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Zucchini Oat Bars Recipe
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Servings: 6
Preparation Time: 60 minutes

1. Make flax and water at least 1 hour prior to starting.

2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees ºF.

3. Mix oats, flour, baking soda and powder, spices and salt in medium size mixing bowl.

4. In large mixing bowl add flax egg, syrup, oil and vanilla. Blend well.

5. Add dry ingredients in 3 parts. Mix well.

6. Add zucchini to bowl and mix.

7. Add raisins and pecans and mix really well.

8. Spray baking sheet with Pam. Pour batter onto a sheet pan and press out and down with fingers.

9. Bake for 45 minutes.

Recipe submitted by Megan, San Antonio, TX

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Looks so yummy!!! Do you think this would work without oil? Or could I sub in something instead??
# Posted By Alex | 8/17/13 5:37 AM
What egg? There isn't one in the list of ingredients.
# Posted By Jodi | 8/17/13 4:07 PM
Yeah there is not egg listed. Is an egg required and you forgot to list??? I would really like to make this but need to know about the egg??? Thanks.
# Posted By Gail | 8/19/13 12:50 PM
Flax egg is one of many subsitutions for eggs. This is the flax seed + water that is set aside in the beginning.
# Posted By Stephanie | 8/19/13 1:06 PM
OK, these sound very yummy and I would love to make them, but I need to know about the egg.
# Posted By Casandra | 8/19/13 1:33 PM
Jodi, it's a Flax egg as per step 1. Not really an egg, but an egg substitute. You'll see why when you do it.
# Posted By Nanc | 8/19/13 1:36 PM
The flax and water is an egg substitute. Combine them about an hour before you make the rest of the recipe.
# Posted By Shanna | 8/19/13 4:41 PM
The "egg" in the recipe is the flax meal and water mixture from step 1. This mixture can be substituted for 1 egg in any recipe. Step 4 calls it a "flax egg" (notice there is no comma between the two words).
# Posted By Emily | 8/20/13 1:07 AM
I believe the egg she's talking about is a flax egg, which is a substitute for a real egg. It's step number 1.
# Posted By Doug | 8/20/13 6:14 PM
Recipe was disappointing. Cut the baking soda down to at least 1/2 teas or less - the taste of baking soda was overwhelming. Couldn't taste the spices at all. I was also expecting a chewier - granola-y type "cookie" texture. What I got was a cake-y, soft one. Not pleasing. I would up the spices and the maple syrup. Maybe decrease the flour. I've eaten them, but not excited to do so. Sorry.
# Posted By debird | 8/29/13 4:38 PM

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