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Energy bars come in many shapes and sizes but they usually contain the same ingredients: nutrient-dense foods that can offer an energy boost as quickly as possible. Our DIY version contains 200 calories and it’s high in protein thanks to the 2 tbsps of peanut butter – which will set you back around 40p. Bar-gain.

Whiz 200g of granola in a food processor until fine, then stir in 2 tbsp tahini, 2 tbsp peanut butter, 4 tbsp golden syrup, 2 tsp cocoa, 15g sesame seeds, 15g coconut,

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