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Neil Butterfield

Granola bars are awesome and healthy!


I too make granola as frequently as possible, in as large of batches as possible. I've never gone the extra step to transform it into bars, but if someone in my household hand a twice-daily hankering for Clifs, I think I would do exactly as you did!


Ah, date puree... great idea!


Your pictures are so beautiful! I can really see how soft and chewy these bars must be. They sound tasty!


These look totally amazing. I love that you used olive oil. I am thinking they might also be good with organic coconut oil?!


I love CLIF bars too but have been trying to eat less (one a day). I'll have to give this recipe a try! Your PS made me smile.


Hey Winnie - Yes! Coconut oil could be great. In my new cookbook I have a coconut oil granola and it's terrific. If you try it, let me know how it comes out!

Rebecca Smith

After attempting different granola recipes and bars, trying to find one that the whole family liked and was on "my" plan for healthier eating, I made this one yesterday and followed the instructions without substituting.
Wow, they are so delicious.
Everyone; even my chocolate chip cookieaholic husband gave it a thumbs up.
Snack time is looking rosey.


I think an egg would also soften it up...

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