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Granola Bars

Granola bars with nuts and fruit

This time of year I usually bake a few cakes using my NFL helmet pan and decorate the cakes with lots of icing. But this year I’m doing something a bit healthier, but still really sweet and delicious.

Granola bars. Easy to make plus you can use a large variety of ingredients to fit everyone’s taste – I went in on for a bit of inspiration. And now that it is game day (Go Giants!) granola bars are also perfect snacks to bring along to a tailgate if you want to eat something that’s light and tasty.


Homemade granola bars

250 g of oats

60 g pistachio nuts

40 g almonds

25 g hazelnuts

60 g sunflower seeds

40 g sesame seeds

25 g flak seeds

25 g raisins

25 g dried cranberries

25 g dried dates

25 g dried apricots

10 grinds on a vanilla grinder¨

1 can of condensed milk


You can use any nuts, seeds and dried fruit you wish really, so here a more simple ingredient list:

250 g oats

125 g nuts

125g seeds

100 g dried fruit

1 can of condensed milk



Cut the dried fruit into small pieces.

Roughly chop the nuts.

Mix oatmeal, dried fruit, seeds and nuts.

Add the condensed milk and stir the mass.

Pour the mixture into a baking pan lined with baking paper and pat down with a spoon.

Bake at 130 degrees C / 266 degrees F for 1 hour.

Cool slightly and cut into squares.

Oatmeal granola bars

Granola bars with condensed milk

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