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    Came across a clip-out of this recipe in a stack of old papers. I'd always wanted to try making granola bars and just hadn't gotten around to it. Finally did and discovered this is an excellent base recipe - very versatile and accepting of minor tweaks. The bottom portion of my clip-out says Good Housekeeping October 2009. Not sure if there was an article name associated with it, just has a heading of "Granola Bars." Here's what GH had to say about it: "Bake a pan of these snacks and you'll never go back to the boxed stuff. They're super-easy and fun to make with kids. One brand uses almost as many nuts as we do, but a 12-bar box is $30! Our tray of 18 costs only $6 - and it's a whole lot tastier."

    Recipe #505031

    Delicious recipe from Glamour magazine's "how to do anything better guide" - excerpted from Lou Seibert Pappas' book "Pancakes and Waffles." Don't skip the lemon zest in this or you will really miss out! (Actually, the pancakes will taste fine without it if you really hate lemon, we've made it without before and they were fine. But we love the scent of freshly grated zest and generally never go without it in this recipe!) We use white spelt flour instead of all purpose and it works fine. Also vary it up with the berries - our favorite to use are blueberries. We microwave about a cup for 30-45 seconds to burst them and use the fruit and juice like syrup.

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