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Old 03-07-07, 05:58 PM   #1
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Matisse & Jacks Granola Bar Mix

Anyone use this?

I just a few packs of the mix and have made two batches. They are quite good. A little healthier than my standard Kashi bars...
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Old 03-08-07, 08:50 PM   #2
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I've never heard of it. I've been planning on making my own from scratch and just kind of winging it. Oatmeal, honey, peanut butter...yeah.
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I had once found a recipe for some stuff called Oatmeal chocolate Outcake, that was not too bad. But a little dry, so I went back to the Kashi bars. I have been eating nothing but Kashi bars for the last year and needed something different. So I searched and found these. Not too bad, actually pretty good. Problem is cost. One $5.5 package makes 10 bars, so they are not cheap, especially, when you have add the wet ingredient (applesauce, yogurt, etc.). Someday, I will break down the ingredients and make my own.
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Yeah, that's why I'm leaning to just starting out with my own...I don't want to be putting $15-25 a month alone in an afternoon snack of mine every month. Plus, I feel accomplished when I make things for myself.
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