Power Bars26 Reviews
“This is a good recipe for a substitute to power bars, that's easy and tasty.” - by Heather
Original recipe yields 1 -9x13 inch pan
- Line one 9x13 inch pan with foil and spray with a non-stick cooking spray.
- Boil sugar, syrup, and peanut butter in saucepan for a minute. Not more or the bars will be impossible to eat. Add the grape nuts and stir. Immediately spread into the prepared pan. Let cool and cut into bars. Great snacks!
Amount Per Serving (24 total)
- 183 cal
- 3.2 g
- 37.2 g
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Reviews (26)Rate This Recipe
"I have to revise my review. I originally made this recipe with oatmeal intead of Grape Nuts and really liked it. I have since made it with the Grape Nuts and also like it that way. One modification I ..." See morehave done is cut the sugar in half and used half honey in lieu of half the corn syrup. Comes out great either with oatmeal or Grape Nuts. Oatmeal version is softer, more like a traditional Power Bar; Grape Nuts is crunchier, more like a dessert, I think. Regardless of which way they're made, they're great!"
"I am a tweaker, I admit it. I tweaked these because all that grape nuts sounded a little boring. I used 1 cup of grape nuts, & enough chopped walnuts, sunflower seeds & chocolate chips to make up the ..." See moreother 1 cup. You have to mix quickly though, the syrup mixture hardens pretty fast. These were delish!"
"These are so good, however I reduce the amount of karo syrup and use mostly honey in its place. I also used turbinado (raw) sugar instead, and used half oats and half grapenuts. I sprinkled the top w..." See moreith chocolate chips. This is a filling and delicious snack bar, and so easy to make--better than power bars. I love this recipe. Thanks for sharing."
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