Ready in 1 hour 15 minutes
THESE ARE EASY TO PREPARE AND YOU CAN MEND THEM TO YOUR FAVORITE INGREDIENTS
LINE AN 8 INCH BAKING PAN WITH PLASTIC WRAP, MAKING SURE THERE IS ENOUGH TO FOLD OVER AND COVER PAN.
STIR TOGERTHER THE FIRST 7 INGREDIENTS IN A MEDIUM BOWL.
IN A SMALL SAUCEPAN, HEAT THE HONEY OVER MEDIUM HEAT UNTIL COLOR BEGINS TO DEEPEN OR BUBBLES START TO APPEAR, ABOUT 4-5 MINUTES. STIR IN PEANUT BUTTER.
POUR OVER OAT MIXTURE, QUICKLY STIR UNTIL WELL BLENDED ( YOU MAY NEED TO USE YOUR HANDS TO MIX COMPLETELY).
TURN INTO PREPARED PAN AND FOLD PLASTIC OVER, PRESS FIRMLY ALL INGREDIENTS UNTIL FLAT AND FIRM.
REFRIGERATE FOR AT LEAST 1 HOUR.
LIFT THE MIXTURE OUT OF PAN, REMOVE PLASTIC WRAP, CUT INTO PIECES.
WRAP INDIVIDUALLY FOR EASY PACKING.
FOR A LESS HEALTHY VERSION YOU CAN MAKE THIS WITH CHOCOLATE CHIPS, MINI MARSHMALLOWS, M&M'S, ETC....
CherieBonine 1y agoAmazing! I added dried cherries, almonds, sunflower seeds and used almond extract. I've made this recipe 3 times and my kids and husband just gobble it up.
bikebroker80 1y agoI've been making these bars for almost a year now and can't get enough! They're so simple to make and delicious. I have given the recipe out countless times, once someone tries them they want to know how to make them. Experiment with the added fruits and other ingredients, keeps them interesting
Serahhaggerty 5y agoGood recipe, doubled the honey and peanut butter, and mixed individual bars in sandwich bags (easier for small hands and great for storage!) and also added 1/2 spelt flakes and 1/2 oats. Kids love them.
Lisak402 5y agoEasy, kids made this as an after school snack