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Aug 11, 2008

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jodifur

I've made these and they are very good...

2 cups oats
1/2 cup whole wheat flour or soy flour
2 tbsp cinnamon
1/4-1/2 cup of flax seed
2 egg whites
3/4 c raisins or craisins
1/4 cup of agave nectar


Put in a glass 9x 12pan.

bake 350 for 20 minutes

Taresa Schmidt

Jodifur, thanks for leaving that recipe! Do you prefer the taste of agave to honey? I considered using that in this recipe, but loved the way thet brown sugar and honey melted together.

momma

throw in half a can of sweetened condensed milk, you wont believe how rich and good it tastes! and dried cranberries. yum

ksteiger

This would be awesome except that my mother ruined granola bars for me forever.

jodifur

I like agave b/c it is sweeter than honey, so you can use less, therefore saving on calories and still being sweet without sugar or fake sugar. Also, I made it like granola last time and not like bars it was very good.

ConventionGirl2008

I am headed to one of our country's Granola Cities - Denver for the 2008 Democratic National Convention. I will be tasting all sorts of Denver food favorites and hope to have a few posts on food out West compares to our East Coast favorites.

Stay tuned! Love your blog.

Mike Bober

ConventionGirl - If you're looking for some recommendations on places for foodies to check out at the convention, please take a look at my post over at Capital Spice:

http://capitalspice.wordpress.com/2008/08/15/foodie-recommendations-for-the-democratic-national-convention-things-to-eat-in-denver-when-youre-dem/

Hope it's helpful!!!

iEatDC

Egg whites, spinach, fresh squeeze orange juice, croissant, and coffee? It sounds like we could have breakfast together anytime.

kabonfootprint

thanks for sharing your ideas, i'm trying my best to learn how to cook (decent meals :-),I hope i can share with you some
Filipino recipes too, I hope your OK with Asian foods :-)... Busby SEO challenge

KabonFootPrint

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