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Larabars are packed full of vitamins and nutrients, and when made at home, they’re way cheaper than the store-bought version! Vegan, gluten-free and raw!
Add nuts, figs, dates and goji berries to food processor. Process until a sticky mix forms .
Add lemon zest, coconut oil, apricots and water and process; make sure mix remains a bit clumpy.
Using your hands, form mix into smalls balls, or bars. Larabars will keep in an airtight container in the fridge or freezer for up to 1 month.
Serve with brown rice, jasmine rice or any type of noodle: rice noodles, mung bean noodles (which are gluten free), soba noodles, ramen (without the seasoning packet)—I have even used regular pasta in a pinch. Use whatever you have on hand. I made this version completely vegetarian (even vegan) but it would be delicious with grilled shrimp, sliced chicken, or beef.
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