Summertime Cherry Apricot Bars, inspired by Shiloh Farms

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Just because I have a long list of foods that I don’t eat, doesn’t mean my family has to miss out entirely! As a family though, we avoid grains completely, so I was thrilled to learn that Shiloh Farms has a gluten free line with all items packaged in a dedicated gluten free facility! They recently sent my family a variety of ingredients to check out.[*]
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I’ve been weaving them in to our meals ever since they arrived! I have thrown the dried cranberries and walnuts on their spinach salads and mixed together some GORP {good ol’ raw protein} for The Mister to snack on in his work van.

The other night, using the Shiloh Farms organic unsulphered Black Mission figs, I adapted a Chai Spiced Fruit Pork Chops recipe from PaleOMG. The recipe base is stellar as it is – combining a fruit compote with the warmth of chai and flavor of pork? Amazing.
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I even experimented with a paleo brownie {grain free, low glycemic}. It didn’t turn out as I had imagined {it was crumbly} so I will nix a recipe share, but that didn’t stop them from eating it by the bowlful! *chuckle* The Mister said it was delicious, crumbles or not, and asked me to make it again. So I suppose it wasn’t a total snafood.
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Lastly…

Summertime Cherry Apricot Bars

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Ingredients:

○● 1/2 cup Shiloh Farms sundried Bing Cherries
○● 1/2 cup Shiloh Farms dried organic Turkish apricots
○● 2 cups Shiloh Farms organic, raw whole cashews
○● 2 organic cage free eggs
○● Zest of one organic orange
○● 1/4 teaspoon Celtic sea salt
○● 1/2 cup Shiloh Farms organic allergen free Dark Chocolate Chips
○● Organic coconut oil, for greasing

Directions

Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease an 8″x8″ pan with coconut oil and set aside.
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In a food processor, blitz the dried fruits and nuts until finely chopped.
Add sea salt, eggs, and orange zest. Process until mixed thoroughly. Fold in dark chocolate.
Press the batter into the prepared pan.

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ah! it’s like a pie cooling in the windowsill, but not a pie at all.

Bake for 20-25 minutes. Cool completely before cutting.

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The result? Satiating, delicious bars. Between The Mister taking them to work and Luv’s snack attacks they were gobbled up in no time!

Buy:

My family has enjoyed everything we sampled from the gluten free line by Shiloh Farms! If you’re following a paleo/primal diet like we are; they have a variety of dried fruits, nuts, and the allergen free dark chocolate – as I mentioned. For those with celiac disease and/or gluten intolerance; they also offer gluten free flours {coconut, tapioca, almond} and a variety of beans, seeds, and rices. Either way, I would encourage you to check out the new certified gluten free line! You can order by the bag or by the case online or locate a co-op or store near you! Prices start at $3.79 a bag and go up from there, depending on the item.

Use code 80MPHMOM to receive 25% off your order! The code is valid until the end of August.

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Feel free to connect with Shiloh Farms to be up to date on their newest all-natural, organic, wholesome, and now certified gluten-free foods. Follow along on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter!

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Erin is a hopelessly devoted wife & momma to a five year old girl and a one year old boy. For the past year she has been on a quest to get back to the basics...

82 Comments

  1. Dorothy Teel on

    I would like to try Raw Alfalfa Honey from Shiloh Farms and some of their gluten free items sound great..

  2. I would like to try their apple butter, the gluten-free green split peas, and the dark chocolate chips. I know, it’s not a normal combination, but I’m not normal. 🙂

  3. Mary Beth Elderton on

    I’d LOVE to try the Teff Flour, Domestically Grown! I’ve just been reading some wonderful sounding Ethiopian recipes and the traditional bread is made with Teff.

  4. I like the almond flour. I care for my elderly mom and she has celiac disease so anything gluten free would be great.

  5. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger on

    Lots to like here! For starters the Feta Goat Cheese and Tomato, Basil, Jack Goat Cheese.

    Organic Fava Beans and Black Beluga Lentils as well as French Green Lentils – oh what the heck – ALL of the Lentils!

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