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  • kadi
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    They sound great!!! When I have time, I'll definitely be making some.

    In the meantime... (and for the non-cooks out there) these granola bars are ok for me & my IC:
    Cascadian Farms Vanilla Chip Granola Bars
    Cascadian Farms Kid-sized Oatmeal Raisin Granola Bars
    Kind - Coconut Almond Bars

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  • ljharris
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    So I made them tonight, with blueberries, butterscotch chips, and sliced almonds. They're SO good.

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  • ICNDonna
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    If you could substitute dried blueberries for the fruit and either carob chips or white chocolate ones, it sounds like they might be okay.

    Let us know how it goes.

    Donna

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  • ljharris
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    Granola bars

    I was on the phone with my mother earlier today, and she's making a fruit tart based on a recipe from "Three Many Cooks." I've been exploring their blog as a result, and I found a recipe for granola bars:

    2 cups rolled oats
    1/2 cup wheat germ
    1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk

    Add-ins:
    1 cup sliced almonds
    1/2 cup of semi- or bitter-sweet chips or chunks (about 3 ounces)
    1/2 cup dried cranberries or cherries

    Obviously cranberries & chocolate are out! But there's a video that accompanies the blog entry, and one of the cooks explains that the "add-ins" can be whatever you'd like, as long as they add up to 2 cups.

    They also note that if you want to make a gluten-free variation of these bars, you can substitute 1/2 cup of finely ground rolled oats for the wheat germ.

    To prepare these bars, they recommend you put foil in a 9-inch baking pan and grease with a spray, and then firmly pack your granola-y mixture into the pan.

    They recommend cooking for 30 minutes at 325 degrees F, and then putting in the freezer for a few minutes. Then cut into 16 pieces (or 24 if you want smaller bars).

    I haven't made these, but they seem easy enough to do that I might try them!
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