Simple, Soft and Chewy Granola Bars
These homemade granola bars are so much better than what you can buy at the store, especially since you can substitute for your favorite dried fruit or nuts. While these are very simple to make, there is a 2-hour wait for the bars to firm up enough to cut. Feel free to add your favorite dried fruit, nuts or chocolate to these – it’s completely up to you. Since we use a 1/3 cup of honey, we like to splurge on higher quality honey.
Cranberry, Seed & Oat Crunchies - Bits Of Carey
Everybody needs a good recipe for crunchies (also known as flapjacks to UK folks). This is a recipe I have been using for years and it has never failed me. These are the good old fashioned kind – sugar, butter, oats, coconut, flour and bicarb. Crunchies generally have a high sugar content like all biscuits […]
Crunchies — Traditional South African Oatmeal Cookie Bars
This is my most searched recipe and most requested by friends and family. There's nothing better than a Crunchie and a cup of tea in the morning! Kids of all ages will love to help you make them! (Note: mini rolling pin and blankie) And they will love to find one in their