Do you have any idea how much money you spend on granola and/or nutritional bars for your kids? Take a minute and add it up; I would bet it's more than you think. Before you say they're convenient, trust me, I get it. On those busy mornings when you don't have time for breakfast, there's nothing easier than tossing a bar into your child's lunch box and another one into your purse, but a majority of the brands on the market are not as healthy as their manufacturers would lead you to believe. Plus, they are made with ingredients I can't even begin to pronounce. About 8 years ago, I got so fed up with what my husband was spending on bars to take to work with him, I devoted myself to figuring out how to make them myself. I worked so hard at it, I even flirted with starting my own...
Servings:30 | Calories:176 | Total Fat:7g | Chol:0mg | More
Nutritional facts are per serving and accuracy is not certain.
Total Fat 7g
Sat Fat 2g
Total Carb 25g
45% Old Fashioned Oats
19% Others combined
19% Canola Oil
15% Chocolate Chips
Percentages based on 2000 calories diet. Data may be incomplete or calculations inaccurate - Learn more.
4 Cups Old Fashioned Oats 1/4 Cup Whole Wheat Flour 1/2 Cup Shredded Unsweetened Coconut 1/3 Cup Brown Sugar 1 Cup Chocolate Chips* 1/2 Tsp Kosher Salt 1/2 Cup Canola Oil 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract 1/2 Cup Honey
Directions : View recipe directions on weelicious.com