This had me licking the sharp blades of my food processor…I just can’t help myself sometimes around good eats. These are just so satisfying as we have a lil’ bit of spiciness from the ginger, some tart yet cleansing appeal from the lemon, as well as the calming and sweet tastes of the chamomile flowers.

Sometimes nut and dried fruit bars can be a bit heavy tasting and feeling with the decadent ingredients but the ginger, lemon, and chamomile definitely add a nice, lighter touch. Ginger has been one of my good friends for some time now as it does wonders for my stomach, feeds my spicy cravings, and tastes wonderful, of course.



1/2 cup cashews

1/2 cup walnuts

1 cup packed dates or dried apricots

2 tbsp whole flaxseed

1 tbsp dried chamomile

1 tbsp freshly grated ginger

juice of 1/2 lemon

2 tsp vanilla extract



Place nuts, dried fruit, and flaxseeds into a food processor and blend until chopped up and combined. Add in rest of ingredients until thoroughly fused.

Form into whatever shapes that you prefer.

Store in an airtight container in refrigerator. Should last for a few weeks, but I honestly don’t see how they would not all be devoured by then…




  1. Debbie

    Wow….sounds wonderful. I am definitely making this yummy recipe!

  2. What a great idea to include chamomile! Love the flavors in this.

  3. The whole recipe sounds delish! I’m also a ginger addict, and I’ve been trying to find a good energy bar. Thank you, thank you! And also thanks to Annie for turning me on to your blog. :)

    • Ah ginger is wonderful! So spicy and amazing health benefits I cannot get enough. Thanks Jennifer, I’m glad you found my blog through Annie’s! She has a beautiful site.. Let me know how these energy bars go for ya :)

  4. wow. love your blog and philosophy on diet and living! we share a ton of similarities. much love.

  5. Mariana

    I love this,thank you.

  6. Thank you for posting this! Looks great! I have been making lots of raw bars lately but needed some new flavor ideas. Am going to make these over the weekend!

  7. I just made a batch of these (I used Craisens instead of apricots or dates), and they are fantastic. Great recipe!

  8. First of all, this photo is gorgeous! Love the chamomile flowers! The flavor combo sounds amazing with the fresh ginger!

  9. Your food photography is beautiful! And these bars look yummy!