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I end up adding chocolate chips and a lot less honey. And (embarrassed pause here) melting some marshmallows to make it stick together better. It's the best, easiest cereal bar I've found. My kids LOVE it. Thank you.

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Kate February 21, 2010

Can anyone suggest a substitute for the peanut butter? My family loves it but our schools are "peanut free"!

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TeresaD September 29, 2009

These are so yummy! Instead of 1c almonds I put in 1/2c and 1/2c pecans. I will definitely be making these again.

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JAMmom08 July 27, 2009

These are good..i subbed whole oats with some sunflower seeds for the multi grain oats, and followed the recipe but it was a bit sweet would make sure and cut back on the honey and brown sugar, i put them in the fridge to cool as they were still a bit chewy and cut them before i did put them in the fridge..i also just used 3/4 cup dried cranberries and chopped up whole almonds in the grinder and left some whole...will make again..healthy snack for the grands i am thinking...

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Pikergal March 21, 2009

This is a great (and easy) recipe! I found it to be really easy to modify, too. I didn't have the variety of dried fruits listed, so improvised with what I found in my pantry. I don't think you could wrong with this recipe. Just keep the same measurments, but use any type of dried fruit you like! I used less than 1/4 of a cup brown sugar (to cut the sugar down even more), and I don't think you can tell. This is a recipe the whole family is enjoying! Thanks so much for posting! Love it!!

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MamaMeag February 28, 2009
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