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No-Bake Honey & Oat Peanut Butter Bars (Gluten-Free)
Peanut butter oat bars make a great gluten-free treat. Photo: CC--JoeFoodie
Celiac.com 03/15/2017 - Looking for an easy, reasonably nutritious snack? These no-bake honey and oat peanut butter bars are just the ticket. Quick to make, no-bake, and easy to take on the go, these bars also happen to be gluten-free and plenty tasty.
- 1 cup any gluten-free oatmeal
- ¾ cup chunky natural peanut butter
- ⅓ cup thick honey
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- ¾ cup powdered milk
- ¼ cup sunflower seeds
- ¼ cup chocolate chips, to garnish
Mix all ingredients, except chocolate chips, add more powdered milk and oats as needed
Spread evenly on a cookie sheet.
Top with chocolate chips and/or seeds. Press down to make sure they stick.
Cut into squares.
Chill for 30 minutes, then cut and serve.
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