Healthy Lunch Box Granola Bar Recipe

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A healthy lunch box granola bar is actually really easy to make, so long as you're using the appropriate recipe. Learn about a healthy lunch box granola bar recipe with help from the creator of in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Lindsey Smith and I'm the creator of, and today I'm going to show you how to make healthy granola bars that you can pack in your lunch. Now in order to make out healthy granola bars we'll start of with our ingredients. We're going to need 3 cups of quick oats, 3 tablespoons of chia seeds, a half a cup of crushed unsalted peanuts, a half a cup of chocolate chips, three fourths a cup of peanut butter melted and one half cup of brown rice syrup. So first we're going to start with the dry ingredients, we're going to take the chia seeds, the peanuts and the chocolate chips and just mix them in together. Next we want to take the liquid ingredients which would be the melted peanut butter and the brown rice syrup and mix it into to our dry mixture and evenly disperse it throughout so it kind of forms into one solid ball that we can then take and place into our pan and refrigerate. So you want to make sure all the oats are evenly covered, so you may actually need to get in there with your hands and start kneading it kind like dough. So we're going to finish out the kneading and make sure that your mixture is basically one solid ball, we're going to take that and we're going to transfer it over to the pan. When it's in the pan you want to make sure that you press it down firmly, just like this and add any other mixture that's in the bowl and just keep pressing until it's evenly distributed into the pan. So now our granola is nicely pressed into the pan and we're going to refrigerate for about 60 minutes and when the come out we can cut the bars and enjoy. Our granola bars have now been refrigerated for about 60 minutes, let's take a look at them. These look amazing. So now we're just going to take a knife and cut them into small squares. These granola bars are great for not only kids but adults as well. You can package them individually and put them in your child's lunch box or you can take one on your way to work. I'm Lindsey Smith, creator of, and that's how to make healthy granola bars that you can pack in your lunch.


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