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Muesli oatmeal sticks

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Okay, you know I love the oatmeal rolls and I eat them every weekend. A few days ago I got the idea that you can safely change the recipe. So I tried around a little. I halved the dough and refined some with fried onions, which, by the way, was also very tasty. The other half was pimped up with a little chocolate flavor. Both variants have been great. Shortly afterwards I prepared these muesli oatmeal sticks from the batter.

The result was just perfect. I added raisins to the dough, which not only made the sticks really tasty, but also nice and juicy. They taste really good the next day and are great to take with you on the go. If you don't like raisins, you can also mix in coarsely chopped chocolate. Nuts or almonds are sure to go very well too. Just try it.

And this is how it is done:

Muesli oatmeal sticks
Ingredients (6 - 7 pieces)

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200g oatmeal
200g low-fat quark or skyr
2 eggs
2 teaspoons of baking soda
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
2 teaspoons of chunky flavor chocolate (alternatively: cocoa and possibly sugar / erythritol)
40g raisins (alternatively: chocolate pieces)
Nuts, almonds


Preheat the oven to 200 ° C (top and bottom heat). Mix all ingredients together well and form 6 -7 sticks out of the dough with wet hands. Make sure that the raisins are well enclosed in the dough. Place on a baking sheet lined with baking paper and bake on the middle rack for about 16-20 minutes.
Let cool down briefly and enjoy.

So that the bars don't dry out, I always keep them in a plastic bag. Alternatively, you can also seal it airtight in a can. Or you can simply freeze the remaining rolls for the next time 🙂

Your Yvonne