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|Calories200Calories from Fat100|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Hdtjbb 6 hours ago
Great! Loved it. Used up my oats that were lying around. Did not add the sugar! I added maple syrup as I didn’t have much honey. Added about 4 tbs spoons of honey only.
Heather E. 10 months ago
These are delicious! I omitted the walnuts and the coconut and added in whole flax seeds instead. They came iut a but crunchier than i would have thought but the toasting of the oats and nuts give them such great flavor! To me they taste like a mixture of carmel corn and a super delicious nutty granola! thanks 😊
Dejan Z. a year ago
works perfect tastes delicious best recipe
Kate J. a year ago
very delicious! made some modifications: added cinnamon, chia seeds and flaxseed great snack for anytime!
Cora Maughan 2 years ago
Very nice but only needed 12 - 15 minutes in the oven
Kim Chick 2 years ago
Very yummy and a satisfying treat!
Betty Jones 2 years ago
I added some cinnamon, ginger, and pumpkin spice with a pinch of Cayanne pepper and dried cranberries It is fantastic
Charlotte T. 3 years ago
I omitted the walnuts and used chopped almonds. I also lowered the sugar and added in some maple syrup. Really, really liked them!
Angela L. 3 years ago
Had no flavor and was a bit too dry for my taste. Probably wouldn't make it again.
Lesley Gardner 3 years ago
They taste great, and they're pretty easy to make with minimal mess. I think the "crisp" is more from the cereal, they're not crunchy granola bars, which is really what I'm after. This could be due to substitutions, as I used coconut oil instead of butter, and maple syrup instead of brown sugar. They're pretty sweet so I will probably omit the maple syrup next time.