Breakfast Bars

"'I like to stash these satisfying squares in the freezer,' writes Candace Jenks. 'When I need a quick breakfast or anytime snack, I simply microwave the not-too-sweet bars until they're thawed,' says the Minot, North Dakota cook."
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40 m servings
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  1. In a mixing bowl, cream the butter and brown sugar. Combine oats, flours and wheat germ; gradually add to creamed mixture. Press into a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking pan. In a small bowl, beat eggs until foamy. Stir in pecans, coconut and chocolate chips. Spread evenly over crust.
  2. Bake at 350 degrees F for 30-35 minutes or until edges are golden brown. Cool on a wire rack. Cut into bars. Store in the refrigerator.

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To me, this was more like a 7-layer/magic cookie bar only not as sweet and a tad bit healthier with the whole wheat flour and wheat germ. They were wonderful right out of the oven and also good...

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Bars tasted too 'healthy' to be a treat, (overwhelming wheat flavor), with too much sugar and butter to be a healthy snack. Perhaps it was the toasted wheat germ that was so overpowering. I ma...

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Bars tasted too 'healthy' to be a treat, (overwhelming wheat flavor), with too much sugar and butter to be a healthy snack. Perhaps it was the toasted wheat germ that was so overpowering. I ma...

To me, this was more like a 7-layer/magic cookie bar only not as sweet and a tad bit healthier with the whole wheat flour and wheat germ. They were wonderful right out of the oven and also good...

Great cookie bar recipe! (I won't be eating this for breakfast, except maybe on holidays.) :) I didn't have quite enough of each ingredient so made these subs: In place of 1 c butter, used...

I changed a few ingredients to use what I had on hand--almonds & walnuts instead of pecans, mix of white & semi morsel chips, and addition of dried cranberries. I also added an extra egg. My ki...

I have made these many times and love them! I like to freeze them and then eat cold with something warm to drink. I prefer walnuts instead of the pecans and mini chocolate chips.

I made 1/4th of the recipe to try it out. Used 1/4 c of everything thru the wheat flour, 1/8 cup of flax, didn't have wheat germ, think it would have tasted really really wheaty with that, but ...

Very yummy but the bottom was crumbly which made it messy to eat. I substituted ground flax for the wheat germ and it still was very good.

I wanted to make some snacks to put in the freezer and tried this one. They are YUMMY! I somehow managed to forget to put the oats in, and used almonds instead as a personal preference. I tri...

These are absolutely amazing! They are definitely sweet but totally delicious, definitely worth a try :-) Thank you for sharing!

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