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I made these gluten-free with coconut flour instead of all-purpose and messed up the recipe halfway through and they STILL turned out delicious. I substituted dried blueberries for the cherries and left out the shredded coconut since these were for a work function and I know a lot of people don't like the texture. I got a huge number of compliments from a lot of coworkers even ones who AREN'T vegan or gluten-intolerant.:)
These turned out delicious! I also substituted cranberries for the cherries since I bought them in bulk and they were cheaper. I used honey because I want to go vegan but wanted to use up the honey that I had left.
These are delish! I used maple syrup for sweetener and omitted the brown sugar otherwise followed the recipe. Definitely better than store bought bars. Also easy peasy - which is a major selling point of any recipe as far as I am concerned.
I subbed honey for agave and dried figs for cherries. They're so easy to make taste just right for us (because we like low sugar desserts) and are so healthy that you practically feel the halo growing round your head as you eat!! I can't wait to try it out with different nuts/ dry fruit combinations!!
I will defiantly be making this again! This is the second time I have made these and they are incredible. HIGHLY suggest. The second time I made them I doubled the recipe and removed the coconut for a better result. ( I just don't like coconut. ) thanks for the recipient!
I used whole wheat flour and honey but otherwise followed the recipe as shown. The only thing I could smell when this came out of the oven was the flour. I was hopeful they would still taste ok but nope dry and muted flavor that tasted of flour. Thankfully my husband works with guys who will pretty much eat anything otherwise these would have gone in the trash. I have been making a lot of different granola bar recipes lately and this goes in the do not make again pile.
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