An epic snack from breakfast to dinner, adapted from the What’s Gaby Cooking Blog.
This recipe is not allergen-free. It contains the following allergens: butter. If you or a loved one is living with a milk allergy, please refer to this resource on using milk substitutions.
“Lately I’ve been making these homemade Granola Bars with chocolate chips, dried fruit and chia seeds. They’re stuffed with dried cranberries, raisins and plenty of chocolate chips. I’ve been known to throw in dried cherries or apricots if those are on hand too. You can mix and match all kinds of dried fruit, just keep the proportions the same so the granola bars stick together properly and hold up when cut. You can serve these right away or cut them up and wrap each bar in a bit of parchment paper and refrigerate them until ready to eat.”
HONEY IS THE BINDER
Important. Honey is the binder. If you want less sugar, reduce the brown sugar by half but keep the honey as is! NOTE: You can purchase dried fruits with NO SUGAR ADDED or the dried fruits with cane sugar: Allergen Friendly chocolate, chia seeds, dried fruits and rolled oats all right here on this site.