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Blueberry Cobbler Bars | Feed Your SkullThese blueberry cobbler bars are more than a delicious snack, they’re also easy and no-bake. Just a few minutes in the food processor, a quick press in a pan and you have an instant healthy snack.

Blueberry Cobbler Bars | Feed Your SkullNow that we are no longer near a Trader Joe’s I was a little sad to use up one of our last TJ items, but it had to be done. It certainly doesn’t do any good to just keep something in the cabinet.

I’m sure the co-op here has something similar and if not there’s always Amazon (after a quick peruse – I see many similar freeze dried options).

Blueberry Cobbler Bars | Feed Your SkullI used sunflower seeds and old-fashioned rolled oats to add nutrients and bulk to the bars. Medjool dates are the binder and sweetener in this recipe.

Blueberry Cobbler Bars | Feed Your Skull

Blueberry Cobbler Bars

    • Serving Size: 1 bar

    Nutritional Information per serving (7 bar method):

    Calories: 191 | Fat: 6 g | Fiber: 5 g | Protein: 4 g | Vitamin C: 7% | Calcium: 3% | Iron: 7% | Potassium: 13% | Vitamin E: 18%


    • 1/3 cup old-fashioned rolled oats
    • 1/2 cup raw sunflower seeds
    • 1 cup pitted medjool dates (about 12)
    • 1.2 ounce (34g) bag freeze dried blueberries (make sure the 'keep fresh' packet is removed)
    • 1/2 teaspoon almond or vanilla extract
    • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
    • dash nutmeg


    1. Process blueberries, oats, and sunflower seeds in a food processor fitted with the s-blade until finely ground. Add in almond or vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg and dates; and process until everything is well mixed and 'batter' sticks together when pinched between 2 fingers.
    2. Press mix into an 8x6 pan lined with wax paper (for easy removal) and cut into 7 bars. Or cut 7 bars in half for 14 - you could even roll into balls, just depends on your snack mission.

    Blueberry Cobbler Bars | Feed Your SkullBenefits:

    • Sunflower seeds are high in Vitamin E, Vitamin B1, Manganese, Tryptophan, and Copper.
    • These are like homemade Lara bars and only take minutes to make
    • Keep on the counter in a sealed container (or in the fridge)
    • A perfect snack or fuel for a hike

    Time to go have one myself! xo

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