Hello there! Do you love breakfast bars as much as I do? I hope you all are having a GREAT week! Mine has been busy but awesome at the same time. Between work and trying out a new workout (blog post to follow) I decided to get a little creative.
When I taste any granola bar, the first thing that comes to mind is dark chocolate and oats. I expected this granola bar to taste very sweet because of its description, so instead of honey I actually tasted cinnamon. It was a great way to kickstart an active morning, but it’s not for everyone. That’s why these breakfast bars were a huge hit with my family so here I pass this on to my loyal readers.
I had been playing with the idea of finding some healthier options for the most important meal of the day, breakfast. I decided I wanted to make a super healthy breakfast bar. It is perfect fit for my busy lifestyle. Since I am working two jobs this winter and trying to fit in preparing healthy meals and working out on top of that, something that I can grab on the way out the door is perfect for me!
I tasted honey, sea salt, dark chocolate and cinnamon. Oats added texture. This granola breakfast bar recipe is so delicious and easy to make.
I also wanted to create a recipe with simple ingredients and that didn’t involve a lot of work. I wanted something I could whip up fairly quickly on a Sunday night and not have to worry about breakfast for the rest of the work week. I think it was a total success!
I chose to use these three ingredients:
Applesauce, cherry vanilla granola and creamy peanut butter.
I also used a few other ingredients from my pantry.
Dark chocolate chips, homemade vanilla extract, organic honey and salt.
Here is the recipe and if you prefer to make your own cherry vanilla granola the recipe is below:
If you would prefer to make your own cherry vanilla granola instead of buying it from the store, it’s actually pretty easy to prepare at home. Just take the following ingredients:
These bars are simple, nutritious and amazing! I’m pretty sure I know what I am having tomorrow for breakfast too!!!! Next time I have friends over for brunch, I think I will whip up a batch of these and send folks home with them as little favors. They are so easy to make and so tasty!
If you’re in the mood for breakfast, these recipes are easy and healthy. There’s something for everyone in this list: Instant Pot Oatmeal and Avocado Toast, Cottage Cheese and Fruit, Bagel and Cream Cheese. Scrambled eggs with salsa. Yogurt with fruit or granola. Bananas and peanut butter. Egg-in-a-hole!
Instant Pot Oatmeal. Who doesn’t love baked oatmeal? Throw a few simple ingredients into an Instant Pot and in 6 easy steps, you’ll have a healthy breakfast that’s ready to eat in half an hour! Serve with mixed berries. If you’re feeling extra indulgent, top with some chocolate chips!