Agrovittles: Banana Bread Bars v1.0 [Full Spectrum] (my new fav!) Weight LossBakedTasty!NaturalSolid

by tojomo
Last updated March 11, 2017 Copy
AmountIngredient$ / daySource
5gSpinach (powdered)$0.42north bay trading
50gMilk, dry, nonfat, instant, without added vitamin A and vitamin D$
30gWheat, KAMUT khorasan, uncooked$
65gPeanuts (raw/ground)$
30gNuts, almonds$
15gSeeds, chia seeds, dried$
3portionIodized Salt (in mg)$0.01walmart
3portionEgg, whole$0.25ALDI
80gBananas, freeze dried$2.75north bay trading
25gRaspberries, freeze dried$2.53north bay trading
25gBlackberries, freeze dried$1.93north bay trading
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*Note: These instructions should be the same for all my bars.

  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Mix powdered ingredients (such as flour, spices and/or oatmeal).
  • Chop up dried fruits and nuts, if any, and mix with flour mixture to keep from sticking.
  • Mix eggs and syrup in separate bowl.
  • Mix liquid and dry ingredients. (I do this in a kitchen aid stand mixer. I put the wet ingredients in first to prevent sticking and then the dry ingredients on top. I then mix for as little time as possible to get the dry ingredients coated in the mixture)
  • Put mixture into baking dish (line with parchment for easy clean up) about a granola bar thickness.
  • Bake for 22 min or till tops of bars slightly golden. (this may need a longer cooking time if the dish you use is smaller than mine)

Reasons and Goals

*see recipe "Agrovittles: Electric Green Energy Bars" for my theories on 'full spectrum'

Notes on Nutrients and Calculations

*see recipe "Agrovittles: Electric Green Energy Bars" for my reasons for using the nutrient profiles that I do. Certain nutrients with RDI values are left out for various reasons, one of which is the USDA not testing foods for those ingredients.

ToDo List

  1. Measure water (currently using a splash. Possibly a 1/4 cup. Maybe less.)

Ongoing Notes


v1.0: Incremented version to indicate that this recipe has been tried and is ready for prime time. No changes to ingredients but after trying this one, I decided it tastes like banana bread. Name changed to reflect this.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
41% Carb, 19% Protein, 40% Fat
% Daily Values*
Total Carbohydrate165g
Dietary Fiber 47g
Total Fat72g
Saturated Fat12g
Monounsaturated Fat32g
Polyunsaturated Fat21g
Omega-3 Fatty Acids3g
Omega-6 Fatty Acids18g
* Percent Daily Values are based on "U.S. DRI *1500 +/-100 Calories *Removed nutrients that are untested for *Removed Vitamin D". You may use the Nutrient Calculator to personalise your own profile, then select it from the list on the Recipe Editor tab.
Nutrient Profile: U.S. DRI *1500 +/-100 Calories *Removed nutrients that are untested for *Removed Vitamin DChange

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