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I haven't yet made these, but wondering if I could cut down on the honey and perhaps add chia seeds or maybe almond flour which might help bind them together. I am wanting to be able to take them with me when I travel and wanting something that doesn't fall apart. Anyone have ideas on improving this recipe for that purpose???
Very nice bar, but did unfortunately not stick as much as i wanted them too so they crumbled a lot.. but taste was still wonderfull
These bars were very tasty, but made a very thin bar when pressed down. I made 2/3 of a pan instead so I could have a thicker bar. I also omitted the coconut and almonds and added walnuts instead. Thanks for a nice, versatile recipe.
These are very good and versatile granola bars,which is what I like about them.You can add whatever you like and they still taste good with a delicious nutty flavor.The only changes I made was substituting sesame seeds and ground pecans for the roasted almonds and roasted sunflower seeds because I did not have any on hand.Otherwise,I am sure the original recipe tastes just as good.This is a very healthy alternative when looking for a quick sweet fix or a snack.Thank you for posting.
Mmm yum! I went with the honey option and replaced the mini choc chips with a mix of chopped apricots and shredded coconut and I used chopped apricots and sultana's for the fruit in the mix. Fantastic!! It holds together really well when eaten from the fridge but does get a little soft when eaten from the lunch box on a warm day...still tastes great though and much better than a commercial bar. Thanks for sharing.
This gets a "serioulsy yum" rating from me! The flavor is great. It was easy to make and it is pretty healthy too! The only problem I had was that it didn't hold together as well as store bought granola bars but since I ate it so fast it didn't really matter.....
My nutritionist gives out this (or a very similar) recipe to her clients and I love it. I make mine with puffed kamut cereal and whatever dried fruit and nuts I have on hand and my family loves it.
these are wonderful. Everone who ate them wanted the recipe. I will never buy granola bars from the store again. They could very well turn in to a weakness for me they are so good. Probably because I love P.B. and chocolate mixed like reeses P.B. cups, these tasted just like them, but more healthy for you so you don't feel so guilty for eating them. I doubled the sunflower seeds to replace the almonds, didn't have any. I used a little less ch. chips and probably will use even less next time just enough to taste them. Thanks Mikki
I've been looking for a "granola type" bar. I liked that this had the puffed brown rice cereal. I think it really gave it a similar texture to a purchased chewy granola bar.I used honey, dried cherries, mini chocolate chips. You should press the chips in quickly and firmly as instructed or they have a tendency to pop out. I omitted the coconut (since I didn't have it) but I think that its stickiness would have been helpful in binding the mixture together. Mine were slightly fragile, but SO delicious. They do satisfy my sweet tooth when needed! My daughter thought they were really good, too. Thanks, Heather, for posting. Roxygirl