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Gluten free emergency food bar recipes?

i am trying to stock up on emergency food ration and have purchased a case of mainstay bars but i have celiac and i also keep kosher and have been unable to find suitable emergency food rations for myself. i am open to making my own out of nuts, and seeds or whatever it is one makes these things out of, but i am looking for recipes and proper storage instructions. any recipes.
i appreciate the recipes so far, but i’m not sure thats what i’m lookong for. i’m not look for an anergy bar so much as a food ration- something i could make in bulk t osurvive on for weeks in a situatin where food and electricity were unvailable. the 2nd recipe looks good if there was a way i could store them, refrigeration free and preserve the for a shelf life of several years.

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  1. DP-Pro, March 11, 2014 6:09 pm - Gluten free emergency food bar recipes?

    There was JUST a lady on Martha Stewart giving out this very recipe.

    Here it is. They’re allergen free granola bars.

    Ingredients: Gluten free oats, Gluten free rice crispies, peanut/allergen free chocolate, honey, olive oil, vanilla, brown sugar

    Melt the honey, oil and brown sugar on stove top until caramelized.

    Pour over oats and rice crispies and mix until uniform. Fold into a baking sheet or dish covered in wax paper and spread even (do not press down yet). Add chocolate (chips or chopped pieces) to top of mix and then with the bottom of a plate or spatula or anything flat, press bars down hard to compress. Let cool and slice into granola bar sizes.

    Of course make sure ALL your ingredients are gluten/allergen free (get at specialty stores)

    I made these with regular ingredients as I don’t have food allergies and they were so amazing! I used lots of chocolate.

    Tip: I froze my chocolate chips so when I added it to the mix it wouldn’t melt as fast. I used the mini chocolate chips.

    oh and keep them in the fridge or freezer and let them warm some before biting into them.

    OKAY: THEN TRY THIS

    Make Hard Tack with Gluten free flour. It’s basically bread made without much water. You make bread with flour (gluten free in this case) and salt, and a little water, and form it into sheets. Bake it and let it cool, then bake it again. Getting all the water out of it will make it last forever. Store it in plastic bags in a cool cellar or basement or cupboard.

    Don’t forget, in survival situations, The rule of 3. 3 minutes without air, 3 hours without shelter, 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food.

    Water is much more important than energy rations. Store up water and make something simple like hard tack. Add some oils to your emergency diet like butter and it will provide lasting energy.

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  2. Renie, March 11, 2014 6:51 pm - Gluten free emergency food bar recipes?

    Gluten-Free Energy Bars

    You can substitute your favorite dried fruits, nut butters, nuts or seeds and sweeteners to create your own personalized energy bar.

    3/4 cup nut butter (almond, cashew, peanut or sunflower butter)

    3/4 cup sweetener syrup (honey, GF brown rice syrup, agave nectar)

    1 1/2 cups roasted raw nuts and / or seeds (almonds, pecans, walnuts, cashews, peanuts, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds- use your favorites in any combination)

    1 cup unsulfured dried fruit (cherries, cranberries, blueberries, apricots, pineapple, raisins- use your favorite dried fruits in any combination)

    4 cups brown rice crispie cereal (GF Erewhon Organic Crispie Brown Rice Cereal).

    1/8 teaspoon Kosher salt

    1 teaspoon vanilla extract

    Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper

    Place nuts and / or roasted seeds and dried fruit in the bowl of a food processor. Pulse several times, just until the mixture is coarsely ground.

    In a large saucepan melt nut butter with liquid sweetener over medium low heat. Stir and watch carefully to prevent scorching. When the mixture is smooth and bubbling cook for about 1 minute. Remove from heat. Add salt and vanilla and stir to combine. Use a large spatula to stir in nuts, dried fruit and cereal. Stir until all ingredients are coated with nut butter mixture.

    Scrape mixture on to the prepared baking sheet. Use the spatula to evenly spread the mixture on the pan. Place a large piece of waxed paper over the mixture and use a rolling pin to smooth the top of the mixture. Cover with the waxed paper and refrigerate for about 2 hours before cutting the energy bars into whatever sizes you prefer.

    Wrap bars in waxed paper and store in a covered container in the refrigerator.

    Pack bars in lunch and travel bags for a healthy, away-from-home gluten-free snack.

    Yield- Aproximately 16 -32 bars depending on how they are cut.

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  3. Bear, March 11, 2014 7:47 pm - Gluten free emergency food bar recipes?

    u should be able to alter any recipie by subsituting gluten free ingrediants for flour. It will take some trial and error likely

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