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No-Bake Granola Bars

No-Bake Granola Bars recipe
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healthy and tasty!! you could actually use any nuts and maybe less peanut butter.
posted by
hassell.vanessa
on 9/15/2013
time
prep:
15 min
total:
15 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
9/15/2013
healthy and tasty!! you could actually use any nuts and maybe less peanut butter.
posted:
8/22/2013
I made these for a quick before-school breakfast for my kids who are forever running late. My son gobbled 2 up quickly, and my picky-ish daughter also ate one. My son said they were very good and filling which is what I was going for. Later in the morning I got a call at work from my husband raving about them, saying he had pulled off half of one to taste and immediately headed back to the kitchen for the other half. I couldn't find the NUTrition Antioxidant mix so I subbed the Heart Health version (with cranberries, blueberries, and pistachios). They were super easy/quick to make and came out perfectly!
posted:
7/24/2013
Try subbing in unsweetened applesauce to increase moisture -- and lessen the honey/sugar to lower the calories and carbs.
posted:
4/25/2013
I made this recipe only I did my slightly different. I used all the ingredients only instead of using Planters nutrition antioxidant mix and the creamy peanut butter I just used 1 jar of Planter's nutrition banana granola peanut butter and it was amazing. I'm going to make more only I may use the other Planter's Nutrition Peanut Butter. Great recipe!!!
posted:
3/4/2013
Super delicious! The peanut butter, honey,and brown sugar mixture really brings this all together and makes it seem like such an indulgence! It was a little bit crumbly, but held together pretty well. I added chocolate chips and raisins. I can't wait for my kids to come home from school and taste this snack :)
posted:
1/7/2013
Delicious! Not to dry or dense at all. Did not add the anti-ox mix due to having little boys who do not care for dried fruits. Much better than store bought which have lots of "extras." Everyone loved them!
posted:
9/17/2012
Delicious! Of course I added the chocolate chips. Rice Krispies are fine, but Cheerios have 3 grams of fiber per cup and taste great. I use a spoonful more honey and Peanut butter to combat the crumblies. Also, I cut 32 into bars and individually wrap in foil. Keep in refrig for an easy to grab snack to put in your pocket or purse when you're on the go.
posted:
9/12/2012
Really good. It is easy to make and with imagination, with different healthy options.
posted:
8/28/2012
These were very dense - too dense. No one wanted to eat them. The flavor was fine, but they were like bricks.
posted:
4/24/2012
They were a little crumbly & next time I might up the wet ingredients. I substituted dried apricots & used chocolate chips. I'm putting them in the fridge to see if that helps firm them up. They were so yummy & there might not be any left for my kids! LOL
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