Healthy Energetic Slice

Welcome to Healthy Monday!

Today i want to share a first try of an organic energetic gluten free slice.

I used only organic products but you can just skip that and use non organic ones. Og course as usual, my recipes are adjustable. Follow your inspiration, your tastes and the things in your cupboards! 😉

Plus it’s a no bake recipe. No way you won’t try this!


Healthy Energetic Slice
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: veggie
Prep time: 
Total time: 
  • 160g toasted sesame seed
  • 160g puffed quinoa
  • 10 dried apricots
  • Frosting:
  • 150g dark chocolate
  • 1 tbs margarine
  1. Put the seeds, cereals and dried fruit in the thermomix or other food processor.
  2. Put the paste into a square cake pan.
  3. Melt the chocolate with the margarine.
  4. Pour it on the paste.
  5. Let the cake cool in the fridge before cutting bars.

healthy bar

It’s so easy and quick.

A few ideas: puffed rice, puffed wheat (but the point was to make it gluten free), a mix of muesli would also be nice to try.

Sesame seeds are really good for your brain, your memory. Dried fruits will give you the energy needed to walk, run, and learn.


Try to use dried figs, dates or any other dried fruits.

And of course anything with chocolate is better, isn’t it?

Enjoy and make some sports!


  • Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid

    You had me at no bake. But healthy and energetic is good too 🙂

  • peregrination gourmande

    Yeah! I love no bake cakes! That’s so fast! It would be good for your running. xx

  • Lebertie

    I tested. Bravo! I recommend.

    • peregrination gourmande

      Thanks lebertie! xx

  • You had me at no bake! I also love quinoa. I think it has been really the only hype health food that I really like. 🙂

    • Haha you could adjust it with more quinoa and less sesame seeds. But it could be really good for you now to give you energy 😉 xx cathy

  • I have been wanting to make something with puffed quinoa for a while

  • These look so tasty Kate! So easy too – that’s my kind of recipe. I have some Millet Puffs in the pantry I think would work great with this. Lovely to connect with you via Fab Foodie Fridays.

    • Thanks to stop by. See? I’m interested in that kind of healthy food. That could be a good recipe for you. Can you still eat a little bit of chocolate? Gluten free one? I hope you can… xx cathy

  • Oh yes please!
    Love a delicious no bake slice and this certainly fits that bill.

    • Hey, thanks! I was just planning to make your rice slice. It’s kind of same philosophy but without chocolate! 😉
      xx cathy

  • Yum, this looks absolutely divine! Do you think coconut oil would work in place or margarine?

    • Hi Krissy. I’m sure you could. In France, we are not used to use coconut oil. You know… butter country! Tell me if you try. xx cathy

  • Oh I love this. I am so going to try it. I am writing the recipe down as I write this LOL