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Great recipe! Will be making these more often.
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Glad you enjoy them. Macadamia sounds nice. Here in the NE US, they're fairly expensive (as are a lot of nuts) so I hadn't thought to use them.
Mine looked a bit different, but that's probably because I used coconut flakes. The first batch was too dry, so the adhesion wasn't that good, but that's going down to insufficient honey. Mind you, they tasted fantastic. Used Macadamia paste (we have lots of Macadamia's down here in Oz) in the second batch for a different taste.Very impressed though :)
Very timely, I just picked up a 1/2 dozen in a thrift store which are in need of some care. Thanks for the Instructable
Excellent! Glad you tried them out and enjoyed them.
That sounds good. I hope you enjoyed them.
Great, glad you liked them. Thanks for sharing, it's awesome to see that people are actually making them.
These were great!
just tried a different recipe that I am not thrilled with, but I did get an idea from it to apply to your recipe. You can add a scoop of protein powder to increase that percentage per bar. Additionally, toast some of the oats and the flax seed for flavor. Dates or any dried fruit will add sweetness and moisture if you don't like honey or agave. Making this as soon as the other stuff is used up. Thanks
You don't have to use coconut, this is a personal recipe.I use a similar recipe, it's tough to gauge the nutritional value just because it depends on the ingredients. Calorie is a unit of energy, things like Peanut Butter and Oatmeal are high in calories and high in good fat and protein. The best part about using oatmeal in snacks is that it continues expanding in your belly, so it will last longer. The bad thing in this recipe, and mine is the chocolate. Albeit, dark chocolate in moderation is good for you, I do not like dark chocolate.If you use the right ingredients and try to use natural ingredients, then the overall nutritional value will be right where you want it.2 tbsp. of PB is 195 calories, contains: 8 grams of carbs, 16 grams of fat, and 7 grams of protein.Quick 1-Minute oats with a serving of 40 grams is: 150 calories and contains: 27 grams of carbs, 3 grams of fat, and 5 grams of protein.HyVee branded baking chips (Milk Chocolate): 33 pieces is 80 calories and contains: 10 grams of carbs, 4 grams of fat, and 1 gram of protein.
It does not. I prefer to use Milk Chocolate or White Chocolate in my oatmeal, it makes it a little creamier.
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