Sesame sticks nutrition facts and recipe

I've been reading lately about the benefits and properties of sesame. Being a good source of calcium, I tried to introduce it in the diet of the little ones in the form of sesame milk. I tried, but I didn't succeed 😀 Dear ones, I would probably still drink it if I insisted, but since I don't like to see grimaces at the table, I said I have to find another method. And I found these sesame bars.

They, the bars themselves, are very good, but sweet and consistent. You can't eat too much, so ingested sesame will not be the same amount as sesame milk, but it's not good at all :)))

Sesame sticks nutrition facts and recipe

  • 200 g sesame seeds
  • ~ 100 g walnut kernels
  • 200-250 g of honey

you can also add other dried fruits or seeds, depending on your taste and preference (hazelnuts, cashews, sunflower seeds, almonds, raisins)

Preparation Sesame sticks:

Put the sesame seeds and walnut kernels in a pan and lightly fry. Be careful to stir continuously so that the sesame does not burn.

If the honey is sweetened, put it in a kettle or saucepan and heat it until it becomes liquid. Pour the honey into the pan over the seeds and mix well until smooth.

Turn over on a piece of baking paper and level. Leave to cool until hardened, then portion.

Good appetite! 😉

Sesame sticks nutrition facts and recipe

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