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Weeds & Seeds Stone Age Bread

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Pour your mixture into the pan, and level out the top with your spatula or spoon.

In a large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients.

*Note that this is very dense bread that won’t leaven. When finished baking, the loaf should sound hollow when tapped. Thinly slice and Enjoy!

Recipe Tip:Line the pan with parchment paper before spreading the warm mix to easily lift the chilled bars out for cutting. Young kids will not be able to manage the large knife needed to cleanly cut the bars but you can ask their opinion on whether you chop them into squares, rectangles or even fun triangles. Reuse the parchment to wrap cut bars before placing in an airtight tin or container and freeze so they don’t stick together.

Let cool, then slice into squares.

At the Back To Earth™ shop in Lavington we sell a Snack Bar Mix that is easy to put together by just adding a nut butter (or a nut-free alternative) and honey. If you don’t have easy access to the shop, don’t worry you can make this recipe using a regular size bag of Weeds & Seeds™ that is readily available at many local stores as well as from the online shop.


Heat the peanut butter and honey till just melted. Don’t overheat.

Recipe Variations: Add your choice of nuts, coconut, chocolate chips, seeds, dried berries (or whatever your taste buds like!) or add oatmeal if your family prefers a less seedy bar.

These Back to Earth energy bars are the perfect item to pack along for spring break adventures as a family. They are filling, awesomely nutritious, and a sweet treat for everyone to enjoy. Your kids will be proud to share them and tell friends they made them.

In my recipe below, I actually tell you to omit the seasoning packet from the ramen because it’s filled with gross ingredients and so much sodium.

This salad is true to its name.

But I think the most appealing part of this recipe is how easy it is and the fact that it’s okay if it sits out at parties and potlucks. Nothing will “go bad” in this recipe so after you take it out of the fridge from its initial chilling, it is fine to sit out at the table.

With or without the seasoning packet?

It’s so easy to double, triple, or quadruple this Asian ramen salad for whatever size potluck or party you are going to. I have heard of someone trying to make this for 100 people.

My aunt gave me this recipe from which she got from her late husband’s family in Indiana.

Alright, so now I’ve talked your ear off about this Asian ramen salad you should probably go grab the ingredients listed in the recipe below and get to making!

Here are some that I think would be great: