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Almond-Honey Power Bar

January/February 2010

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Great for breakfast on the go! Golden roasted nuts, seeds and oats are enveloped by flavorful almond butter in these delectably chewy, no-fuss energy bars. Unrefined turbinado sugar adds a deep caramelly undertone. Feel free to use light brown sugar instead. Bars stored at room temperature will be softer than those that are refrigerated.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I made these yesterday, and the three of us devoured them. Must make more today. Reminds me of eating Cracker Jacks!!! But good for you. I used peanut butter instead of the almond butter. Really wonderful!!!!! "
Almond-Honey Power Bar

60 Reviews for Almond-Honey Power Bar

02/11/2010
Anonymous

From the Carbohydrate Exchanges, I would guess there is a total of ~38 g Carbs and 23 g of those from sugars, the rest from starches.

I made this recipes and drizzled melted dark chocolate over the top! Adds a few more calories but with a large glass of milk this is a great meal! My family loved them and ate them all up. I also used 7 whole grain honey puffs which were fabulous. Used dried apricots and cranberries. Lots of variations that can be made!

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02/03/2010
Anonymous

Way too sweet for me!! I think I would love these with about half as much sugar.

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02/02/2010
Anonymous

Wonderful recipe! Very quick and easy. Great for a mid-day snack.
I used peanut butter instead of almond butter and they came out fine. I also added in dried dates and cranberries. Keep them in the fridge and they'll be good for weeks.

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01/23/2010
Anonymous

I love this recipe. I used dried cherries instead of golden raisins because my bulk grocery was out of golden raisins. I think the currants are essential - they make a nice sweet spot and fool husbands into thinking they're eating chocolate chips!!! :)

I can't wait to try some more fruit variations!!!

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01/21/2010
Anonymous

What's the sugar content? Does anyone know?

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