Dry Nut and Fruit Bars

Dry nut Bar1
Nuts & dates are the good source of dietary fibre. Consuming small amount of nuts on a daily basis protects against heart deceases & reduces the risk of diabetics by 30%.

Servings: 12 – 15 bars/balls

Total time: 20 – 30 mins


  • Figs – 200gms
  • Dates – 200gms
  • Almonds-10-15num
  • Walnuts-10-12num
  • Pista- 10 – 12 num
  • Almond flakes – 10 – 12 num (Optional)
  • Peanuts-1/4cup
  • Flaxseed-2tbsp,
  • Sesame seeds-1tbsp
  • Cardamoms-2-3num


  • Dry roast all the nuts (Almonds, Pista, Walnuts) then add Flaxseed & Sesame seeds and set aside
  • Dry roast peanuts on low flame and set aside
  • Finely chop the dates and figs
  • In the blender/Mixer jar add all the nuts and give a pulse till it coarse crushed. Then add finely chopped dates and figs along with cardamom and blend it again (Add pinch of salt if required) until it is mixed well
  • Shift the mixture to the bowl and try to make the bars/balls when it is warm
  • Garnish with Almond flakes


  • They can be made as bars by spreading the mixture onto a greased tray & cut them to your desired shapes
  • For added sweetness if desired please add Jaggery/Sugar while blending the mixture
  • If you want the bars/balls to be smooth then blend the mixture accordingly
  • Add milk if required to make the mixture wet

About Chitra Jagadish

My passion for Cooking & love to explore healthy recipes. This blog is a result from it and am here to share 'Recipes for Healthy living'...Its all about 'FOOD and HEALTH'

Posted on March 22, 2014, in Breakfast, Breakfast, Indian, International and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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