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Amy on 2.13.2013
I made them with Sunbutter because my son is allergic to peanuts and everyone in my family loves them! I also add a tablespoon each of flax seed and wheat germ (to increase the nutrition). I make a double batch, wrap them individually in Suran Wrap and freeze them. They have become one of our during and after-school snacks!
runningmom on 8.25.2012
I originally made these using sunbutter and did not care for the taste at all. I tried them again using creamy peanut butter and really enjoyed them.
Sunny on 3.28.2011
Just made these bars and they are very tasty. I used creamy peanut butter (will try the sunbutter next time) and toasted the oats in a dry skillet. These will be a great healthy snack for son during track meets.
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gale on 9.1.2011
the ingredient list says sunbutter but the recipe says “Stir in the warm peanut butter”. I’ll try it with sunbutter.
Bubblefish on 6.30.2011
These look great, can’t wait to try them. Keep in mind, however, if you are making these for someone with nut allergy that not all chocolate chips are “safe.” In fact, most are not. We use Hershey’s because they are great at labeling. But only the normal semi-sweet because some of the other varieties are made on the same equipment or in the same facility with nuts. Make sure you read the labels!
beccasnb on 3.28.2011
amazing! I was just thinking of making oatmeal cookies…this sounds even better.
kathryn on 3.28.2011
It seems that gluten free oats and flax meal for the wheat germ could work well for my gluten free family. I will try these soon.
Melanie Eccles on 3.28.2011
I was unaware of the goodness that is sunbutter as well. Thanks for asking the questions, Lark. And Sunny this looks delicious!