Grab n' Go Granola Bars

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Hi! My husband and twin boys love the grab and go granola bars. I was wondering if you had the nutritional information listed somewhere? I didn't see it in the book- which by the way I have absolutely loved using! Thanks for your help Kathy

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Hi Kathy,

Thanks so much for the great feedback (pardon the pun : )

The grab n' go granola bars have been a big hit with men and boys in particular since they're loaded with oats, which are renowned for their high energy (secret: farmers feed them to draft horses when they're going to work them all day ; )

The nutritional info that I have so far is on the free recipes page of the website. I'm adding more all the time, so stay tuned. I'll make the grab n' go granola bars a priority with my nutritional folks.

Keep up the great work!

Missy

hi i tried the granola bars today and the kids loved them! only problem is they were not firm enough and crumbled badly when i placed them in plastic bags. so i've renamed them "granola crumbles". how can i make them firmer so they hold their shape in a lunch bag? should i have baked them longer?

GRANOLA BAR FIX:

For any of you having issues with the granola bars not holding together, try the simple fix I've posted on the Free Recipes pages of the site at:

http://www.thesneakychef.com/free_recipe_granola_bar.php

Enjoy!

Missy

Thank you so much for posting this fix! I can't wait to try it today!

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