Aussie Bites

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Total Time
15 mins
10 mins

Got this recipe off the internet after doing a Google search, and found that someone had originally bought them at Sam's Club and asked for the recipe ... just like I did! I imagine you can play with the ingredients some, and I plan to try cutting the fat (2 sticks of butter for 30 cookies??! YIKES!), but am posting the recipe exactly as I found it on the net.

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  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees (farenheit).
  2. Combine first six ingredients in a large bowl.
  3. Melt honey & butter together in microwave; set aside.
  4. Mix baking soda with hot water and add to butter mixture.
  5. Pour butter mixture into dry ingredients and mix well.
  6. Place tablespoons of mixture into non-stick mini-muffin cups (no need to grease) and flatten mixture slightly. Bake 10 minutes or until golden. Cool on wire racks.
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4 5

Excellent recipe. I had some crumbling problems, but added 1/2 cup olive oil and made sure to flatten mix firmly in each muffin pan. They came out perfect!

5 5

I actually loved these! A lot of you are complaining that your bites turned out crumbly. I followed the recipe actually as is and I didn't have that problem. I put the dry ingredients in the food processor and ground them until they were fine. I added only 1/2 cup coconut flakes as I'm not a huge fan of coconut. I used apricots, raisins and cranberries. I only had the large muffin tins so I packed firmly and cooked for about 10 minutes. I let them cool and then placed a large cookie sheet over the muffin tin and flipped. The Aussie Bites fell out of each tin perfectly. I brought them into work and everyone raved about them being better tasting then Costco's. Since then, I've shared the recipe several times. I'll keep making these. I'm ok with a little fat at all as I work out 6 days a week and compete in half marathons and obstacle course races. Great for a burst of energy! I did notice that Costco's adds organic quinoa and chia seeds. I'll probably add in the chia seeds next time.

5 5

The first time I tried this recipe I made it as written. It came out fine. I made a few changes. I used whole oats and rough chopped them in a food processor. In place of the sunflower seeds, I used chopped almonds. For dried fruit, I used 1/4 cup each of brown raisins, golden raisins, dried blueberries, and dried cherries. Both times I made it, it made 50-54 instead of the 30 the recipe stated. My grandkids love them. And so do I.