Post # 1
I have a no bake granola bar recipe that I love
1 c oats
1/2 c peanut butter
1/3 c honey
1/4 c coconut oil
1 c of whatever else you want in them (nuts, dried fruit, coconut, chia seeds etc.)
I want to find a baked recipe so the bars stay together better. The no bake ones are great but sometimes hard to transpot. If they’re not in a fridge they completely fall apart
So, anyone have any good baked granola bars recipe, or know how I could adapt my current recipe to a baked one??
Post # 3
@futuremrs1986: I made something similar to this last week. I put them in haystacks and in the fridge for 30 minutes. They stayed together pretty well.
Post # 4
I follow this recipe every 2 weeks and just adjust to what I have, They never fall apart and are tasty!
Post # 5
I don’t make granola bars enough! Or granola for that matter. I never realized how easy it was before. I can’t find the recipe that I used to make all the time, but this is the recipe that I made of the weekend. http://ohsheglows.com/2014/01/08/soft-chewy-sugar-free-baked-granola-bars/
It’s pretty good, but a little bit chewier than I like. I like that most recipes are pretty flexible and you can put in what ingredients you like.
Post # 6
These granola bars are no-bake, but as long as you use plenty of dates they seem to stick together well even when kept out of the fridge. And they taste soooo good!
Post # 7
Thanks for the suggestions ladies. Keep em coming!
Post # 8
@futuremrs1986: I make these: http://images.ctv.ca/ctvlocal/ottawa/tl/pdf/OTT_Recipe_Grainola_Bars.pdf
They’re from the Looneyspoons Collection and they’re amazing! I do the banana nut variation they suggest under the recipe on that page. I’ve never actually done the original version. They’re soooo good!! Ate one for breakfast this morning!