Yummy, chewy, some ingredients are actually good for you. The nuts and the oats I believe make a complete protein."Just made this again...a couple of suggestions; You can omit the melted chocolate and butterscotch chip topping. If you do spead the topping, consider cutting the pan into smaller bars equal in size. Make sandwiches, one bar on top of another, chocolate to chocolate. Much easier to handle." - Sherri
Yield: 24 Ready in 45 minutes
favorite of 56 people 39 people want to try
|3 cupsRolled oats|
|3 cupsRice Crispies; or Corn Flakes Cereal|
|4 Cups Total of:|
|One Cup of:|
|M & Ms|
|1 16-oz packageMarshmellows; mini|
|1/2 cupPeanut butter|
|1 cupChocolate chips|
|1 cupButterscotch chips|
Granola Bars Preparation
This is a no-bake recipe. Combine in large bowl the oats, Rice Crispies or Corn Flakes, the 4 cups of items listed, the one cup of items listed, and the cinnamon and mix them all together. Melt 3/4 C butter, 1 16oz. pkg of marshmellow, and the 1/2 C peanut butter in a large saucepan. When melted, pour the wet ingredients over the dry ingredients and combine.
Press into a jelly roll pan or a large cookie sheet with shallow sides.
A 17" x 11" pan is about right. You may want to butter your hand or use buttered wax paper to press this into the pan as it will be sticky. Now, in a different saucepan, melt the last 3 ingredients...1/2 T. butter, 1 C. chocolate chips, and the Cup of butterscotch chips. When melted, pour over the bars. Cool completely and cut into bars. Yum. Yum. Yum.
A wonderful no-bake snack that I highly recommend. Delicious and nutritious, pefect for when the kids come home from school.
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