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- SHTF Survival, Disaster and Emergency Prep aredness ForumsSHTF Survival, Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Forums An emergency or disaster is always a survival situation. At shtfm.com learn and share about preparedness, survival, prepping, bugging in or bugging out, food storage and preservation, water purification,diy,how to, and more http://www.shtfmilitia.com/ Assorted Recipes for Survival & Snack Food Bars http://www.shtfmilitia.com/recipes/assorted-recipes-for-survival-snack-food-bars -t9035.html Page 1 of 1Assorted Recipes for Survival & Snack Food Bars Posted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 10:13 pmby Rob62 Some of these may have been posted here before. None of these are original to me. You may have to clean up the format a little if cutting and pasting into a Word document. Recipes for Survival & Snack Food Bars General Survival Food Bar 3 Cups cereal (oatmeal, cornmeal, wheat flakes, etc) 2 1/2 Cups powdered milk 1 Cup sugar 3 Tablespoons honey 3 Tablespoons water 1/2 Cup Jello (optional) 1/4 Teaspoon salt Place all dry ingredients except jello in bowl. Bring water, honey and jello to a boil...Add to dry ingredients. Mix well. Add water a little at a time until mixture is just ready to mold. Place in a small square dish and dry in the oven under low heat. Wrap and store. This will make 2 bars, each containing 1000 calories or enough food for one day. These will store for a long time and are excellent for emergency packs, etc. Eat dry or cooked in about 3/4 cup of water. Note: Any extras added like dried fruits or nuts will increase the nutritional value. Protein Bar Ingredients â ¢ 4 ounces soy protein powder, approximately 1 cup â ¢ 2 1/4 ounces oat bran, approximately 1/2 cup â ¢ 2 3/4 ounces whole-wheat flour, approximately 1/2 cup â ¢ 3/4-ounce wheat germ, approximately 1/4 cup â ¢ 1/2 teaspoon kosher salt â ¢ 3 ounces raisins, approximately 1/2 cup â ¢ 2 1/2 ounces dried cherries, approximately 1/2 cup â ¢ 3 ounces dried blueberries, approximately 1/2 cup â ¢ 2 1/2 ounces dried apricots, approximately 1/2 cup â ¢ 1 (12.3-ounce) package soft silken tofu â ¢ 1/2 cup unfiltered apple juice â ¢ 4 ounces dark brown sugar, approximately 1/2 cup packed â ¢ 2 large whole eggs, beaten â ¢ 2/3 cup natural peanut butter

â ¢ Canola oil, for pan Directions Line the bottom of a 13 by 9-inch glass baking dish with parchment paper and lightly coat with canola oil. Set aside. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. In a large mixing bowl, combine the protein powder, oat bran, wheat flour, wheat germ, and salt. Set aside. Coarsely chop the raisins, dried cherries, blueberries and apricots and place in a small bowl and set aside. In a third mixing bowl, whisk the tofu until smooth. Add the apple juice, brown sugar, eggs, and peanut butter, 1 at a time, and whisk to combine after each addition. Add this to the protein powder mixture and stir well to combine. Fold in the dried fruit. Spread evenly in the prepared baking dish and bake in the oven for 35 minutes or until the internal temperature reaches 205 degrees F. Remove from the oven and cool completely before cutting into squares. Cut into squares and store in an airtight container for up to a week. Cereal Bar Recipe â ¢ 2 tablespoons butter, softened â ¢ 1/2 cup sugar â ¢ 1 large egg â ¢ 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 3/4 cup whole-wheat flour â ¢ 1/8 teaspoons baking powder â ¢ 3/4 cup Grape Nuts Preheat oven to 400. Set aside 2 tablespoons Grape Nuts. In bowl, blend all ingredients. Roll dough into 2" by 1/2" balls. Press into rectangular bars. Coat bars with remaining Grape Nuts and place on nonstick cookie sheet. Bake 15 minutes or until slightly brown. Cool completely before eating. Store in airtight container for up to a week. Makes 18 bars. Alan's note: This is a good recipe for you to substitute honey for sugar, whole wheat and organic white flour, even the butter can be organic. The Grape Nuts ...well, how can you improve on Grape Nuts? Nutritional info per bar: 90 calories; 17g carbohydrates; 2g fat; 2g protein These bars are lower in calories than many commercial sports bars but they provide a similar ratio of carbohydrates, protein, and fat. Compliments of Susan Kleiner Homemade Energy Bars Recipe #2 Ingredients: â ¢ 2 c. uncooked Quaker Multi-Grain cereal â ¢ 1/2 c. raisins â ¢ 1/2 c. snipped (1/2-inch pieces) pitted prunes â ¢ 1/2c. coarsely chopped (unblanched) almonds â ¢ 1/4cup unsalted sunflower seeds â ¢ 3/4 c. flour â ¢ 1 tsp. cinnamon â ¢ 1 tsp. b. soda â ¢ 1/4 tsp. salt â ¢ 1/2 c. vegetable oil â ¢ 1/2 c. brown sugar â ¢ large egg â ¢ 1 cup unsweetened applesauce â ¢ 2 tsp. vanilla Directions: Preheat oven to 350. Lightly grease a 9x13-inch baking pan. In a large bowl, combine the cereal, raisins, prunes, almonds, sunflower seeds, flour, cinnamon, baking soda and salt. In another bowl, whisk the vegetable oil,

brown sugar and egg until blended. Stir in the applesauce and vanilla. Add the dry ingredients, stirring just until blended. Spread the batter in the pan and bake for 35 to 40 minutes or until golden brown. Cool until lukewarm on a wire rack before cutting into bars. About 24 bars. Granola Nut Protein Bar Recipe Ingredients: â ¢ 2-1/2 cups natural peanut butter â ¢ 2 cups honey â ¢ 2-1/4 cups protein powder â ¢ 3 cups uncooked oatmeal >li>1/2 cup chopped walnuts â ¢ 1/2 cup raisins â ¢ 1/4 cup wheat bran Preparation: In a double boiler, warm the peanut butter and honey to a smooth consistency. This step can be done in the microwave as well--just heat both ingredients for 70 to 90 seconds. In a mixing bowl, stir together all remaining dry ingredients. Pour in the peanut-butter mixture and stir until completely combined. Spread uniformly into a brownie pan. Slice into 12 to 16 pieces, then wrap each piece in plastic wrap. Each Granola Nut Protien Bar costs 25 to 35 cents to make, as opposed to 99 cents and up for store-bought energy bars. On top of that, if you do use organic ingredients, you won't believe the difference! Nutritional information: 200 calories per bar 9 grams fat 3 to 4 grams fiber 15 grams protein 26 grams carbohydrates These bars are definitely not low-fat (they have four times as much fat as a PowerBar), so you may want to reserve them for when you're working out hard. Apricot Bar Recipe Chop in a food processor: â ¢ 1 cup apricots â ¢ 3/4 cup almonds â ¢ 3/4 cup walnuts â ¢ Mix fruit and nuts with: â ¢ 1/2 cup honey â ¢ 1/2 cup wheat germ â ¢ 2/3 cup flour â ¢ 2 tablespoons oil Add: Enough liquid (2 to 4 tablespoons juice) to form thick batter. Mix well. Press into an 8-by-8-inch square greased pan. Bake 30 minutes or until firm. Cut into 12 bars but leave in the pan to cool. Later, package individually and store in a refrigerator or freezer. Makes 12 bars with 220 calories/bar. Tsampa, long known as the Power Bar of the Himalayas, is a mixture of roasted barley and rancid yak butter. Sherpas, nomads and, wanderers alike carry a small pouch containing these two ingredients, which they squeeze into bite-size balls, and pop into their mouths throughout the day. Judging by their legendary trekking prowess, this combo works. With rancid yak butter chronically unavailable in North America and given the generally unappealing sound of most things rancid, this recipe took the liberty of changing the formula to better suit our tastes and simply called it the Apricot Bar. Substituting more common, yet similar ingredients, a high calorie North American

rendition of the classic Tsampa Ball was created. This is a base containing similar Tsampa ingredients, with a few more yummy things thrown in to make the bar more palatable for North Americans, in addition to giving you the kick you need to get up the hill and stay warm on a winter night. Base: â ¢ 1 1/2 cups barley flakes - chopped in food processor till they resemble â ¢ quick oats"(use quick oats if you can't find barley flakes) â ¢ 1 cup flour â ¢ 1 cup brown sugar â ¢ 1/2 cup soft butter â ¢ Mix and press into greased 8"x 8" pan. â ¢ Sprinkle 1 cup of coarsely chopped pecans on top of base Caramel Sauce: Combine in saucepan: â ¢ 3/4 cup butter â ¢ 3/4 cup brown sugar Bring to a boil, stir constantly for 1 minute. Pour caramel sauce over base and bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes, or til caramel sauce is bubbling all over the base. Sprinkle one cup of chocolate chips over bars when done. Return to oven for 5 minutes to melt chips. Cool and cut. Apricot Bar recipe compliments of Marianne Abraham. Marianne Abraham has cooked for several of the finer lodges in the mountains of British Columbia and she has a new cook book in the works. Look for more recipes from Marianne in Off-Piste this season. HOMEMADE ENERGY BAR RECIPE This homemade energy bar recipe is chock-full of goodies and will sustain even the most exhausted peddler through the trip home. Wrap them individually and make extras for tucking into school backpacks. Ingredients: â ¢ 1 egg â ¢ 1/2 cup brown sugar â ¢ l tsp. vanilla extract â ¢ l cup granola â ¢ 1/2 cup raisins (or any chopped dried fruit) â ¢ 1/2 cup chopped hazelnuts (or your favorite nut) â ¢ 1 1.69-oz. pkg. M&M's chocolate candies (or you can substitute carob chips) Directions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Generously butter or oil an 8- x 8-inch square pan (preferably nonstick). Crack the egg into a medium-sized bowl. Add the sugar and vanilla extract and mix thoroughly. Stir in the granola, raisins, hazelnuts and M&M's and mix until combined. The M&M's can be replaced with carob chips, which will cut down on the sugar content. Transfer to the pan and distribute evenly over the bottom, pressing firmly with your hands. Bake for 25 minutes. Cool and cut into bars or squares. Serves 8 to 12. The trick here is to let the homemade energy bar cool! Getting those "hungry peddlers" in your home to wait long enough might be a chore! Your chances are better if these are made when they're not around, but only if you can resist the temptation yourself. Home-Style Bike Snack Bar Recipe JoJo's modification of George's Bar â ¢ 1/4 cup butter, melted, or oil â ¢ 4 large eggs; beaten â ¢ 1 cup flour

â ¢ 1/2 teaspoon baking powder â ¢ 1/2 cup nonfat milk powder â ¢ 3/4 cup rolled oats â ¢ 1 teaspoon salt â ¢ 1 3/4 cup sugar or brown sugar â ¢ 2 cups chopped raisins or dried fruit â ¢ 2 1/2 cups walnuts; chopped â ¢ 3/4 cup chocolate chips (optional) Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease a 9x13 pan. Beat together eggs and oil, sift together dry ingredients except fruit. Add flour to eggs, combine, then stir in fruit, nuts, and chips. Spread evenly in pan, bake 30 minutes, they are still soft when done. Cool, cut into 24 pieces, wrap in foil and freeze. Alan's note: Again, in this recipe you can try olive oil, raw sugar or honey, free roaming chicken eggs, organic flour, organic nuts, they're all available. Getting Even Energy Bars Recipe By: Bonnie Rider-Martin â ¢ 1/2 cup oil substitute, fruit based, or 3/4 cup smashed banana â ¢ 1 cup fructose â ¢ 2 tablespoon Molasses â ¢ 4 large egg whites or 2 eggs â ¢ 1 teaspoon vanilla extract â ¢ 1/4 cup cocoa; optional â ¢ 2 cups 10 grain cereal; ground in blender â ¢ 2 cups flour, unbleached â ¢ 1/2 teaspoon salt â ¢ 1 teaspoon baking powder â ¢ 2 cups chocolate chips; optional â ¢ 1 1/2 cups chopped nuts; optional Makes 12 2 ounce bars. 291 calories, 63 grams carbs, 7 grams protein, 2 fat. With add-ins, 562 calories, 99 grams carbs, 15 grams protein, 20 fat. Preheat oven to 350 degrees, grease a 9 inch by 13 inch pan. Mix all the dry ingredients except the add-ins. Cream the oil substitute, molasses and sugar, ad the vanilla. Mix with a beater- it gets very thick and sticky. Stir in the add-ins. Spread evenly in the pan, bake 25-30 minutes. Cut while still warm. Calories, Fat, Carbs, Protein ~ Plain Getting Even Bar 291cal, F2g, C63g, P7g 2 oz Sinful Getting Even Bar 562cal, F20g, C99g, P15g 2 oz Power Bar Original 330cal, F2.5g, C45g, P10g 2.3 oz. Power Bar Harvest 240cal, F4.5g, C45g, P7g 2.4 oz. Cliff Bar 250cal, F2g, C52g, P4g 3.75 oz. Pemmican Fruit Bar 420cal, F13g, C59g, P17g 2 oz. George's Power Bars-no bake Recipe â ¢ 1/2 cup honey or molasses â ¢ 1/2 cup peanut butter, or cashew or almond â ¢ 1 cup nonfat milk powder, non-instant â ¢ 1 cup raisins/dried fruit or chocolate optional â ¢ 1/2 cup shredded coconut; optional Knead all the ingredients together, adding enough milk powder to form a stiff but not crumbly dough. Shape into 1 inch by 3 inch logs. Roll in optional coconut or confectioner's sugar. Chill. George's Energy Bar- Fruit-filled Recipe â ¢ 1 cup raisins â ¢ 1 cup dried blueberries â ¢ 2 cups chopped dates 2 cups chopped dried apples â ¢ 2 cups chopped dried apricots â ¢ 2 cups chopped dried prunes â ¢ 8 oz almond or peanut butter

â ¢ 1/2 cup sunflower seeds â ¢ 8 cups rolled oats â ¢ 12 oz pancake mix (complete)(3 cups) â ¢ 16 oz honey Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease a large cookie sheet. Knead together all the fruit and the nut butter. Knead in sunflower seeds, rolled oats, and pancake mix. Add honey and knead until blended. Press out onto tin 3/8 to 1/2 inch thick and as even as possible. Using a table knife, press the bar lines into the sheet. Bake about 20 minutes until top is light brown. Freeze very well if individually wrapped and then put in a Ziploc. Ellen notes: boost the protein with 1-2 cups of vanilla protein powder or dried milk. Bill Patterson's Chocolate-dipped Deluxe Overnight No-Bake Power Bar Recipe â ¢ 1 cup rolled oats â ¢ 1/2 cup sesame seeds, toasted and ground â ¢ 1/2 cup dried apricots; chopped fine â ¢ 1/2 cup raisins; chopped fine â ¢ 1 cup shredded unsweetened dried coconut â ¢ 1 cup almonds; blanched, chopped or slivered â ¢ 1/2 cup nonfat dried milk powder â ¢ 1/2 cup toasted wheat germ â ¢ 2 teaspoon butter or margarine â ¢ 1 cup white corn syrup or 3/4 cup honey â ¢ 3/4 cup sugar â ¢ 1/4 cup chunky peanut butter â ¢ 1 teaspoon orange or lemon extract â ¢ 2 teaspoon grated orange or lemon peel â ¢ 12 oz chocolate chips; 2 cups â ¢ 4 oz paraffin, food grade or 3/4 cup butter Toast the sesame seeds in a frying pan for about 7 minutes, until golden, Ellen's note- then grind coarsely. Toast the oats in a 300 degree oven in a 10 inch by 15 inch baking pan for 25 minutes, stirring to prevent scorching. Mix the seeds, apricots, raisins, coconut, almonds, dry milk, and wheat germ; mix well. Mix hot oats into dried fruit mixture. Butter the hot baking pan; set aside. In the frying pan, combine corn syrup or honey and sugar; bring to a rolling boil over medium high heat and quickly stir in the peanut butter, orange extract, and orange peel. At once, pour over the oatmeal mixture and mix well. Quickly spread in buttered pan and press into an even layer. Then cover and chill until firm, at least 4 hours or overnight. DIPPING FOR CHOCOLATE COATING Cut into bars about 1 1/4 by 2 1/2 inches. Combine chocolate chips and paraffin in to top of a double boiler. Place over simmering water until melted; stir often. Turn heat to low. Using tongs, dip 1 bar at a time into chocolate, hold over pan until it stops dripping , then place on wire racks set above waxed paper. With paraffin, the coating firms very quickly, bars with butter in the chocolate coating may need to be chilled. When firm and cool, serve bars, or wrap individually in foil. Store in the refrigerator up to 4 weeks; freeze to store longer. Makes about 4 dozen bars, about 1 ounce each. Per piece: 188 cal.; 4.4 g protein; 29 g carbs ; 9.8 g fat; 0.6 mg chol. ; 40 mg sodium. Alan's note: This is a good recipe. Toasting the oats, the sesame seeds really make a great bar. The key is the syrup and sugar mixture. Be sure to get that right.

Energy Bars- Unbaked Recipe By: American Running Association Running and Fitnews ⠢ 1 cup rolled oats ⠢ 1/2 cup wheat germ ⠢ 1/2 cup oat bran ⠢ 1/2 cup vanilla protein powder ⠢ 1 cup crunchy peanut butter ⠢ 1 cup raisins or dried fruit and chopped ⠢ 1 cup chocolate chips ⠢ 1 cup light Karo syrup Mix it all well. Freeze in bar shapes. Delphene's Protein Bar Recipe By: Irononline Archive ⠢ 3 1/2 cups rolled oats ⠢ 1 1/2 cups dried milk ⠢ 1 tablespoon cinnamon ⠢ 1 cup lite syrup ⠢ 2 scoops protein powder ⠢ 2 large egg whites or 1 egg ⠢ 11/4 cup orange juice ⠢ 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ⠢ 1 cup raisins or dried fruit and chopped Line cookie sheet with waxed paper and preheat oven to 325 degrees. Mix all the ingredients thoroughly. Spread onto sheet, press cutting lines in to make 10 pieces. Bake 15 minutes until golden brown, cut apart, then cool and wrap. Store airtight at room temperature for up to 2 weeks. Honey Trail Mix Bars Directions: ⠢ 4 ½ cups old fashioned rolled oats ⠢ 1 cup flour ⠢ 1 teaspoon baking soda ⠢ 1 teaspoon cinnamon ⠢ 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ⠢ 2/3 cup butter, softened ⠢ ½ cup honey ⠢ ½ cup brown sugar, packed ⠢ ½ cup mini semisweet chocolate chips ⠢ ½ cup raisins ⠢ ½ cup dried cranberries ⠢ ½ cup sliced almonds Directions: Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Lightly grease a 9X15 inch pan. Combine the first four ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Add vanilla, honey, and brown sugar. Beat with an electric mixer. Batter will be very heavy. Using a wooden spoon stir in remaining ingredients until well combined. Press dough into prepared pan. Bake 20-25 minutes until golden brown. Cool in pan 10 minutes. Cut into bars and cool completely before removing from pan. Quick No Bake Peanut Butter Bar Ingredients ⠢ 1 cup natural-style peanut butter ⠢ 1 cup honey ⠢ 3 cups dry uncooked old fashioned oatmeal Directions 1. Combine peanut butter and honey in a large nonstick pot and warm up over a low heat until runny and mixed. 2. Mix in the oatmeal (and protein powder if using).

3. You don't want to cook it, just heat it up enough to stir everything together nicely. 4. Press into a 9x9-inch pan. 5. Let cool, then cut into 16 equal bars. 6. Wrap each bar in foil and store in plastic bags. - No need to refrigerate as the ingredients are natural. High Energy Survival Bars Ingredients â ¢ 2 lbs pitted dates â ¢ 2 lbs figs â ¢ 2 lbs raisins â ¢ 2 cups cashew pieces â ¢ 2 cups sesame seeds â ¢ 2 cups peanut butter Directions 1. Mix all ingredients except for peanut butter through a meat grinder. 2. Add peanut butter and mix well. 3. Roll out into 1/2 inch thick sheets. 4. Cut into bars and wrap well. Makes 60 2 ounce bars. Fruit, Honey, and Coconut Energy Bar Ingredients â ¢ 1 cup peanut butter (or experiment with almond butter, too) â ¢ 1/2 cup honey â ¢ 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract â ¢ 1/3 cup sunflower seed â ¢ 2/3 cup dried cherries or dried cranberries or raisins (or a combination) â ¢ 3 tablespoons sesame seeds â ¢ 1/3 cup shredded coconut â ¢ 3 cups puffed brown rice cereal â ¢ butter, to grease pan Other optional ingredients â ¢ chocolate or carob chips (optional) â ¢ sliced almonds (other nuts are a little too oily for this) (optional) Directions 1. Grease an 8x8 pan with a little butter. 2. In a large bowl, mix together the peanut butter, honey and vanilla extract until well-combined. 3. Add the sunflower seeds, dried fruit, sesame seeds and coconut and combine thoroughly with the peanut butter mixture. 4. Gradually add the puffed brown rice cereal to this. 5. Mix together â “ gooey and messy. 6. Firmly press the mixture into the prepared 8x8 pan; you'll need to wet your hands slightly, otherwise the mixture just sticks to them. Cover and refrigerate for a couple of hours, then cut and serve. Hawaii Island Energy Bar Ingredients â ¢ 2 cups quick-cooking oats â ¢ 10 1/2 ounces miniature marshmallows â ¢ 1/4 cup margarine â ¢ 1 cup shredded coconut â ¢ 1/4 cup sesame seed â ¢ 1/2 cup peanut butter â ¢ 3 cups crisp rice cereal â ¢ 1 cup macadamia nuts â ¢ 1 cup raisins Directions 1. Toasts oats and sesame seed in skillet, stirring occasionally, for 3 minutes

or until lightly browned. 2. Melt marshmallows, peanut butter, and margarine over medium flame, stirring constantly. 3. Add oats, sesame seed, and remaining ingredients. 4. Mix well. 5. Press into a 9x13-inch pan. 6. Cool and cut into bars. Re: Assorted Recipes for Survival & Snack Food Bars Posted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 11:44 pmby Christian for Israel much appreciated! All times are UTC - 5 hours Page 1 of 1Powered by phpBB © 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 phpBB Group http://www.phpbb.com/