Recipe by CHEFROMANO
"This recipe is an easy, basic bar, great for breakfasts and snacks on the go. It's easily changed depending on what's in your cupboards! Feel free to experiment and add other ingredients like coconut, almonds, or dried fruits. You can also substitute applesauce for the oil to cut calories and fat."
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I loved this recipe. They were fast and easy and used a lot of the abundant eggs that our lovely hens produce making them economical for our family as well. I used coconut oil instead of olive for fear of a funny taste. We eat these while night skiing and they are great to stick in pockets and take on the lift.
The recipe was so oily that a rim of bubbling oil formed around the pan. I know it's olive oil, but it's hard to say this recipe is "healthy" with so many fat calories. The texture is a bit odd too. Not crispy like you might expect bars to be, and the oatmeal stays firm inside an otherwise soft/eggy dough. Also, it was a lot of chocolate. I'd suggest using half the amount of chocolate and putting in some dried fruit to up the nutrition and cut the fat/calories/sweetness.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Chip Energy Bars
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 216
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