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Apricot Almond Energy Bars

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Apricot Almond Energy Bars 

2 cup dates
2 cup dried apricots
2 cups almonds
6 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon chia seeds
2 tablespoons old-fashion rolled oats

1. I used a disposable aluminum container, but you can use a baking tray and line it with tinfoil.
2. Add all ingredients to a food processor. I prefer to do it bit by bit unless you have a good and strong food processor that can handle all the ingredients. Pulse till the mixture is the consistency you prefer. I did not want it to be mush, so went for medium texture.
3. Transfer mixture into pan and press flat using your fingertips. Press firmly so mixture sticks together.
4. You can eat it right away or allow to set and it will stick and hold better. It can be
Only 5 minutes to make these energy bar recipe, much nicer than store-bought.

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