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Super Seedy Granola Bars Recipe: How To Make?

My go-to breakfast is always either porridge or granola- so when I fancied a sweet treat that could double up as breakfast on the go or an afternoon snack, I thought a Granola bar was the perfect solution!

My cupboards are stocked with these ingredients all year round, so it was whipped up in a minute- if you don’t have the exact seeds/nuts/fruit feel free to substitute them for whatever you have in your cupboards or what you fancy most!

I love all the textures that go on in these, crunchy but chewy, and every mouthful has something different- a taste sensation!


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  1. Preheat the oven to 180/160 fan, line
  2. Combine the oats and sugar in a large mixing bowl
  3. Melt the butter and honey together in a saucepan and then pour over the oat and sugar mixture; add the peanut butter and mix well
  4. Add the nuts, seeds and dried fruit, saving a couple of handfuls, and mix until evenly distributed throughout the mixture.
  5. Pour the mixture into the lined baking tin, press down to ensure the mixture is spread evenly and then sprinkle the remaining seeds, nuts and dried fruit over the top before pressing down firmly.
  6. Pop into the oven for 15-20 minutes until very lightly golden at the edges- don’t be tempted to overdo it, as it’ll harden as it cools.
  7. Leave to cool before cutting into portions.

Realistically these are flapjacks with some added extras, but who doesn’t want to kid themselves that their treats are healthy?!

What are your go-to treats at the minute? My sweet tooth seems to be taking over at the minute, so I’d love any inspiration on what to make next!

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Some Reviews:

If I made these, I would eat them all day long. This is a different (but tasty looking) spin on granola, yum! – Lisa
Oh giiiiirl these look so tasty! I’m also a serious fan of granola for breakfast so I’ll be getting involved in these for sure!

Bookmarking the recipe so I can grab some ingredients and get seedy granola-ing! – Katie

Ah I used to make my own granola bars all the time but I’ve lost the habit at the moment- these look so delicious!!! – Holly Rose

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