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These are very yummy. I used 8 cups of cheerios and they are still plenty gooey.
Super easy and super yummy! My daughter thinks it tastes like a peanut butter and honey sandwich! We used creamy peanut butter.
Super GREAT taste! My kids are going to love these. This recipe is a keeper and so easy to make. I added a 1/4 C of choc. chips & they turned out so good. Thank you for sharing!
Love it! thank you
Yum! Had everything on hand and made in a snap! I put them in individual foil cups for my kids. Used natural peanut butter. Halved the recipe because I only had a few cheerios left in a box.
These were so easy to put together! Plus they tasted very satisfying. I'll probably make a double batch and send them to work with hubby. Thanks for the recipe.
I make these often, however I normally doubled this recipe and put it in a cookie sheet pan which gives you thicker bars.
A five star recipe. I haven't cut mine yet as I'm waiting for them to cool completely, but they came together so easily & with such little effort! I used Splenda & natural chunky PB-also skipped the butter. I used all multi-grain cheeerios for the fiber. Am looking forward to biting into one of these babies soon!
Fantastic! Made exactly as stated and wouldn't change a thing! A good, relatively healthy snack alternative for the kids. Love that the recipe uses honey rather than corn syrup, the honey also gave the squares a great flavor. They store well, unlike marshmallow snack squares. I'll make these again and again! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Wonderful taste! We don't keep honey on hand, so I used the 'zaar substitute (1/2 c sugar and 1/8 c water.) I think there's a reason that it calls for honey instead of more sugar- mine didn't form bars, but made more of a granola mix. Still, a tasty way to eat cheerios.