This recipe can save the day if you are out on a mountain top far away from civilization. You can survive on these for days and days as they contain everything your body needs. They are so stuffed with calories, vitamins, fibres, protein, honey and oil that their nutritional value is unsurpassed by any other known foodstuff! Had Scott and Amundsen only had a batch, they would still have been alive today!
So – here goes for all hikers, golfers, mountaineers, surfers, runners, explorers and the like:
125 gr. dried apricots, 125 gr. prunes, 200 gr. raisins, 100 gr. mixed nuts (what you like best), 100 gr. sunflower seeds, 300 gr. oatmeal (as coarse as possible), 4 deseeded apples, coarsely grated with the peel on, 100 gr. chia seeds (this is the holy Inka seed that is stuffed with protein and makes everything taste great– if you cannot get it use coarse wheat flour or spelt instead), 200 gr. rye flour, 2 ½ dl.. apple juice, 2 ½ dl.. water, ¾ dl.. oil (I use olive oil but sunflower oil is also good), 1 tea spoon salt. 100 gr. honey
Chop the dried fruit and put in a large bowl. Chop the nuts and grate the apples coarsely (keep the peel on). Add to bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix everything well. This takes good, strong arm muscles.
Take your deep oven plate and line it and its sides with baking paper. Add the mixture and spread it evenly on the plate. Bake for 35-40 min. in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius (hot air circulation). Take the plate out of the oven and cut into squares while still hot. Then place on a grid to cool. Leave out to dry overnight and then pack the freaks into suitable portions. Keep in refrigerator for up to a week. Freeze what you are not planning to use right away.
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