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Amazing!! I made these the other night and they didn't even last a day in my house. So easy and quick!

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bean174 May 04, 2014

Yumm-O I made two batches and got 24 bars out of it. They are all wrapped up right now with a couple left of for when the kiddos get home from school. I used the Dark Karo Syrup and a Natural Peanut Butter for the nuts, berries, and such I just used a trail mix that I had on hand. They are not falling apart, not too sweet, just right. Thank you.

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Tr1na April 08, 2014

Delicious! This is my new go-to healthy dessert! I skipped the brown sugar and halved the honey. And they are delicious!

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Simple but Delicious January 07, 2014

Yummy! I added sweetened coconut, sunflower kernels, chopped walnuts, and semi sweet chocolate chips. The chocolate chips ended up melting even though I had them in the freezer, but it actually turned out nice because it gives the bars a nice uniform chocolate flavor. I used light corn syrup instead of something like honey only because of price. Once I mixed the corn syrup mixture with the peanut butter, I folded it in with the dry ingredients- I would recommend making sure the dry ingredients are thoroughly mixed beforehand to make the folding easier! Then I smushed it down real good into an 8x8 pan and left it in the freezer overnight. Very tasty treat with healthy ingredients!

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WhatDoUWant2Eat November 19, 2013

These fell apart quite easily and had a lot of crumbs that didn't soak into the corn syrup mixture. Maybe next time I will only put one cup of oats and 2 cups rice krispies, otherwise tasted good!<br/><br/>I made these again and turned out MUCH better, I just decreased the amount of rice krispies to one cup and added half cup wheat germ and half cup coconut, raisins and craisins...YUMMMMM! Thanks for the great recipe!

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lpnsrock October 29, 2013

Made these for DD#2 camping trip and they were delicious. I didn't chill the mini chips and they melted in my bars, but no matter they were still very good. They held together nicely (unlike some others Ive tried) and withstood the heat outside. A big thank you for sharing with us your recipe.

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mommyoffour June 30, 2013

Delicious! Super fast and cheap too! Thank you for another fabulous recipe!

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swanddwarfs June 29, 2013

Delicious!!! I have made this twice in the last week and we all love it. So fast to make and I love that I can add whatever I like. It is also a great way to use up Rice Krispies. My chocolate chips melted a bit the first time, so this last time, I let the bars cool a little, then gently pushed the chocolate chips on top. Much better results but delicious either way!

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Jen in Victoria, BC May 19, 2013

Used cheerios instead of raisins, nuts, etc. Instead of chocolate chips, I sprinkled on chocolate jimmies. Kids loved them, even my super picky one. We just had a birthday and it made them forget there were cupcakes in the house. ;)

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2 girls' mommy February 06, 2013
No-Bake Rice Krispies Peanut Butter Granola Bars (Lower-Fat)