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    This is a combination of a few different receipes to make one quite yummy recipe. I have no idea how authentic it is, and I suspect like many other recipes, it probably varies quite a bit from the original, but I still think it's pretty good. And my kids eat it, which makes a winner in my house!

    Recipe #462369

    I found a recipe on Sparkpeople.org for a low fat breakfast bar, and changed it up a bit to make it more like a NutriGrain bar since my kids like those. It turned out pretty good. It's been years since I ate a NutriGrain bar, so I'm not quite positive how close they are though. The recipe calls for 1 cup brown sugar, which I found a little sweet once you included the jam. Despite it having 3 banana's in it, I didn't find it had a strong banana flavour at all.

    Recipe #450989

    This recipe is full of flavour, and very easy and quick to make. I make them ahead of time, and just wrap them in foil and either leave them in the fridge, or freeze them. I found it on the sparkpeople.com site and keep loosing it, so I decided to add it here.

    Recipe #421060

    I drink this stuff by the gallon full. It's best if you leave it stand overnight to let the flavours really mix. I use 2% milk in mine, just to keep the calories down so I don't feel so bad about drinking so much. And I just leave a plastic spoon in the container and give it a quick stir before I pour. I've had so many people ask me for the recipe now, even people who don't like eggnog like this, that I figured I'd post the recipe. It's also great in coffee, or as french toast. Mmmmmm

    Recipe #402469


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