Ingredients30 m servings 109 cals
- Melt peanut butter and honey together in a saucepan over medium heat. Dissolve brown sugar into the peanut butter mixture; bring to a simmer for 2 minutes.
- Mix granola, oats, rice cereal, chocolate chips, and fruit together in a large bowl; pour peanut butter mixture over the granola mixture and fold to coat.
- Grease a cake pan. Pour the granola mixture into the prepared pan and press into a flat layer. Cool at room temperature until set, about 15 minutes before cutting into bars.
Per Serving: 109 calories; 3.9 g fat; 18 g carbohydrates; 2.2 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 16 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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I've tried a number of granola bar recipes on this site, and hands down, this is my favorite. Moist, chewy, and just loaded with flavor. Followed the recipe to the letter and wouldn't change a...
These are so good and easy to make! I was disappointed that my chocolate chips melted when I poured the hot honey peanut butter mixture over it, but it still tasted so good that it didn't really...
I knew if I kept looking I would finally find a recipe that suits me! I substituted Stevia for brown sugar.
Totally stuffed this recipe, because I didn't read the recipe I just added all the ingredients together and didn't melt the liquids first. Also I didn't have granola so I added extra oats and ri...
Like making healthy rice crispy treats. I used a cup of trail mix instead of the fruit and chocolate. I also added more dried fruit and chocolate chips. Note: keep chocolate in the freezer to ...
We love this recipe. I've tried it twice now. The first time I followed the recipe. The next time I added wheat bran to add fiber. Loved it both times. Great recipe. Putting it in my recip...
I used homemade granola and added Craisins. Used Rice Krispies instead of puffed rice. Added chocolate chips after stirring other ingredients in to minimize melting. Next time I will just spr...
Simple but very good. I added abouy a handful more of chocolate chips. Be careful if you adjust the amounts of ingrediants: too much rice cereal can make the texture gross.