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Directions: 1. In a medium saucepan combine; peanut butter, honey, vanilla, salt, and sugar and bring to a boil. 2. Reduce heat to low and cook for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Set aside.

3. In a large bowl, combine all other ingredients except for the chocolate chips (save the best for last). 4. Line 13 x 9 x 2 baking dish with nonstick parchment paper. Place rolled oats and walnuts in a food processor and pulse until it forms a coarse crumble.

Two kinds of cereal, sunflower seeds, raisins, and chocolate chips are sweetened with honey and peanut butter and cut into bars in this easy no-bake recipe. Grab a bar for breakfast on the go or a quick and easy snack. Chewy Trail Mix Granola Bars are perfect for lunchboxes, trips to the park, long car rides, or to power the kids (and yourself) through busy days.

These healthy gluten free snacks have dried fruit, whole grains, seeds, and even a little chocolate for good measure. But this easy recipe is also nut free and dairy free, making it an allergy-friendly treat to pack!Trail Mix Cereal Bars. 2½ cups crispy rice cereal. ½ cup honey (can sub maple syrup, agave nectar or brown rice syrup) ¼ cup unsweetened, lightly salted sunflower seed butter *. 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract.

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon. ¼ teaspoon fine sea salt. Line an 8x8″ baking pan with wax paper (or parchment paper), enough so the paper overhangs the edges of the baking pan. This makes removing the bars a lot easier. Add oats, almonds, pistachios, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, flax seeds, dried cherries and dried blueberries to a large mixing bowl. Toss to combine.

Sweet, salty, chewy, and dense, these Trail Mix Protein Granola Bars make a super healthy, filling, and portable snack! They’re gluten free and vegan, and can easily be made nut free if needed. Good morning, good morning from somewhere in the middle of the Pacific ocean!Melt peanut butter and honey together in the microwave, stirring every 15 seconds. Add oats, almonds, peanuts, and raisins into the bowl and mix until well coated.

Let the mixture cool to room temperature. Add chocolate candies and mix just until combined. SCROLL FOR MORE CONTENT.

In a medium pan over medium heat or in a microwave-safe bowl, melt the peanut butter, honey, and coconut oil together. Stir to combine, then pour over the dry ingredients. Add the chocolate chips, then stir to combine everything. Transfer mixture to prepared pan. Sweet, salty, chewy, and crisp, these no-bake trail mix granola bars are sure to satisfy any craving!

Gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan, they’re a healthy snack that anyone can enjoy! This post is for my fellow snack addicts.

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Nutrition Facts Serving Size 1 bar(2 oz.) (57g) Looking for a convenient snack that can give you an energy boost during your bike ride or day of cross-country skiing?

“Nutrition: Science and Applications” by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
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Clif Mojo and Nectar, Epic, Good Greens, Gnu, Honey Stinger Waffle, Kashi, KIND, Larabar, Optimum, Peak Energy, Perfect 10, PowerBar Nut Naturals, ProBar, Pure, Raw Revolution, Red Square Powerflax, RX, thinkThin, Trail Mix Honey-bar, Zing

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Nutrition Bars are available in two flavors—wild berry (with 8 grams of protein) and peanut crunch (with 12 grams of protein).

“Mother Daughter Wisdom” by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
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They are also added to candy bars and trail mixes.

“History of the Soyfoods Movement Worldwide (1960s-2019): Extensively Annotated Bibliography and Sourcebook” by William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
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Chocolate-Dipped Marshmallows PER SERVING: 57 calories | 2g fat (1g saturated fat) | 0mg cholesterol | 6mg sodium | 1g protein |9g carbohydrates |0g fiber.

“Dinner Made Simple: 35 Everyday Ingredients, 350 Easy Recipes” by The Editors of Real Simple
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• Baked bars — This type of bar could be a baked granola bar or a product similar to the Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain® line.

“Soy Applications in Food” by Mian N. Riaz
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Six years later, stimulated by the need to provide an alternative to the sticky nature of the PowerBar, a competitor developed a product with superior taste and texture and branded it the Clif Bar.

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The fat content of these chewy bars can be as high as 24%.

“Food Packaging: Principles and Practice” by Gordon L. Robertson
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Herrick Foods Company wishes to introduce packaged trail mix as a new product.

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Create your own combinations with dips and trail mix.

“Eating Clean For Dummies” by Jonathan Wright, Linda Larsen
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  • Hope you guys enjoyed this video! Give this video a THUMBS UP and let me know your thoughts down below ����If you make these bars, don’t forget to take a picture of them and tag me on instagram! �� Thank you all so much for you love and support ❤️

  • i tried this and the thing got stuck to the container i was using and after a billion tries of getting it out the container it broke so we had to throw the whole thing away ��

  • I know it’s being more than a year since you have posted this video yet i really wanna try your recipe
    I could only find salty puffedd rice, would it be okay to use? Are the one you used are salty?

  • I’m realizing it’s 3 am and I’ve been watching tasty since 5 pm

    (Edit): Update• there’s no escaping. Leave before you get sucked into the vortex. My eyes want to close but tasty somehow is just gluing them open. Plz help me.

  • Any one have an idea for what I could use as orange is I was to make Jaffa cake ones? I don’t like jam and can’t seem to find dried orange bits in any shops (if that’s even a thing��)

  • This recipe is outstanding, I made these for my husband to take to work, we keep ours in the freezer and pull out when ready to eat. I did not do the pb&j one just the original, so tasty, satisfying and easy to make. Keep those recipes coming. Trying your donuts tomorrow.

  • Maddie…I made this tonight and I tried a piece OMG..this are so amazing! I made your sweet potato burger and we all went bananas over it! So good.

  • I just Made them it’s great and easy! If I want to put nuts in it, do I add than with the almonds? And do I keep the bars in the fridge?

  • Tasty, you should get the little check mark next to your name, I know a lot of people pretending to be YouTubers, get the check so people know it’s you!

  • I guess if I just leave out the granola for the fruit ones, I can make something similar to these fruit bars I had called Orchard Bars that had strawberries,raspberries, and walnuts.
    They were so good but seem to be hard to find in stores so I guess I’ll be looking for recipes to make them myself.

  • recipe is great but how do you prevent the parchment paper from sticking to the granola bars? I don’t want to eat the paper every time:(

  • I added the unsalted butter like your website has in the ingredients and they came out gross and tasting like pure lard. I should of just used normal butter.

  • Can I use this as an sculpting for a cake? As people use RKT or LCM bar but there is gelatine in that. I am looking some eggless and lighter weight for sculpting

  • I am going to try one of these today, they look great! My only advice would be to stop flipping your hair over the food! lol Anyway, you guys look very healthy and I am an older lady trying to stay healthy, too.

  • i just want to say that this is by far the BEST granola bar recipe everrr.�� ive made this recipe so made times (in fact i just made some right now lol) and it’s one of the recipes i actually make A LOT.. thank you maddie!!!!!!!����

  • This recipe is great, a perfect afternoon snack, thanks for posting it! I was looking for a recipe with medjool dates to use instead of sugar. I made only one kind, peanut butter and chocolate chips, and added cashews and chia seeds. So. Darn. Good! ��