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Almond-Honey Power Bar

January/February 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (360 votes)

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

61 Reviews for Almond-Honey Power Bar

03/28/2011
Most Marvelous

REALLY like these and find that the ingredients are not that hard to get on hand.

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02/10/2011
Not worth it

Not worth the trouble of getting all the ingredients and the expense. They did not hold together well and they were quite bland.

Healthy ingredients
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12/21/2010
Delicious and nutritious

even though there are a lot of ingredients and ones that many people won't have in their home, these bars are worth the time and energy. they are tasty, filling and even my pickiest eater gobbled them up.

tastes great, filling snack
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10/19/2010
Anonymous

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!!!!!

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10/09/2010
Anonymous

Wonderful recipe! I substituted Craisins for the raisins because raisins give my husband and son a stomach ache. They were a bit soft, so I might boil the almond butter/sugar mixture just a little longer. I've tried a lot of granola bar recipes and this one is by far the best in taste and nutrition!

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