Recipe by JOENAUJOKAS
"This is a power version of traditional crispy rice treats made with different nuts, coconut and cranberries."
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raw sunflower seeds
unsweetened flaked coconut
3 1/2 cups
crisp rice cereal
butter or margarine
These were great! It's a pretty foolproof recipe. I subbed in extra and different types of seeds and nuts and it was awesome. Thanks for the recipe.
These came out too sticky for me but had good flavor. I suggest toasting the sesame seeds seperate from the other nuts, because they are so small they sit at the bottom of the pan and are harder to keep from getting over-cooked.
These were soooo---good. I made them for Christmas. The only change made was that I used no sesame seeds and double the sunflower seed.
SOOOO good. These are just like the fruit cereal bars at Second Cup. Thanks for Sharing!!!
OMG! I absolutely loved this recipe! I seriously recommend trying this out! So yummy!
In looking at the reviews, this recipe has been around since 2006 with only a dozen reviews. I thought these bars were awesome. Easy to mix up, and the texture was just perfect. They're not too sticky and would be the perfect snack to have in the car for a road trip. The cranberries give you a little zing of tartness, and there's just a hint of the peanut butter flavor. I think the next time I'll use both cranberries and apricots, and maybe add a little more peanut butter. Nice recipe to "make your own" by varying the nuts and dried fruits. This one is going into my "Favorites" file. Thanks JOENAUJOKAS for sharing your recipe.
These bars are so good. My 9 year old daughter made them for a 4-H project for the county fair and won first place. We used salted sunflower seeds and not raw ones and added a few extra pecans. All of my kids liked them too.
I made these for my husband to take on a backpacking trip. Followed the recipe except to omit the coconut, which neither of us care for. They were good... kind of a glorified and slightly heartier Rice Krispie Square. Would make again for day hikes and camping trips as they travel and pack well.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cranberry Trail Bars
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 145
** Calories from Fat: 54
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