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  • Easy-Peezy High Calorie Survival Bars

    I just made my 21st. batch last night.... I have made them using almonds, walnuts, Acorns (properly leached, dried and crushed into small pieces) and with chocolate chips instead of nuts.... My favorites are the Acorn (white) and chocolate chip...When making them with the chocolate chips increase the oatmeal by 1/2 cup or they will be runny... I cook them for about 15 minutes at 375 (just till the edges turn brown) and they work fine.I have been storing them in vacuum bags in the freezer, but left some out to see how they would last and ate some the other day that were left out for 34 days, they tasted just like when they were made (and no ill effects) so they will last at least a month.... As far as syrup, I have only tried home made maple syrup from this past spring, so I am not ...see more »I just made my 21st. batch last night.... I have made them using almonds, walnuts, Acorns (properly leached, dried and crushed into small pieces) and with chocolate chips instead of nuts.... My favorites are the Acorn (white) and chocolate chip...When making them with the chocolate chips increase the oatmeal by 1/2 cup or they will be runny... I cook them for about 15 minutes at 375 (just till the edges turn brown) and they work fine.I have been storing them in vacuum bags in the freezer, but left some out to see how they would last and ate some the other day that were left out for 34 days, they tasted just like when they were made (and no ill effects) so they will last at least a month.... As far as syrup, I have only tried home made maple syrup from this past spring, so I am not sure how regular table syrup would work or how long they would stay good....I am going to try leaving some out (in vacuum bags) for 3 months this time and will let you know how they hold up.

    By the way, I also use only 3 table spoons of peanut butter, when I used 1c. they turned out very soupy.

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