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These weren't quite what I was looking for. They seem really cakey, then turn very hard after baking. The taste was okay, but I moved on to another recipe, http://www.food.com/recipe/no-bake-granola-bars-60235.

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subaruthie December 07, 2011

Fun to eat and make! I like the chewy texture...I only baked mine for 10 minutes as I even thought they tasted good un-baked (like a rice crispie treat). I added almonds instead of peanuts and left out the raisins. Definitely will be making these again.

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TexasToast R March 09, 2009

These are great little snackies. I missed the whole bake in a 9x9 pan instruction and used a 13x9 pan. Still thought they baked up fine, just a little thinner than most granola bars, lol. I subbed dried apricots for the raisins and cashews for the peanuts. I will make these again. Much cheaper than store bought :). Made for the Babes of ZWT4.

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Kim127 July 07, 2008

Very good, wholesome and satisfying. I made as directed but only had an 8x8 pan, so I cooked for the whole 19 minutes and they came out great. When I make these again I may try them without the peanut butter, but overall a nice and easy snack!

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loof January 30, 2008

This is a very good snack recipe. It has a lot of fibre in it and it tends to fill you up. I added some flax seed for some extra goodness.

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Garthross July 20, 2005
Chewy Granola Bars