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Oat Bars

Rated as 3.23 out of 5 Stars

"These don't use too much sweetener, and it is reasonably healthy. It's good for the sugar and health conscious."
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Ingredients

servings 162
Original recipe yields 16 servings (16 bars)

Directions

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  1. Mix the flour, oats, and wheat germ together. In a separate bowl, blend the eggs, oil, and honey together. Alternately, blend the dry ingredients and the orange juice (and vanilla) in with the other ingredients.
  2. Put in a greased or non-stick 8 inch square pan and put in an oven preheated at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for approximately 40 minutes. NOTE: bars will be slightly heavy.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 162 calories; 6.4 23 4.5 12 7 Full nutrition

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WARNING: Norana's recipe is a great basis on which to personalize these bars. If you make the basic recipe, you are not going to get the granola bars you are used to in the store. The basic r...

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These bars were very bland and heavy, but I made them better by spreading natural peanut butter and honey on top whenever I wanted a quick snack. Also, they taste better after being in the frid...

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WARNING: Norana's recipe is a great basis on which to personalize these bars. If you make the basic recipe, you are not going to get the granola bars you are used to in the store. The basic r...

These are good for a healthy bar. My intent was to feed these to my toddler, but he wasn't interested. I think they were too hard and too bland for him. The second batch I added 1/2 cup of ap...

I rather liked these bars. I used scottish oatmeal (which is just more finely ground), and they are indeed quite dense, but still good. With a little butter on top if you are feeling non-healt...

These bars were very bland and heavy, but I made them better by spreading natural peanut butter and honey on top whenever I wanted a quick snack. Also, they taste better after being in the frid...

I'm sorry, but these are really bad. I couldn't get anyone to eat them. They aren't sweet, they're too orange-y (and somehow still bland), and they're as dense stale fruitcake.

This recipe was somewhat what I expected. I added trailmix to it, but it was still bland. It tastes best with yogurt and fruit or with apple butter or peanut butter on top.

These are the best. Way better than the oat bars that are sold in the stores.

These were very bland and heavy. I will try with the applesauce next time, and mayge some salt, but my tast testers (kids, husband and myself) didn't enjoy them as is.

These were very bland. I will add a little orange zest next time to try and give it some more flavor.