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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing How Form 8815 Losses

Instructions and Help about How Form 8815 Losses

Hey guys i'm nita homie and welcome back to my channel today i'm sharing homemade protein bars also known as energy bars or granola bars these healthy protein bars are easy to make and made with 100% natural ingredients no artificial sweeteners preservatives or additives they're less expensive when compared to store-bought protein bars these healthy granola bars are great as an on-the-go breakfast or as a quick evening snack or even as a post-workout snack children can have this as a healthy energy bar especially during exam time it's loaded with protein fiber antioxidants and omega threes and great to carry to school or to work the nutrition profile is attached at the end of the video so without wasting much time let's get started with the recipe now first I'm roughly chopping some almonds into a ball and measuring 300 grams of old-fashioned rolled oats now you can also use instant oats instead but rolled oats are less processed and has more fiber add in hundred grams of whole wheat flour 75 grams of jaggery powder other options are coconut sugar cane sugar or brown sugar add in 2 tbsp flax seeds for that extra antioxidants and omega threes and in 2 tablespoons freshly ground flax seeds also known as flax meal into a small bowl and then add in about 4 to 5 tbsp of water and mix it really well add it into the bowl the protein in the flaxseed will help to bind the ingredients I also like to use a freshly ground a cinnamon powder and for that I am quickly grinding some cinnamon in my chutney grinder once ground and in two tablespoons cinnamon powder into the bowl now if you are into gyming and would like to make this as a post-workout...