Since this summer, I'm very inspired by blogs like this one about healthy food. I was quite shocked to read how much sugar we sometimes eat without knowing it. I always had a big energy dip after lunch, so I thought maybe it has something to do with the sugar. So I changed my foodpattern: no more bread and no sugar (or well, not so much anymore. My daily piece of chocolate at my after-dinner coffee doesn't count as sugar, does it ;-)?.
But I can't live on a piece of cucumber or lettuce, so I for months I'm baking this healthy snack now. You'll never want to buy all this prepacked cookies once you've tasted this. It really gives a lot of energy in the moments between your meals.
Just put together in a bowl: 500 g of oats (havermout), 50 ml honey, 250 g of dried cranberries, about 100g of something else (dried fruit, nuts or anything you like. Watch out if you're avoiding sugar: the dried fruits can contain sugar as well), pinch of salt, 40g melted butter, 4 egg-whites and some cinnamon (or Dutch speculaaskruiden jaaaa!).
Stir it good and then put it in a cake tin or something. Press it flat. Let it bake at 200 degrees untill it's golden brown. Allow to cool down before cutting it.
Good luck! Are you also lowering on sugar?