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granola bars

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By lalow on Thu, 02-01-07, 02:22

has anybody found a good recipe for granola bars or a peanut free brand.

James 5 yrs, NKA
Ben 4 yrs, PA and MA

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By erik on Thu, 02-01-07, 03:12

Some varieties of Quaker granola bars are peanut-free in Canada.

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By krc on Sun, 02-04-07, 15:40

I'd also love a good nut free granola or granola bar recipe!

I'll do a search and see if anything comes up and hopefully someone has one to share [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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By Momcat on Sun, 02-04-07, 17:35


I've tried these, and they are delicious. I've made them with Sunbutter, Peabutter and Soynut butter. They were all good [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]


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By kandomom on Sun, 02-04-07, 18:11


This recipe was in Rachel Ray's magazine. Obviously you would use/substitute ingredients that suit your needs.
I haven't tried it yet, but plan to.

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By josh'smom on Mon, 02-05-07, 02:42

I made these tonight and they were excellent. I used Enjoy life Cinnamon Crunch and I used milk choc chips b/c it was all I had. It tastes good, but I think I will buy a plain granola and semi sweet chocolate chips and leave out the raisins for my daughter to make them like the chocolate chip granola bars that she misses so much. Thank you!

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By kandomom on Mon, 02-05-07, 03:21

josh's mom- glad they worked for you!
My girls will appreciate it if I skip the raisins . . . must add rice krispie cereal to the grocery list now.

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By caryn on Wed, 02-07-07, 17:29

i made these today - EASY!!! my kids loved them -- just one question -- what is the best way to store them and how long should they keep for? (well i guess that is 2 questions)

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