Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

These are a great way to start your day--they aren't crumbly, so these bars are the perfect "on-the-go" breakfast for little hands to grab on their way to school, or for bigger hands on their way to the office!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In large bowl, mix eggs, sugar, oil, milk, and vanilla.
  2. Seperately, combine flour, oats, and salt, then add to egg/sugar mixture.
  3. Stir in raisins and walnuts.
  4. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto parchment lined baking sheet, and bake at 350 degrees for 12-14 minutes, or until set.
  5. Optional: press mixture into greased or parchment lined baking dish, and bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until set, cutting into bars for serving.


Most Helpful

I love these bars!!!! I eat a breakfast bar, banana and yogurt every morning for breakfast. The bars were just getting to expensive and had a lot of sugar. So, I looked to the "Zaar" and found these. I made them with dried cherries instead of raisins - just don't like them. I didn't have any evaporated milk so I used 1/2 n 1/2. I also added a little bit of cinnamon - I like spice with my oatmeal. Made them in a 9 X 13 and cut them in 16 large bars. Thank you for this post.

Suzy-Que in Idaho December 13, 2008

We need to leave for school for my daughter at 6:45 am, so I was looking for some healthy options to grab and eat in the car. This basic recipe is fantastic. We have tried with chopped prunes and walnuts and are about to try dried cherries. I also plan to try peanut butter (minus some of the oil). Thanks for providing this!

Soozaler September 07, 2015

These were good. Not too sweet, although I did use dried apricots in place of raisins and added in a few dark chocolate chips as well as pecans instead of walnuts. Both my little ones like these and I always prefer to give homemade when able. Thanks!

StacyMD187373 February 22, 2015

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