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To save money on snacks, I pulled out Katie of Kitchen Stewardship’s E-Book, Healthy Snacks to Go, and decided to try the granola bars. My husband and kids raved about the bars. Here they are in all their glory.
Then, I had the brilliant idea to double the recipe, and use up some barley malt syrup in place of half the honey. The bars were wet so I left them in the oven for a little longer, took a phone call, checked them, made a phone call, and then realized that the bars might be a little overbaked.
In the meantime, if you want a very healthy, very tasty granola bar recipe that will have your kids giving you two thumbs up because their mouths are full of granola bar, I highly recommend buying Healthy Snacks to Go. I also recommend staying focused on what you are doing in the kitchen, and not multitasking.
I am not affiliated with Kitchen Stewardship’s affiliation program at this time, and all mishaps portrayed in this post have nothing to do with Katie’s recipe.
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