Easy Chewy Granola Bars Recipe



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Easy Chewy Granola Bars

Granola bars ono nonstick aluminum foil.

We’re excited to partner with Reynolds Wrap® for this sponsored recipe

Easy to make chewy granola bars that are homemade filled with regular oats, shredded coconut, dried cranberries, salty almonds, mini dark chocolate chips all combined with a sweet honey and a peanut butter flavoring. Snack time just got easier with these tasty bars!

Cleanup was a breeze using Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Aluminum Foil.  Since these can get a bit sticky, we were able to just line our pan with Reynolds Wrap Non-Stick Aluminum Foil. You don’t even have to spray the pan you are using, you just press the granola bars on the dull side of the foil. We were able to easily lift the bars out of the pan and slice them into bars. This foil is also great for foods like Easy Grilled Pizza, Mini Burritos, cheesy casseroles, BBQ Chicken Nachos, barbecue, wings, Monte Cristo Sandwiches, and…

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