This is the best recipe for quick delicious muesli bars. I make these often as a quick breakfast substitute for those 'on the run'. There are endless ways to vary the recipe - changing the mixture of nuts or dried fruit, adding different essences such as pure orange essence, or a bit of cocoa. I have found that cutting them up when cooled and then rebaking briefly to crisp the edges, gives them a more biscuit like texture and means that they last longer - ( if they do not get eaten first). Thank you for whoever shared this wonderful recipe first.
You've got winning recipe here w/these granola bars Lynn. They are a definite good-for-you bar packed w/yumminess too. A few minor deviations include using whole wheat flour, 1/2 cup raisins and 1/2 cup crushed almonds, olive oil and I opted not to use the additional honey for a glaze. Simply because I am wrapping these into individual servings and freezing for popping out whenever. I too work out daily and like to have something to nibble on the minute I"m done. These prove to hit-the spot just right and I thank you for sharing your snack that you enjoy after a run too:-) Made for Springs' '09 PAC~
I'm so glad that I get to be the first to review these yummy granola bars. These are unlike the non-fat versions that I've tried in the past. They're still healthy, but without the gooey texture. My whole family loved these and were disappointed when they were gone. Thanks for the best bar recipe that I've tried so far!