There are different types of cereal bars, classified in different forms, but they are all similar. The Cereal Bar Production Line is a specialised machine for the production of a wide range of cereal bars. The ingredients used in the process are similar, but by changing the moulds or certain ingredients, different shapes and flavours of cereal bars can be produced. So what are the recipes for the cereal bars?
Cereal bars are generally made from rice, corn, oats and other cereals, with nuts, dried fruit, cream, chocolate and other ingredients, and are processed through the Cereal Bar Production Line. They are delicious, nutritious, tasty and come in a variety of flavours to meet the needs of consumers, making them a great treat for all ages. Here's a look at the recipe for each of its ingredients.
1. Cereal Ingredients
In the cereal bar formula, cereals occupy a major part, a oats, rice, corn and other major, some products will also be based on local dietary habits and raw material characteristics, adding wheat, barley, barley, buckwheat and other cereals. These ingredients are mixed and then extruded and puffed to make ready-to-eat cereal flakes to be added to the cereal bars.
2. Nut Ingredients
In the cereal bar to add some nuts can improve the taste of the cereal bar, so that the cereal bar to eat more sweet and delicious, but also to improve the nutritional value of the product, is the cereal bar in the very best ingredients. Mainly including peanuts, walnuts, pistachios, cashews, dried cranberries, etc., adding slightly less than the amount of grain.
3. Oil and Grease Materials
Fats and oils are added to increase the crispness of the cereal bars and to improve the flavour of the product, usually cream, butter etc. Some fats and oils rich in unsaturated fatty acids are also added, such as linseed oil. Lecithin is also added to the ingredients as an emulsifier.
Binders are mainly sugar syrups, starch pastes, edible gums, maltodextrins, etc. They are used to bond raw cereals, nuts and other raw materials into shape. In order to form a better effect, the proportion of the use of adhesives should be more.
5. Protein Ingredients
Cereal bar ingredients are mainly carbohydrates, the protein content is low, so in order to balance nutrition, you need to add some protein ingredients, you can add milk protein, soy protein and other protein fortification to increase the protein content of cereal bars.
6. Preservatives, Antioxidants
Any product has a shelf life. Preservatives or antioxidants are also added to prevent oxidation of cereal bar fat, to ensure the quality of the product and to extend its shelf life. Commonly used preservatives include benzoic acid, sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate, and commonly used antioxidants include vitamin E and tert-butylhydroquinone, the amount of preservatives and antioxidants added is very small.
7. Other Ingredients
Other ingredients often added to cereal bars are flavours and fragrances, vitamins and mineral fortification, and in some cases, confectionery, chocolate and fruit dices. These ingredients are added to the cereal bars in the form of sandwiches or mixed directly with the ingredients to make cereal bars. This gives the product a better taste and makes it more enjoyable to eat.
Some cereal bar products are coated with chocolate, syrup, honey etc. This gives the bar a better appearance and enhances the flavour of the product. Fortification with vitamins and minerals can be achieved by adding dried fruit, wheat germ and a variety of nuts, or by adding a direct multivitamin and mineral salt fortification in very small amounts.
The above is an introduction to the main ingredients of cereal bars, which will give you some idea of what they are. There are different types of cereal bars, so the recipes may vary and the proportions may be different, but they are all similar, so you can choose your own cereal bars according to your taste preferences.