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Oatmeal Granola Bars

Healthy Granola Bars with Oatmeal and Bananas

Imagine being able to whip up snacks that are not just incredibly tasty but also really good for you.

That's exactly what you get with these oatmeal granola bars – a real game-changer for your snack time!

Forget those boring bars from the supermarket. Once you've tried making these yourself, you'll see why homemade is the way to go. It not only saves money but also lets you control exactly what goes in.

The moment you take your first bite of one of these homemade bars, you'll notice the difference: They bring a flavor to the table that you just can't find in store-bought versions.

It feels great knowing you're feeding your body something wholesome – delicious and packed with nutrients. And the best part? These bars are super easy to make, they last one week in your pantry, and you get to play around with the flavors.

Convinced to make your own Granola Bars?



  • 2 ripe bananas

  • 200 g oatmeal

  • 4 tbsp coconut fat

  • 2 - 3 tbsp rice syrup

  • 6 tbsp peanut butter

  • Cinnamon, vanilla extract


  • A handful of almonds

  • A handful of blanched pistachios

  • 1 tbsp chocolate chips

  • Servings: About 16 pieces

  • Effort: low Mash the bananas, stir in the other ingredients, and pop it in the oven.

  • Nutritional value: high The bars are loaded with fibers, minerals, vitamins, proteins, and complex carbohydrates – the perfect snack for an energy boost when needed.

  • Michaela's opinion: A snack completely to my taste.


1)Mash the bananas and mix well with the oatmeal, coconut fat, rice syrup, peanut butter, and spices until you have a uniform mixture.

2) Press the slightly sticky mixture into a granola bar silicone mold. Alternatively, you can spread the mixture on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.

3) Roughly chop the nuts and sprinkle them over the bars. Optionally, top with a few chocolate chips.

4) Bake in a preheated oven at 170 degrees Celsius (about 338 degrees Fahrenheit) for about 25 minutes until they're lightly browned and smell delicious.

5) Let the silicone mold cool down, then pop the bars out. If you're using a baking sheet, let the mixture cool completely before slicing into bars with a sharp knife.

6) Enjoy your delicious bars! If there are any leftovers, store them in a tin.

  • Michaela's Tip: You can also use butter or margarine instead of coconut fat. Coconut fat has a longer shelf life, even when not refrigerated, and adds a subtle coconut note.


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