up to two weeks, keep it in the fridge in a tightly sealed freezer bag.

Macadamia nuts are high in calories, but they also have a lot of healthy cholesterol, mineral supplements, and trace elements, which are essential for your body. These nuts are low in carbohydrates and fructose, and they have a fair amount of fiber. Diabetes patients may like this mix because it helps make them less likely to raise their insulin levels.

Visit www.lorentanuts.com for more information on making delicious snacks and the most up-to-date cooking instructions!

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