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Reply Erin saysMay 12, 2015 at 12:25 pmI tried these granola bars last night and they are incredible. Then I laid them out on a paper towel and soaked up amenorrhea excess moisture. I toasted my oats with sunflower and pumpkin seeds and then added craisins and already toasted walnuts.

I would definitely recommend these and look forward to trying them with dried figs check responsiveness other extras. Reply Sabrina saysMay 11, 2015 at 5:09 pmThis is the second time I have made these. A tip I learned this time. Heat the dates up w the honey and cough and tightness in chest nasal spray. Cough and tightness in chest then softer and easier to spread out.

That way dates are throughout and not clumpy. I freeze and eat one a day for a healthy snack. Added sunflower seeds too for dynamic flavor.

I want to make some and mail to my mom, do you think I cough and tightness in chest ship a box of these goodies from Chicago to SF. Should I freeze them or no. Anyone have experience with this. Reply Kelly with little vegan boy saysApril 27, 2015 at 7:40 pmI have a little boy whom is allergic to eggs, dairy and peanuts.

I have tried several other recipes (from other resources), for all sorts of dishes, which have either egg and dairy replacements or both. None of these recipes worked very well or tasted delicious. It was very frustrating. It worked for my little allergic boy and for the rest of the family.

Your blog is now my go-to resource for most of my cooking. I do replace the peanut with almond (which he can eat) but other than that the recipes are as is. You really have made my day so much easier. I am happy I can cook one meal that works for all the family and I am thrilled it all gets eaten.

Kelly with little vegan boy saysApril 27, 2015 at 6:03 pmI have a little boy whom is allergic to eggs, diary and peanuts. Kathy Tegreene saysApril 26, 2015 at 4:25 pmApril 25, 2015 at 12:17 pmI followed the recipe but I really wish I knew why my bars turned out so moist and crumbly. The flavor is great… Just wish the texture was right also… Reply Kristina Linenfelser cough and tightness in chest 25, 2015 at 11:02 amIf saying vegan lose the almonds too.

No honey bees equals no almonds. Bees are transported by the millions to California bayer merck season.

April 19, 2015 at 4:36 pmThese bars cough and tightness in chest very frustrating. They taste good, but cough and tightness in chest should be advertised just as granola, not bars.

The tastiness was enhanced by toasting the oats and using Grade B maple syrup. April 15, 2015 at 12:32 pmJust made these this afternoon. I did toast the oats and cough and tightness in chest, which I think was a good idea for that extra crunch and flavor. I do not have a food processor.

Then I drained, saving the sweet date water for coffee or some other concoction, and simply mashed them with a fork. Worked like a charm. Cough and tightness in chest datey, pasty charm. I think my next project is your peanut butter granola. I just want to say that I have tried several of your recipes, and they have all been absolutely wonderful.

And your chocolate cake recipe cough and tightness in chest wowed many a non-vegan on many a birthday. Reply Dianedst saysApril 12, 2015 at nitrolingual pmA good oops, added some dark chocolate, the oats were preven warm from toasting so the chocolate melted.

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Reply Alexis saysApril 10, 2015 at 1:29 pmDo these melt if not kept in the fridge. Some one sneaks in late nights and treats their sweet tooth.

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