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Peanut Energy Bars

July/August 2008

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This carbohydrate-rich bar, full of nuts, seeds, fruit and oats, was adapted from Amy Harrison's prize-winning submission in the Plains (Georgia) Peanut Festival recipe competition sponsored by The Peanut Institute. It includes a little protein, and is a great grab-and-go pre-workout snack on mornings when you don't have time to digest a full meal.



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"What's not to like? You can swap out ingredients and throw in your favorites. I use wheat germ and protien powder, sometimes coconut, cranraisins, chopped dates, seasame seeds, mini choclate chips, other types of cereals, the options...
Peanut Energy Bars

25 Reviews for Peanut Energy Bars

09/30/2014
Anonymous
Better With Oil and Egg

I make a similar recipe all the time, with a few modifications- add in 1/4 c. flour, 1 large egg, and 1/2 c. canola or olive oil. This basic start can be modified (along with the 2 c. oats) to be whatever you can dream of! I don't like rice krispies, but often add coconut and ground flax meal to mine, for an extra kick of protein!

Healthy!
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01/08/2014
Anonymous
no thanks.

puffed rice. Corn syrup. No thanks.

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Anonymous wrote 49 weeks 20 hours ago

I agree corn syrup is out and

I agree corn syrup is out and so is rice cereal. not healthy ingredents

08/14/2013
Anonymous
peanut oatmeal crumble

i read reviews and put over a cup of peanut butter but I really should have halfed the oatmeal and rice krispies as well. they taste good in small quantity as long as you have a large glass of water/milk with you. its extreamely dry and crumbly. its okay for the family(the boys eat anything) but I would never take the recipe to anyone

no bake, would mix in well with ice cream
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05/29/2013
Easy, nutritious snack to put together!

Good flavor with just the right amount of sweetness. I like that there's room for substitutions (nuts, dried fruits) to change things up every time you make these. I made sure to really push the mixture down into the pan after reading some of the reviews, but the bottom was pretty crumbly. Next time I plan to use more peanut butter!

No baking required
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07/03/2012
Anonymous
Crumbling issue fix

I added chocolate chips to the warm honey mixture so they melted. They were more like chocolate peanut bars. I didn't have any crumbling issues so that must have helped.

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