According to The Nibble, today, 1/20, is National Granola Bar Day. There’s certainly no shortage of packaged granola bars lining the grocery store shelves with which you could celebrate.
Granola bars make a great snack and can be a better alternative for breakfast than high calorie muffins or doughnuts.
Here’s a great article with reviews of dozens of granola bars if you’re interested.
But, I think it would be much more fun to honor the day with a batch of healthy homemade granola bars, like this Great Granola Bar Recipe – brimming with wholesome ingredients including oats, wheat germ, almonds, maple syrup, cranberries, dates and apricots.
If you’ve never made homemade granola bars and have questions about what to do, here’s an article on How to Make Granola Bars with all kinds of helpful information, tips and tricks to help insure your success with making the kind of granola bars – chewy or crunchy – you like best.
I like homemade granola bars so much better than the kind from the box, I created a Granola Bar Recipes E-book, you can download for free.
Here’s a great video for how to make homemade granola bars from Betty at Betty’s Kitchen:
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