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They're sweet and chewy and kind of like a cross between a granola bar and a Rice Krispies treat! Granola bars are the ultimate wholesome on-the-go snack. Throw one in your purse, bag, briefcase, or lunch box, and you're ready for when those hunger pangs hit. You can cook Oatmeal’s granola bars using 13 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Oatmeal’s granola bars
- It’s 21/2 cup of old fashioned oatmeal.
- It’s 1/4 cup of sweetened flaked coconut.
- Prepare 2 tablespoon of brown sugar.
- It’s 1/4 cup of each.
- Prepare of Walnut.
- You need of Pecan.
- You need of Almonds.
- You need of Dried cherries or raisins or figs dried prunes or any dried fruit.
- You need of Mini chocolate chips or marshmallows.
- You need of Seeds peanuts or pumpkin or sunflowers.
- You need 1/3 cup of oil.
- Prepare 1/3 cup of honey.
- Prepare 1 teaspoon of vanilla.
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Oatmeal’s granola bars step by step
- Reheat the oven 325 f prepare 9×9 inc square pan lined with parchment paper and sprayed.
- Mix all the ingredients dry first then the wet mix all stirred up and put in the pan and press it down well hard with your hands.
- Bake for half hour and let it cool in the pan do not cut till it’s cold then cut it to bars enjoy 😉.
I'm happy to have a crunchy version to alternate with my aforementioned. Old-fashioned oats or quick-cooking oats will work here (steel-cut oats will not). Old-fashioned oats lend a more chewy, "rustic" texture. Quick-cooking oats disappear more into the bars. If desired, you can briefly blitz old-fashioned oats in the food processor to achieve the texture of quick-cooking oats.