Hi Fiber Snack Or Breakfast Bars

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Nutritional Info
  • Servings Per Recipe: 15
  • Amount Per Serving
  • Calories: 119.1
  • Total Fat: 3.6 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
  • Sodium: 114.5 mg
  • Total Carbs: 24.2 g
  • Dietary Fiber: 4.5 g
  • Protein: 1.3 g

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Hi Fiber, Med Sugar, Low Fat Snack Hi Fiber, Med Sugar, Low Fat Snack
Number of Servings: 15


    13"x9" pan
    Waxed Paper
    Baggies or Zip Lock Bags

    2/3 C. Brown Sugar Splenda Baking Blend or Brown Sugar-will add calories with reg. Br. Sugar
    1/2 C. Honey
    4 Tbsp. Smart Balance Margarine
    2 tsp. Vanilla Extract or Vanilla
    12 tsp Morton's Lite Salt
    1 1/2 C. General Mills Fiber One Bran Cereal-crushed
    1 1/2 C. General Mills Honey Clusters Cereal-crushe
    1/4 C. Aldi Fit & Active Dried Mixed Berries-chopped
    1/4 C. Sliced Almonds-chopped

    Variations: Can use 1 C. of each cereal + 1 C. Toasted Oats, 1/2 C. Peanut Butter, and Coconut. Corn Syrup can be used instead of the honey, more of the fruit and nuts or other fruit or nuts, or any other favorite cereal you choose. This recipe lends itself to experimentation. Since It's very humid with all the snow I added 1/2 C. extra honey and 1/2 C. Sugar and an egg per 3 C. mix and baked it at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Otherwise it won't hold together. It adds more calories but I wanted a bar for easier consumption.


13"x9" pan sprayed with PAM
Makes15 -2 1/2"x3" pieces
Measure cereals, berries, and nuts; crush or chop and set aside. Put sugar, honey, margarine, salt, and vanilla in saucepan, heat to simmer, stirring constantly. Pour into cereal and mix well. Scrape into pan and press down hard with waxed paper that has been sprayed with PAM. This will insure a more even surface for your bars. Let sit 2 or three hours until cool and set well. Cut into bars.

Number of Servings: 15

Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user CUDDLYBEAR21.

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    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
    This tastes very good, but is a little messy to eat. I made these for my toddlers who love the Quaker Breakfast Cookies in the mornings. They both liked the taste of these breakfast bars very much. I made mine with dried bananas instead of berries and replaced the nuts with cinnamon mini-chips. - 1/9/10

    Reply from CUDDLYBEAR21 (1/9/10)
    I was desperate to find something to hold my bars together. I finally found that an egg would help. I'll try the choc. chips. I thought I might try peanut butter or white choc. chips or something. I needed to find something without marshmallows which I usually use.