Mixed seed bark

Mixed Seed Bark Recipe. Cookies Variation

Mixed Seed Bark

If you are, as am I, surrounded with allergy-challenged family members  and friends, you become very creative and use seeds. Yes, seeds. This recipe gives equal time to all seeds: Flax, chia, hemp, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds. It’s no wonder they are

  • delicious
  • nutritional powerhouses
  • your best friends for all things digestion and regularity

A nice chunk of mixed seed bark a day keeps tummy aches away, and keeps you going: what’s not to love?

Mixed Seed Bark Vegan and gluten-free

Yay: it looks like they have everything going for them.
One more thing: they are a snap to make. Mix, shape, bake, the end.

Mixed Seed Cookies

The cookies are made with the exact same recipe, using the exact same ingredients. They are just shaped differently. Same recipe, two looks; funky messy bark, or tidy cute cookies? Mix and match, everyone will love both. Instructions for baking the cookies are included.

Can’t have nuts?

Seeds are your answer! Not just for this mixed seed bark and cookies, but in virtually every recipe that calls for nuts. Seeds are the tiniest mightiest powerhouses! Nutritionally speaking, they are all the way up there with almonds and walnuts, and loads of crunch too!

Get the seeds ready-mixed!

Super Seeds Gerbs is absolutely fantastic. 7 seeds all in equal parts. Super fresh and well priced.  Most importantly,  they are highly nutritious. So nutritious you can have them for breakfast too. Very priced too! Think of what you can do with this wonderful mixed beside this mixed seed bark:  throw it in smoothies, overnight oats, cookies, energy bites, muffins, salads, and much more.  I make sure to always have some on hand. Store them in the refrigerator after opening, for maximum freshness.

A little word of caution!

Do not forget to spray the cookie sheet, line it up with foil, and spray the foil. Small simple steps, but if you neglect one of them, you’ll get an inextricable sticky mess. Oy, I recently had a frustrating evening when I forgot to oil the pan, and had to throw away my beautiful batch, and slaved on scrubbing the pan.

Mixed Seed Bark freezes beautifully

So why make half a batch if you can freeze? Just sayin’ OK? Everyone i bring a box of these treat is in heaven: the perfect gift! We too often think food gifts should be ornate and labor intensive, whereas the exact opposite is the case. Your friends will be grateful for the real thing!



4 1/2 cups mixed seeds of your choice (or get Super Seeds Gerbs)
1 cup old fashioned oats
1 cup psyllium husk powder
1 cup honey (or date syrup, or maple syrup)
1/2 cup sugar or sucanat
1/2 cup oil
3/4 cup water
2 teaspoons sea salt
1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract (you can also use caramel or butterscotch extract)


Preheat the oven to 325*F

Measure all ingredients into a bowl, and mix thoroughly.
Spray 2 large rimmed cookies sheets generously with vegetable spray. Line the trays with wax paper, and spray again generously with vegetable spray.

Pour the mixture in the cookie sheets, and spread roughly on the whole surface. Cover the top with another sheet of wax paper, and roll very firmly and thinly with a rolling pin, going everywhere in the pan. Some excess mixture might come up the sides of the pan. Cut it right off with a knife.
Repeat with pan #2.
Roll out all excess in pan #3. You might not cover the whole surface of cookie sheet #3, and that’s OK, just as long as you spread your mixture very thin and press it very compactly.

Bake the pans one a time, about 25 minutes. Watch for those last 5 minutes, so you don’t let the mixture get too dark and burnt. It should be very crisp and golden. Let it cool, and break it into pieces. It it didn’t crisp completely, return the pan to the hot oven turned OFF.

Store at room temperature in an airtight cookie tin. The bark freezes well too, just make sure it is very well sealed and airtight.


Preheat the oven to 325*
Form smallish balls. Place them on a parchment-lined cookie sheet, and flatten them with your hands.
bake 30 minutes. They should be very crisp.
You will get a good three dozen cookies.


Store the bark or the cookies in airtight tin at room temperature.


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