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You really don't have enough honey to make it hold together. Use some brown sugar with the honey and it should make it hold better. Plus it will give it a little more flavor.

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moallen31 December 03, 2009

These are yummy! I made a few changes: natural unsweetened cashew butter instead of peanut, 1 cup flax meal, sesame seeds instead of sunflower, cranberries and orange flavored cranberries (no raisins), walnuts and pecans (no almonds) and I added a little ginger. I took JenniCat's advice and used 2 8x8s instead- they went in for 25 mins and were a bit dark around the edges, but tasted great. Thanks, I will make these often! they are thick and have an almost cake like consistency- muffin bar meets chewy granola bar!

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newmama April 26, 2008

We really enjoyed these. They were a bit crumbly as Al Al warned. I noticed that they were the most crumbly in the center of the pan. The mixture on the edge stayed together much better. My solution is to bake them in two 8X8 square pans instead of the larger pan. I think this should help them hold together better!

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JenniCat March 08, 2008
Good-For-You Granola Bars