How To: Make granola bars with a quick, easy recipe

Make granola bars with a quick, easy recipe

HealthyCook teaches viewers how to make healthy but easy granola cereal bars! You can use oatmeal oats, grains and all different types of oats (You don't only have to use just one kind). Choices range from jumbo oats, barley flakes, rye flakes and ordinary oatmeal oats. Gluten free choices are barley flakes, brown rice flakes (in small quantity), millet flakes and finally quinoa flakes. Use 100 grams of softened butter and mix it in a large bowl. Add in 75 grams of dark molasses sugar and mix. Now add all of our other ingredient (any mix of oats and grains you would like). Just make sure there are 175 grams of oats together. Add in 50 grams of coconuts and a table spoon of your favorite seeds. This will give the bar many nutrients (try sunflower seeds). You can add in any dry fruit or nuts in this as well. Try 175 grams of any combo, such as chocolate and raisins. Next, add in two eggs to bind the ingredients together. Mix all ingredients until it is well mixed together. Now, get a tin and line it with silicon paper. Use a shallow tin so it will be in granola bar shape and form. Add your mixture into your tin and smooth it down into the corners. It does not have to be completely flat because when cooked, the mix will melt. Now, put the tin into the oven at 180 degrees or gas mark 4 for 30 - 35 minutes. Check it at 25 minutes to see if it has browned. When finished, the bars should be a nice golden brown! When done, cut, let cool and enjoy!

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