Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 30 mins

I found this for a response to healthy breakfast on the run with natural ingredients. I intend to make these for my DH and I too. I found it on Iowa State University's whole grains food recipes site.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Blend together eggs, applesauce, honey and vanilla.
  2. Add baking soda and stir.
  3. Add remaining ingredients and stir until moist and blended.
  4. Spoon into either a 12 cup cupcake pan or into a 9x13" baking pan. When spooning into pan, keep loose. Do not pack down.
  5. Bake at 375 degrees from approximately 15 to 20 minutes.
  6. Cool.
  7. Makes 12 servings.
Most Helpful

I do like these. I made a couple substitutions. Instead of the flour called for, I used half spelt flour and half soy flour. I also added flax seeds to replace the oat bran and approximately 3Tb. More applesauce. Great breakfast on the go.

4 5

I really like these. They are sweet but not too sweet, nice and chewy, very satisfying. I didn't make them for a breakfast substitute, but rather for a sweetish snack that was healthy. I did make a few changes - to increase the "healthiness" I used buckwheat flour instead of white flour, and to add more omega 3 fats I used 1/4 c chia seeds instead of the oat bran. I was out of raisins, so I used 1/2 cup dried cranberries, and I added more total "healthy" fat by adding a tablespoon of coconut oil and two tablespoons of almond butter.

3 5

I made the individual "muffin" portions rather than the bars. At 22 minutes, they were on the verge of being burnt. I would recommend checking them at 18 minutes. The taste reminds me of a bowl of apple and cinnamon oatmeal. They are a bit dry but good with milk or coffee. I'm not sure why the recipe recommends refrigerating them since most granola bars or muffins you don't need to. I felt refrigerating them greatly diminished their quality as they became rubbery and lost a lot of their flavor. They are quite filling though with a nice flavor when fresh.