These Sunflower-Oat bars from Gena at Choosing Raw are the sunflower seed butter recipe I alluded to the other day.
I used the baking option because I thought it would make them sturdiest, but you can see that they got a little burnt - even though I only cooked them for 20 minutes! The taste is great and super nutty (seedy?) and coming from Gena they are, of course, healthy. The cacao nibs are something I bought for another recipe a while ago and haven't used them in anything else so I was glad to see how well they worked here. Other than that, the bars were easy to make, as Gena promises and I love how adaptable they are - both for flavors and food allergies or preferences. I would definitely make them again, using either the no-bake option and including sesame seeds or simply only loosely pressing the mixture into a pan so that the pieces could be eaten as a granola.
I broke a bar up this morning, added goji berries, extra raisins, and milk for a museli-type cereal. That may have been more enjoyable than eating the bars as such only because my wisdom tooth is rearing its head again and making it quite painful to sleep on my right side, let alone crunch into a seedy-oaty bar, delicious as it is.