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2 cups (160 grams) uncooked rolled oats, divided (certified gluten-free if necessary) 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 teaspoons cinnamon 2 medium (260 grams) ripe bananas, mashed (about 1 cup) 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 2 tablespoons honey, divided. Instructions Preheat the oven to 375°F (190°C) and line an 8″x8″ (22cmx22cm) baking pan with parchment paper. In a large bowl, mix together dry ingredients rolled oats, flour, lemon zest, baking powder, and salt. In the separate bowl, mash banana with.

Ingredients 2 cups old-fashioned rolled oats 1/2 cup flour* 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 1/4 cup mashed bananas (from 3 medium, very ripe bananas. These blueberry banana oat bars are soft and fruity. Let them cool completely before cutting into bars, or else they may fall apart a bit. Store at room temperature, or freeze for later.

Try my blueberry chia seed muffins for another delicious, fruity snack. These Blueberry Banana Oat Bars are a cross between oatmeal and a muffin. They are highly portable and completely make ahead, ideal for a grab-and-go healthy breakfast. Firstly, mash your overripe bananas in a large bowl. Then stir in the brown sugar and egg.

In a large bowl, beat together the mashed banana, coconut oil, honey, egg, and vanilla. In a separate bowl, whisk together the oats, flour, cinnamon, and salt. Blend the oat mixture into the banana mixture and stir until well-combined.

Scrape the batter into prepared baking. Ingredients 2 1/4 cups old-fashioned rolled oats 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup ripe mashed bananas (about 2 large bananas or 3 medium bananas) 3/4 cup milk* 1/4 cup honey 1 large egg 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup fresh or. How to make peanut butter, oat, and banana energy bars They are so easy to make. Just mix some the ingredients with a mixer (I use my KitchenAid mixer), spread in a baking dish, and bake.

First, mix mashed banana, oats, peanut butter, sliced almonds, and some honey (and vanilla extract and cinnamon for extra credit) with a standing or hand mixer. Ingredients 1 ⅓ cups rolled oats ⅓ cup coarsely chopped dried figs ¼ cup coarsely chopped almonds ¼ cup sunflower seeds 1 cup mashed ripe bananas ⅓ cup. These Blueberry Oatmeal Bars are wise teachers in the beauty of simplicity in cooking and baking.

I am often tempted by the idea that the more ingredients I add to a recipe, the better the dish will taste. These easy blueberry oatmeal bars prove me wrong with every bite. They couldn’t be easier to make, I’d wager you have all the ingredients you need to make them in your pantry right now.

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Quick oats will work in this recipe, but the bars will be less chewy and flavorful.

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Perfect for stashing in lunch boxes and gym bags, these bars are made with wheat bran, oat bran, and 100% fig filling!

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: While we think of oats mostly as part of a wholesome breakfast, oat berries—whole oats that have been hulled and cleaned—have great flavor and a satisfying chew.

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In a small bowl, combine a single-serve container of nonfat (0%) vanilla Greek yogurt with 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1/2 cup sliced banana, and 2 tablespoons each rolled oats and unsalted raw or dry-roasted walnuts, chopped.

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Oat berries may also be labeled oat groats.

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Look for a simply flavored oat-and-nut-based granola; avoid granola with dried fruit.

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You’ll need to pack the ingredients firmly into the pan; otherwise, the bars will fall apart (but the crumbs are tasty—especially in yogurt or sprinkled on top of your morning bowl of cereal).

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Eat them by the handful, toss them onto cereal or oatmeal, fold them into muffins, or mix them together for an all-berry fruit salad.

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Make the crumbly topping and crumble it over the fruit: 6 tablespoons margarine, 1 cup sugar, 2 teaspoon vanilla, 1/2 cup flour, 1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats, and 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon.

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In a bowl, use a spatula to mix together the butter, vanilla extract, liquid sweetener, flour, oat fiber, sweetener, pecans, and cinnamon.

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  • Amazing receipe.. I love granola bars but the one available in the market are too sweet and I am diabetic. This one is the perfect receipe, my family also loved it. Thanks for this awesome receipe

  • I think Apple sauce will replace the banana �� I’m allergic to bananas.. You make me happy I cannot have the ones with nuts but I’m ok with berries Thank you ��❤️

  • Late with a question: Can I make these the day before and the bars still taste good? If I do, would you recommend refrigerating them?

  • Thanks for another great recipe and video. How long would they last if they were refrigerated after cutting them into squares? Or do you have a way to keep them longer?

  • I followed the recipe exactly but mine weren’t dark and a cup of the crumb over top wasn’t enough. I love your recipe ideas but this one was a fail for me.

  • One of the things I love about this recipe is how easy it is AND that all the ingredients are things we always have at our house. That’s the perfect combo for a family of four with two kids who have friends over unannounced. lol Thank you!

  • hii! I reallyy love all of your recipes! Thank you for sharing these amazing recipes! Can you please tell me if I can use white granulated sugar instead of brown sugar? and are rolled oats and normal oats same??

  • Great video! I made these bars today and wow! are they ever good. I used a mix of 2/3 frozen cherries to 1/3 frozen blueberries (thawed, of course) and the bars turned out delicious. I’m amazed how solid and stable the fruit mixture is after it’s baked. My husband has been sneaking them all afternoon (we had them for a late breakfast w/ coffee). Yum! Thanks so much for the recipe.

  • Tried the recipe. It came out soggy. It was not Strawberry Oat Crumble Bar. It was Strawberry Oat Crumble Mush. Thanks for the recipe.

  • i have a question pls answer. can we use diced mango instead of strawberries. they are in season in india. it wont affect the texture, right?

  • Lady….
    You are the best
    I am not just talking about this recipe, I am talking about ALL of your recipes that I’ve tried (and I’ve tried more than a dozen!!)
    and they just came together perfectly, every single one!
    you are my coocking guru!!! I simply love you…

  • Made this today and holy moly, SO good! I used frozen blueberries and strawberries. I defrosted in the microwave then blended according to the recipe. Cook time was perfect and this is preschool/toddler approved as my 4yo ate half a square and actually finished it!

  • Love your videos. Heard about you from Krocks in the Kitchen. Don’t know if you have made that whip cream from the chic pea juice video yet. Can’t wait to see that one. My husband and I just started this plant based way of eating. Thank you. ������

  • I make these and my husband likes for me to drizzle peanut butter on top of the berry one and I make a peach one and he likes yogurt on top of it So delicious. You can make this a million different ways <3

  • Home cooking adventure ��
    I am watching your videos every day ��
    yesterday i am baked this yummy and healthy ��
    you are the not replied comments because you are busy working hehe and 3 childs��
    and your family is so hardworking youtube recipe videos☺�� i love you home cooking adventure��❤����
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  • I’m really excited, I got a bunch of strawberries today and decided to make this. It’s in the oven now. My husband isn’t a huge fan of flapjack (whereas I love it) so I’m really really curious to see what he thinks of this since it’s not quite a flapjack and it’s bursting with those strawberries. I think this could win him over and give us a recipe we both like! Can’t wait to taste this!!

  • Pretty much any recipe that you use banana in you could also use Pawpaw If you’re not familiar with that plant-based Gabriel has a great video on Poppaw’s Sorry for the two different spellings I’m using speech to text

  • These look so much easier and cheaper than the one going around that need two jars of jam. Thank you!!! I can’t wait to try and my family will go nuts.

  • Firstly I wanna say Hi! I just want to say that your style is amazing. I mean videos style because you’re not talking while you’re cooking so it doesn’t make us feel bored. You show us how we cook and that’s all. Other cooks are talking about 30 minute for easy recipes and it makes me feel too bored. Thanks for that. And I tried your all maybe we can’t say all but I tried lots of recipes belong to you recipes are totally a-ma-zing!! Keep on it! By the way your intre is cool;)xx

  • I really wanted to make this but im gonna have to buy a scale to make this �� because i live in US. I dont understand WHY America feels the need to have their OWN measuring system that nobody else in the world uses and one that doesnt even make any sense ������‍♀️

  • I noticed the measurements in your video are in grams, but I have measuring cups and no scale to weigh so I don’t know how many cups worth of oats I need

  • I just did this for breakfast and it‘s in the oven now �� I added cinnamon, salt and vanilla extract to the oat mixture and for the fruit I used raspberries. The kitchen smells heavenly! I love your channel so much, you make wfpb look so good and easy. I rlly don‘t miss vegan junkfood that much ��

  • I made these with blueberries, instead of date syrup, I just blended dates into the filling-used lemon juice instead of nut milk. Alsomade them in a silicone muffin tin, so they look like fancy little cakes! Great recipe. Thanks!

  • Just made those with american blueberries and red currant. I forgot to add the sugar to the fruit and I’m glad I forgot it. It is delicious!

  • I made this recipe this morning with blueberries and added about a 1/4 cup ground flax to the oatmeal to get in my daily flax. Two thumbs up! I think this will become a breakfast staple around here.

  • I made this last night with a bag of frozen mixed berries which I had defrosted all day. It was very runny after 45 minutes so I had to bake it longer in the oven (electric, not gas). The bottom came out quite hard and the fruit is still very soft, not like bars. I love your recipes and channel, you are such a nice positive person, it’s delightful to watch you! I am wondering what went wrong.

  • I’m making them right now. Already made the first batch of blueberries and peaches, it’s in the refrigerator cooling as my second batch of strawberries, pineapples and lemon zest is in the oven baking! Can’t wait to eat them!!!

  • I made this today. It tasted like banana bread with berries on top. I like how it set up though, and appreciate the recipes but I’ll be trying to tweak this one. Certainly less banana, maybe add soaked dates, walnuts, and coconut flakes. Certainly want to lose the banana bread taste.

  • Question….. I cooled and fridged them…. took them out and bagged them… I put half in the fridge and half in the freezer….has anyone else put them in the freezer before? do they do well?

  • Made this with gluten free flour delicious! Lemon zest brightens the flavor of strawberries. Thanks for sharing this great recipe.

  • Just tried this recipe with some modifications: added more strawberries, less sugar and butter. Turned out amaziiiinggg but a bit moist�� (more strawberries with the same amount of starch)

  • I made these Crumble bars and followed the recipy precisely and I have to tell you, ADD SUGAR to the oat mixture. Otherwise the bars will turn out way to bland and you won’t taste a thing.

  • Thank you! Just made this! When I took it out of the oven, it was still quite like liquid. It’s sitting on my counter cooling off, then I will put it in my refrigerator. So, is this what you experienced, too?

  • These look so good!! My oven should be in and working by Friday, so I plan on making these on Saturday! Thanks Brittany!! Looking forward to seeing your date syrup post too! I’ve made it in the past, but I never use it up and end up throwing it away. I hate to waste it. I didn’t have enough room in my freezer to store it. I know, I need a freezer in the basement, but I haven’t found one that I like that is self defrosting at the right price.

  • I made it, but I think it’s a lot of butter, looks like a paste, flavor was good. 1/2 cup butter is 55 gram can you clarify the recipe please,Thanks

  • Haha I’m so glad I watched through to the end! I don’t know how, but I missed this recipe when you first posted it. I have to run to the store anyway to get more oatmeal, so I’ll be making these later! The only problem is choosing which flavor. ❤️����������������

  • Looks great! Do they get really firm in the fridge? I wonder if you could put a piece in a ziplock bag and take as a snack without falling apart or getting too messy.

  • since i dont have strawberry on hand, i used blueberry instead and added some dried nuts and raisins…so delicious!
    thanks for sharing ur recipe.

  • Mmm! Oh my, can’t wait to try these. I love oatmeal & strawberries, perfect combo. Love your new intro & music. May 10 is Mother’s Day in Mexico, so Feliz dia de las madres! Its mother’s day in the U.S.A. on Sun. May 14, so Happy Mother’s Day! Don’t know if your part of the world celebrates, but if not hope you take a day off and have some fun with your lovely girls.:)

  • Thanks Brittany! I made this yesterday with blueberries and strawberries and it was quite good. I decorated the top with more blueberries, strawberries and ground almonds for a patriotic (red, while and blue) look. I enjoy watching your videos and trying some of your ideas.

  • I made this recipe a few days ago and it was absolutely fantastic! So quick & easy but so delicious. My guests loved it too. Thank you for the inspiration!:)

  • I made this with frozen cherries and a bit of almond extract. It is insanely good! Thanks for sharing. I always enjoy your content ��

  • And personally, I wouldn’t try to cut down on the time you spend. I like your videos just the way you do them. I like you and your personality shines through!

  • Looks yummy. I love berries and all kinds of fruit too. Your pineapple one reminded me of pineapple upside down cake, so if I made it using crushed pineapple, I think that would be perfect. It was SO cute to see your dh “stealing” the pan of oat bars at the end. LOL

  • I tried this tonight, and it was unbelievably easy, except for one step I’m struggling to get done waiting for it to cool! I feel like an impatient kid on Christmas. I want it now! 😉

  • Try doing the presentation in half the time and ask your home audience which version they prefer. I fall asleep as your verbosity distracts from the core subject. And don’t think you can protest and say cutting back on the dialogue will not be possible, sure it can. Also minor point you keep showing the bowl of a food processor full of thawed berries but you call it a blender, so which is it? Thanks for taking the time to show this idea, looks good and I’m sure it tastes good too.

  • It is summer in U.K. This means strawberry season. I ve had ample of strawberry from my garden. Thus I got the recipe from you and baked twice. I also had apple from the orchard and used apple and cinnamon to make another tray bake. I really like and love the recipes. They’re decadent elegant but simple to cook. I’ve Had people give good comment on that beat your recipes. Thank you.

  • Well this is the third recipe, the black bean burger from how not to die book, the baked onion rings, and now this one which is in my oven now. I can’t wait to try it. I love your recipes and I think you are a cutie patutie! I am 57 yrs old. I’ve been plant based for 2 yrs. Now I want to enjoy a whole food plant based eating habits. You have inspired me. Thank you��

  • A banana cup measurement added in the future would be helpful. How about some cinnamon in the crust or organic lemon zest in the fruit?