Granola Energy bars page 328

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Easy and straight forward. I did look for the brown rice syrup. We do not have this kind in Iceland. No problem finding agave syrup but I did not think it was thick enough. So I used my favorite syrup, the one I grew up with. Lyle’s golden syrup or the lion syrup as we used to call it when I was growing up. In the bars I used almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds, dried cranberries, raisins, apricots and shredded a coco nut unsweetened. I also put 100gr dark chocolate but that all melted when I poured the hot syrup in. This tasted very good and I will make this again as a snack for the kids.  After 24hrs there was noting left!

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16 thoughts on “Granola Energy bars page 328

  1. Cher

    I think I would have liked these even better with Lyle’s (that stuff is addictive). The chocolate would have been very tasty too! Good thinking.

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  2. Ei

    I’m impressed that yours were gone in 24 hours. I made mine a week ago, and I still have some in the house. We all liked them, but I seem to be the only one in the house who has had more than one. I think Lyle’s would taste great in these.

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  3. Katrina Scott Smith

    Lyle’s is a perfect substitute. I used honey after trying them first with brown rice syrup. Just like the flavor of honey better. Sticky is sticky, right. I’m enjoying them. I dipped mine in melted chocolate.

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  4. Cakelaw

    I think golden syrup would have been delish in these. I had never heard of rice syrup before now and was surprised to find it, but I had to go to a health food shop and it was quite expensive. Golden syrup will be a cheaper and more readily available option for next time.

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  5. Rachelle Weymuller@caramelizelife.com

    We didn’t have brown rice syrup either (we live in a small rural town) but we had honey from our neighbors and it worked! I do like your idea of melting a bar of chocolate in these. I added chocolate chips at my 11 year olds request so there was a little treat mixed in. There are so many possibilities!

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