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Use this recipe when making our Peanut-Butter Granola Bars.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, May 1998
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  • Beverly Tilton
    18 OCT, 2012
    looking forward to trying this recipe.
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  • momomany10
    16 APR, 2011
    Love this one! I have had to exchange some of the ingredients because I didn't have everything on hand...ie: didn't have almonds, used pecans instead. left out coconut. still, it was a hit. Looking forward to the next batch! sadly, it doesn't last long with my crew.
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  • jannmarie
    14 APR, 2010
    I omitted the butter, added more honey for binding, changed sesame seed for Ground flax seed. Not sure I will use coconut, used crandberries instead of rasins. Love it and sooo easy!
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  • bitchnkitchen
    25 MAR, 2010
    I love this granola! I used coconut oil instead of butter and it was out of this world. Everyone wants the recipe.I added nuts according to what amts and type I like. I used pumpkins seeds, almonds and sunflower seeds. I did not measure just added until it looked as I thought it should. I followed the amounts for the oatmeal, honey and coconut oil exactly and the ratio was perfect.
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  • bitchnkitchen
    25 MAR, 2010
    I love this granola! I used coconut oil instead of butter and it was out of this world. Everyone wants the recipe.I added nuts according to what amts and type I like. I used pumpkins seeds, almonds and sunflower seeds. I did not measure just added until it looked as I thought it should. I followed the amounts for the oatmeal, honey and coconut oil exactly and the ratio was perfect.
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  • bitchnkitchen
    8 MAR, 2010
    There is about 600 calories in a cup.
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  • bitchnkitchen
    8 MAR, 2010
    .5 cup of granola is about 300 calories. I use about 1/3 of a cup over granola.
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  • bonsaibabe
    15 OCT, 2009
    what is calorie and fat content per serving?
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  • Macshack
    6 OCT, 2009
    There is no reason why you have to have coconut in this granola. You could leave it out, and it would be fine!
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  • merlettah
    3 OCT, 2009
    I wish there was an answer for that first question because that is exactly what I thought.
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