These Granola Bars are so easy to make at home, and honestly, you can tailor make them with ingredients which you love!
VERY slightly pissed right now, the camera SD card which has pictures of six dishes, including the one which needs to be shared in this post, is giving me a “CARD ERROR” and not letting me retrieve any pictures. Now I have two choices – either to not post today or post but add a picture tomorrow, as there is no chance of me baking, cutting and then clicking Granola bars by 6 pm (and pictures clicked post that are anyways shitty) and then hubby told me why don’t you make, take pictures of the whole stuff and post the sliced pictures tomorrow. It seemed like a decent middle path to me, so here is the post which I will update with the sliced bars pictures tomorrow.
And now over to the calm post this should have been, not the rant that you read above but then somebody told me it is good to rant once in a while 😉
Granola Bars is one of those things that I hate to buy from market. It is easy to make and far more nutritional when you bake them at home. One can literally control what goes in and how much.
I make my granola bars once in two weeks, each time tweaking the ingredients a little bit which change the flavour of the bars. They are perfect in the child’s snack box or as a quick breakfast with a glass of milk. I throw them in my gym bag to be eaten just after my swim, N eats it after his run and sometimes when in mid day I am hungry, I just pick one of these and eat rather than picking up junk.
Have you checked my recipe of the Apple, Apricot and Muesli bars yet?