This is a delightful tray bake for busy days - you only need a large mixing bowl, a sieve, a wooden spoon, a measuring jug and a fork, and you can have the whole mix into the baking tray by the time the oven has heated up. With only 20 minute baking, you can have the whole job done in half an hour!
Choc-chip Muesli Slice from Taste.com.au, substituting 75g dried blueberries for the same weight of chocolate. You could view this as a healthy version of flapjack - less fat (and oil instead of butter) and less sugar, but all of the tasty bits. In fact it's more like a chocolate chip cookie dough baked in a tray.
I found the bars a little on the dry side, but that might be because the blueberries absorbed some of the moisture. An all-chocolate version, like the original, might be better in this respect. They were not very sweet at all - which is why milk chocolate is specified in the recipe.
Blueberries and Bar begin with B, I am entering these into this month's AlphaBakes challenge - the letter randomly chosen for this month being 'B'. AlphaBakes is hosted alternately by Caroline from Caroline Makes and Ros from The More Than Occasional Baker - this month the random letter B was generated by Ros, and must be used as a predominant part of the name of the recipe or one of the main ingredients. See the full rules on this link if you'd like to know more!