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    I spent a long time looking for a plain, simple granola bar recipe, without all the extra gook that most recipes seem to have--the seeds and wheat germs and fruit and chocolate and what not. Those things are nice enough but not when you don't have them on hand or don't want them. I just wanted a straightforward oats recipe. A friend finally passed one on to me, but I ended up changing a lot in it to strengthen the flavor and make it cheaper. I really like this recipe because it's so easy to make fast and also very versatile. Just add anything you like.

    Recipe #492116

    I threw this together on one of those "I wonder what's in the fridge" nights, and it's now one of my favorite dinners. We have it a few times a month. I love the blend of sweet and spicy sauce with the fresh taste of the peppers and the tartness of the apple. I've found that the apple makes or breaks the dish. Make sure you use a firm apple with bold flavor. If you use a mushy or mild flavored apple you'll probably find yourself spitting it out.

    Recipe #351698


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