Recipe by cookingmama
"These are versatile chewy granola bars. You can add or omit as your allergies dictate. I enjoy raisins and sesame seeds, with less chocolate chips. These are not overly sweet. I buy roasted almonds with no salt and chop them in the food processor. My cashews are usually roasted and salted. It can be made with raw nuts. You could use almond or soy butter if allergic to peanuts."
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natural peanut butter
gluten-free chocolate chips, divided
crispy rice cereal
flax seed meal
So yummy! To make these a little healthier, I subbed agave nectar for the corn syrup and brown rice cereal instead of regular rice cereal... Will be making these again!
Gor to admit, I was really disappointed. Was looking for something for school lunches, but with all of the peanut butter and almonds and cashew, this definitely isn't it. :(
Delicious but be sure to carefully read the ingredients on the crispy rice cereal. "Malt" refers to barley malt and that means it is NOT gluten-free. Kellogs Rice Crispies are NOT gluten free. Rice Chex are. Beware if you are very sensitive or celiac.
Well, I didn't have any corn syrup so I had to improvise and it turned out amazing! I will make this again. Instead of corn syrup I used 1/2 cup of honey and 1/2 cup of aunt jemima syrup (haha). I used cappuccino chips because I just wanted a different flavour. Otherwise I did everything the same and YUM!! I also pressed it into a pan lined with wax paper to make them come out nicer. I also found that in order to get 36 bars you really have to cut these small (less than an inch to get 12 across the pan - not what the picture would suggest). Not really realistic for anyone to eat them that small but it doesn't really matter. But if you are making this for a group you might over estimate what you have that's all. Because I had used honey and syrup they came out a little soft but I think they are better that way anyway they don't even taste like a granola bar.
These are delicious! Recently going gluten-free, we were missing our fiber bars. I have made these several times and they always disappear quickly! We like them best with cranberries added. Thanks for the great recipe!
This recipe is versatile enough that you can add or subtract ingredients to please any picky eater! I used chopped walnuts and cashews instead of the almonds. I also used semi-sweet chocolate instead of milk chocolate chips for my son, who has a dairy allergy. I added dried cranberries and some shredded coconut. This recipe is perfect, the options are limitless! My new favorite snack!
THis is exactly what I was looking for! I used almonds and pecans, added dried cranberries and blueberries and skipped the flax. This was so great and easy I will continue to make it! Thank you!
These are REALLY good, not too sweet. I use chopped peanuts instead of cashews just because it is what I always have on hand. Great snack for GFCF kids and adults, and really quick and easy to prepare!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Gluten-Free Granola Bars
Serving Size: 1/36 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 36
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 58
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