Raspberry Crumble Bars with Marmalade and Pink Grapefruit

grapefruit raspberry crumble bars

Do you find yourself looking at the display case in your local coffee shop?
I do I love it! I love to see what sweet combinations they have sliced perfectly and lined up on pretty backdrops. Sorry to be boring but I never really order anything because I know I will regret it.
Simply down to the fact that I will be disappointed and it will make me feel like rubbish.
But I still like to gawk!
Usually anything chocolate but I have a respect for the fruit crumble bars. I know they will be perfectly moist with a satisfying oaty finish. And I love the tart fruity filling which brings me to what’s in these bars.
I went for a pink grapefruit raspberry chia marmalade. So easy to make, low in sugar, and packing a tarty zing. I believe they would hold their own inside that coffee shop display case and after you eat them you may feel like a jog instead of a lie down with a hot water bottle.

Pink Grapefruit Raspberry Marmalade

Grapefruit Raspberry Crumble Bars

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Pink Grapefruit Raspberry Jam Crumble Bars
grapefruit raspberry crumble bars
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Ingredients
grapefruit raspberry crumble bars
Instructions
  1. Base Method:
  2. Grind buckwheat and cashews into a course flour in your food processor for a good few minutes
  3. Add figs chopped and with stems removed and coconut oil, and salt keep blending until fully combined
  4. Add water and it will become a loose dough remove and press into a pan or tray 9inches evenly. Chill until firm
Jam Method
  1. Put everything is a sauce pan (except chia seeds) and bring to a boil.
  2. Then allow to cool and add 3-4 Tbsp of whole chia seeds stir well and chill till firm
  3. Spoon 1 cup of jam onto chilled fig base and spread evenly
  4. You will have some jam left over
Crumble
  1. Melt coconut oil in a frying pan on high heat.
  2. Add the oats to the frying pan and toast evenly (stirring regularly to brown).
  3. Add maple syrup and let the heat bubble syrup so it coats mixture evenly.
  4. Allow to cool and it will go crispy. Sprinkle over jam layer. Slice bars and dive in!

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