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|Calories230Calories from Fat110|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat110|
|% 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.
Andrea Hermanson 6 days ago
Pretty yummy!! added some chocolate chips and coconut flakes and they were delicious. thanks for the recipe.
Andrea R Berges 2 months ago
I went with Yule's idea and added more seed types, apricot peices and almond slivers. I had to use a full cup of natural peanut butter. I also added a half cup of agave and a little bit of raw honey. I also pressed and refrigerated, and did not bake. Needs a bit more honey to hold together, but very tasty.
Stephanie Brooke 7 months ago
They were pretty good I used crunchy peanut butter instead of separate peanuts and peanut butter and I think that helped it stick together better still a bit crumbly but not bad at all I’m using this a base recipe for more
Yule a year ago
I got carried away with adding coconut, cocao nibs, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and chia seeds. I added quite a bit more raw honey and peanut butter to make them stick together, but that was my fault. I didn't cook them. just pressed them in a pan and refrigerated them. I think they are awesome! So easy and so tasty!
Lauren a year ago
Good base to build on.
kb a year ago
Good I would make it again
Celeste F. 2 years ago
Flavor was great but the bars crumbled after they cooled. This is more of a recipe for granola than bars