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dropkick
2006-07-17, 05:32
I was sitting around thinking about pemmican and the fact that I don't have all the materials needed to make it. So I decided to make a breakfast bar instead (the closest I could get).

I used about 1/4 Cup peanut butter, mixed in 1 T honey, and threw it in the microwave for about 30 seconds. I then added walnut bits, raisins, and Grape Nuts, until I had a moist mix.
I sprayed a ramican with olive oil and jammed the mix in with a spoon until it was about 1 inch deep. I topped it with some wax paper and filled it again, using all my mix. Put it in the refrigerator to cool and solidify.

This is a simple recipe that I made up when I saw what I had for materials and I think it worked out pretty well.

Anybody got some tried and true recipes?

Just Jeff
2006-07-17, 17:16
Check out Moose Goo. Kinda like what you did, but gooey so you can use it on tortillas and such.

jimtanker
2006-07-17, 21:11
When all else fails, go to Alton Brown.

Granola (http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recipes/recipe/0,1977,FOOD_9936_17135,00.html)

deadeye
2006-07-17, 21:14
I'll second the Alton Brown nomination. Them's good eats. :biggrin:

KLeth
2006-07-18, 03:10
As always I make Logan-bread. Not for breakfast but for between meal snacks. This is the last recipe I have tried.

250 mL whole-wheat flour
250 mL rolled oats
140 g all-purpose flour
125 mL soy flour
teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
125 mL brown sugar
100 mL milk powder
100 ml dextrose.

200 mL molasses
350 mL oil
300 mL water
300 ml applesauce
4 eggs

150g chopped walnuts/hazel nuts
100g chopped almonds
450g Chopped Prunes or raisins.
200g chopped dried apples.

Mix together all dry ingedients.
Mix in eggs, applesauce, molasses, oil and water.
Mix in the rest.
Pour into a greased large deep tray/pan, put into a preheated 200C oven, for about 1 hour. Keep checking on it! - Pierce entire surface with a fork - Let dry in oven at low heat with owen door cracked for 1-2 additional hours. Cut into pieces while drying.