These bars are so easy to make. I know not everyone has a food processor, I didn’t until my parents bought me one for Christmas two years ago, but it is so incredibly useful! I think mine cost around £35 in a sale, which is pretty inexpensive in the long run when you think about how much it will do for you. I think its worth the money and I wish I had had one years ago!
Clean Eating No Bake Mango Bars are the perfect sweet treat. They are raw, gluten free, dairy free, egg free, sugar free and generally delicious! I would probably quite happily turn down a slice cake for one of these instead (unless is was homemade cake maybe….) I seriously love them!
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Clean Eating No Bake Mango Bars
- Yield: 4 bars
Clean Eating No Bake Mango Bars are the perfect sweet treat. They are raw, gluten free, dairy free, egg free, sugar free and generally delicious!
- 75 grams Cashew Nuts
- 45 grams Dried Mango I used the brand Urban Fruit
- 3 Medjool Dates stones removed
- Place the cashew nuts into the food processor and blitz until they resemble fine breadcrumbs.
- Remove the cashew nuts from the food processor and set aside in a bowl.
- Add the dates and the mango to the food processor and mix until mostly broken up.
- Add the cashew nuts back into the food processor and blitz until everything is thoroughly combined.
- Pour the mixture into a tupperware box and press it down firmly with the back of a spoon to your desired thickness. (I like mine to be about 1.5cm deep).
- Once smooth and tightly squashed, refrigerate the mixture for 2 hours, or overnight.
- Once the mixture has been refridgerated, you can take it out and cut it into bars.
- Wrap up each individual bar tightly in some food wrap and store in the fridge until you need them.