So-Cal University Girl's Granola Bars Recipe
Hearty on-the-go granola bars are easy to make with your favorite dried fruit, oats, and nuts. They are perfect for playground snacks or as a breakfast bar.
Baked 20 mins. Really moist but sknny and tout-sweet. Used: dark choc chips (intense!), dates & walnuts (delish) and raisins(meh). Added a 1/2 c coconut and subbed a heaping Tbs pb for half the honey (great, great ideas). NextTime: Double the crispy rice. Use 9X11 pan & press mix firmly into it. Reduce b.sugar by half. Forget the raisins and replace with yummier dates. Use semi-sweet chips vs dark. Or try dried cherries, pecans & ss chips (plus pb substitution and coconut addition). do not increase chips! Bake 20 mins?
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