Recipe by C ROBERTS
"Chocolate chip muesli bar slice"
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1 1/2 cups
semisweet chocolate chips
puffed rice cereal
I used raw, unprocessed honey and followed the recipe exactly. Came out perfect, no problem forming the bars. They were very good. Chocolate did melt, but nobody seemed to mind. Cut them into individual squares and put them in the freezer. They thaw quickly and taste fresh. The whole family enjoyed them.
I made this and we loved it, but MUESLI???
For my second batch I cut the puffed rice from 7 cups to 5, and put in a cup of diced dried apricot and a cup of raisins. It's still beautiful eating and I might move further into the healthy stuff next time.
This is an amazing recipe, everything about it the texture and the taste is great. I changed the chocolate pieces for raisins and added seeds and nuts, and it was fantastic as a fairly healthy snack, with no artificial flavours or anything.
Very tasty yet 4 stars cause I could not get it to form into a bar. I was out of honey, used sugar , maybe thats why. Thanks for a great recipe though!
These bars are tasty! I halved the recipe and it still worked out great. Next time I will try adding a little bit less honey as it was a bit overpowering to the peanut butter using the ratio in the recipe. I waited a bit before adding the chocolate chips, but as other reviewers, not long enough cause they still melted in. Still got the peanut butter / chocolate taste, but next time I'll try being a bit more patient.
Wonderful recipe, although I wouldn't go as far to eat it for breakfast (it's not quite that healthy), but definately an easy snack. My mother eats these like there is no tomorrow. Thanks for the recipe!!!
I liked this recipe but next time I'd modify it a bit more. It was too sweet and not peanut buttery enough. I would also add more nuts, dried fruit, and skip the chocolate (carob) chips. As it was I didn't have almond butter so I used 1.5 c peanut butter. I forgot the vanilla. I also added raisins as some people suggested and let the coating mixture cool a bit before adding it to the oats and rice so it wouldn't melt the carob chips. It was definitely easy and made a lot of bars.
I really liked these bars a lot and they're very easy to make. They were sweet, but the honey flavor wasn't overpowering as it is in some recipes. I thought the texture was great -- crispy and chewy, not soggy. The one thing I would consider changing is letting the hot ingredients cool a bit before adding to the dry ingredients because the chocolate chips melted -- the bars tasted chocolatey instead of like the peanut and almond butter. They would also probably be very good without any chocolate chips.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Muesli Bars II
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 106
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