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Loved it! I used a 9x9 pan and it was perfect for me. I got 16 bars out of it. Hubby and I ate them ALL that evening. They were so good and so much more healthy fast and filling than cookies. I added about 2 T of chia seeds. Totally going to do it again. I can't wait to add variations as the other reviewers have mention. These will be a great hit with the family!
This recipe is awesome! I followed the ingredients exactly as written however I put it into a slightly smaller pan which I'm glad I did. You don't really taste the peanut butter alot - as my PB hating daughter can attest. Will be adding this to my recipe book. Might try adding in some pumpkin seeds too.
I added a tsp of vanilla and a tbsp cinnamon. I thought that it made the peanut butter mixture so so yummy. However only 4 stars because I definitely didn't get 20 bars and the pan size was way too big.
I love this recipe for it's simplicity and adaptability! A quick no-cook healthy snack. The recipe is great as written but don't be shy about trying variations. I've found that it's easy to add mini chocolate chips or chopped dried fruit or nuts or whatever you like... by pressing those toppings into the mixture after you've spread it in the pan. It's fun to do half-and-half batches this way and in the case of chocolate this keeps it from melting too much. I don't mind eating these when they're soft but agree with other reviewers that keeping them in the fridge improves their texture. Yum!!!
Delicious! I added 1/3 cup coconut 1/4 tsp salt and 1/2 tsp vanilla extract. I also coated it with melted semi-sweet chocolate with some shredded coconut and a bit of butter mixed in. The recipe makes about 1/2 of what it says so either double it or use a smaller pan. Also give the flax seeds a quick run through the blender to break them up a bit so you can digest them.