Blueberry Oatmeal Breakfast Bars Recipe
Whole oats, fresh blueberries, and walnuts make these easy homemade granola bars as healthy and filling as they are delicious.
This easy, foolproof recipe can be customized to your taste. Add dried fruit, nuts, or chocolate to make these bars your own.
Skip the preserves and use fresh strawberries to create Chef John's lighter, wholesome baked oatmeal bars.
These are very good. My 2 yo loves blueberries so i always find blueberry recipes, this is a keeper! Its crumbly but as one has suggested to lessen the oat flour and flour, i used the same amount of oats and lessen the oat flour to 1/2 cup, i just took it out of the oven and cooling it down so i havent tried it yet but man does it smell good!
Followed directions but made my own oat flour and had to use thawed blueberries, fresh would have been even better. These are fun to make and so delicious. I doubled the recipe and I am so glad I did; gone, gone, gone.
After reading others' reviews c/o crumbly-ness, I used 1/2c oat flour and 1/2 c whole wheat pasty flour instead of 1 c oat flour (to get more gluten), and added a little more salt. I haven't had any trouble with them being too crumbly. Will plan to add cinnamon and the usual amount of salt next time. Thanks for a great, fast, healthy breakfast idea! Mine were done at 25min in a convection oven.
I doubled the batch and put them in a 8x13 pan. They were moist and delicious! I did not add the walnuts for personal taste reasons.
A creamy and dreamy mix of oats, blueberries, and cream cheese are baked into crowd-pleasing bars.