Chewy Granola Bar Recipe

The perfect sweet and salty bite, this chewy granola bar recipe will be your new favorite go-to snack.

How many times have you packed a granola bar in your purse for a quick snack on-the-go? I know I always carry one with me—for those hangry moments. And other snacks are fine, but is anyone else a germaphobe?

After touching the subway poles, I’m not about to reach in for a handful of nuts. Enter these easily packable and accessible chewy granola bars. The store-bought granola bars are pretty good, and I have my favorites. But, as with most things, homemade tastes much better. Plus, you know exactly what goes into each bar.

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By |February 24th, 2015|Breakfast, Snacks|2 Comments

Krispy Krunchy Kale Chips

I’ve heard about kale chips. I’ve tried them a few times, but never bothered to make them. Seriously, how good can baked greens be? After seeing the super green at the farmer’s market, I was inspired to give them another shot. Now I see what the craze is about. These krispy krunchy kale chips are unbelievably delicious and satisfy every crispy, crunchy, salty craving you could ever have. I devoured them in one sitting…and I don’t feel a bit guilty about it!

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By |March 5th, 2012|Healthy, Snacks|5 Comments

Crunchy Granola

Once you try homemade crunchy granola, you will never want to buy it again. I was spending $5.00 for a two cup bag of granola at a health food store. Completely fed up with this ridiculous price, I had to make my own. The end result: healthy, simple, quick, money-saving, and crunchy granola!

When making your own granola, you can control how much sugar is added. Also, you can change the ingredients (dried fruit, seeds, nuts, spices etc.) depending on your taste or mood.

I love this granola with a little bit of non-fat vanilla yogurt. I usually add a drizzle of honey to the yogurt first. It is also good with a splash of cold milk. Or take it on the go for healthy and easy snacking.

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