- 1 cup natural peanut butter (or 1-1/2 cups natural almond butter)
- 3/4 cup honey
- 4 cups granola (pre-made dark chocolate almond, or your favorite pre-made granola flavor)
- 1 cup old fashioned oatmeal
- 3/4 cup dark chocolate chips (divided)
|Calories250Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Vicky M. a month ago
Great flavor. Easy to do. Added cocoa flax for a more chocolatey flavor. They did not last long enough.
yes Orr a month ago
awesome it was yummy i will be making this again
Justin Garcia 3 months ago
They didn’t stick together very well so I turned them into granola balls.
Darla 3 months ago
great, so fast and easy. very good 👍
Tiffany Ice-Hanson 4 months ago
Quick and easy to make. The taste and texture is perfect and the kids love them too!
Brill 5 months ago
I would definitely make these again. very easy and yummy
Sophie Freedman 9 months ago
My kids loved these and so did my husband we had them before bed it help us full asleep......
Christine W. 9 months ago
Great! My kids love these granola bars and they are easy to make
Thierry Thierry 10 months ago
this was impossible to cut and veey sweet
Melisa 10 months ago
Great! Everyone loved them
Kasey 10 months ago
Really easy & delicious. There are 17g of sugar in one bar though so just know that is about 1/2 the sugar in a coke. There is a reason these are so good!
Cook123 10 months ago
Turned out great. Didn’t do it exactly as recipe said, but it’s really adjustable. Used rolled oats for the granola, added chia seeds, flax seeds, and no chocolate chips
Yeadon a year ago
These came out great! They were very quick and easy. Plain granola was fine plus cutting back the honey to 1/2 and the same for the chocolate bits.
Sarah :. a year ago
After reading the reviews I decided to add an additional cup and a half of peanut butter and threw it in the freezer, so it would stay together. Also in place of the cup of oatmeal the recipe calls for I used 1 cup of granola for extra crunch. Overall this is a great recipe and I will definitely be making it again!
Riya Grewal a year ago
Not crunchy but tasted amazing
KatieRussell a year ago
It wasn't sticking at first, so I added a bit more honey. But they turned out very well and won't last long in our house!!
Kaitlyn Ferguson a year ago
these are so yummy, and everyone i made them for thinks the same
Harmes a year ago
Pretty good yes I would make it gain
Ravi Kowlessur a year ago
replaced oats and chocolate chips with protein powder. it's soooo delicious 😍
marlena a year ago
I make them all the time they are great!
Angela M. a year ago
Amazing, kids LOVED it!!
Gloria a year ago
It was sweet. My kids love them. But it need to stay in the fridge longer to harden up to cut them.
Jen a year ago
Awesome and my kids loved it
Lucas Kohorst a year ago
Incredible. Used 1/3 cup honey and 2/3 cup make syrup instead of all honey.
Walt a year ago
turned out great, i toasted my oats on one batch just because. they are great as a midday snack.
Barb a year ago
These a delicious! Easy to make and a perfect snack.
Kathi Pláteníková a year ago
It was delicious and i will make it again 🙏🏼👌🏼 perfect snack for school or work
Eli a year ago
They are awesome! The flavor is good and so easy. I only wish they were a little harder but they ooey gooey delicious!
Kermode a year ago
Was fantastic, Will be sure to make these again
Susie Davis a year ago
ive made these multiple times. my sister loves them with chocolate ganola mixed with acup of honey granola. ive made them with honey and almond granola and dried fruits. That requires some regular peanut butter so they hold together better.. youve got to really press hard in pan to mold them. they are absolutely delicious!