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In a sauce pan, mix together oil, brown sugar and honey and heat over low flame. Earlier I used to make these bars with cornflakes as the kids loved the crunchiness it gave contrasting the soft oats, but recently as I ran out of cornflakes and I had lots of pori (Rice Krispies) left out after making Kaara pori for our snacks, decided to use it in the bars and it was like a combination of both granola bars and rice krispies bars into one single bar
And then a nasty sugar crash, and the only thing I want in the world is another okay candy bar. I made a second batch of homemade candy bars and left them set in the freezer for about an hour, and they’re very neat and tidy
I am always happy when I can cut out refined sugar from a recipe – unfortunately it doesn’t always work – but this time I was glad to see the bars were sweet enough and everything held together nicely once the crushed cornflakes were combined with the melted honey and crunchy peanut butter
Add half the sugar and half the cinnamon to a gallon size ziploc bag, seal, and shake to combine. Line two cookie sheets with silicone baking mats, or use parchment paper that’s been sprayed with cooking spray
The second time I learned from my mistakes so hopefully, these will be easy for you to make. I did some tweaking the second time around and they still didn’t look that pretty, but I thought, what the heck, I will post them
I like using active dry yeast–the ones you need to activate first in warm water and a little sugar. I knew he has a sweet tooth but what those really for is to spike up his blood sugar when it gets too low