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by Karen Swan

Far from rocket science, or complicated recipe, these are made simply by stirring through a big bowl of Greek yoghurt any dried fruits and nuts you have in your cupboard at the time, (I’ll list what I used below), pouring it into 2 x lined tins and freezing until solid.  Once frozen, slice them into little diamonds and store in the freezer in ziplock bags or a freezer safe container.  You could pour the mix into ice cream molds to make a great ice cream stand in.  Either way, they are simple, delicious and loved by big kids and small!

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(serves 4 families)

1 x big tub of Greek Yoghurt (anywhere between 600g and 900g is great)

1/2 to 3/4 cup (or by feel) of dried fruit (I used apricots and sultanas)

1/2 to 3/4 cup chopped nuts (I used almonds)

Optional – a handful of pepitas, shredded coconut. (both used in the bars I made)

Toppings: honey to drizzle

shredded coconut

bee pollen

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Combine all ingredients (except the toppings) and stir to combine.

Divide into 2 lined tins and top with your choice of toppings.


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Slice into desired shapes and store in freezer bags or suitable freezer containers.

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