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Reviews (20)

  • kevshas 14 Apr, 2011

    While 'honey' is still being debated you can't really say it is not vegan, that is a choice for the individual. That being said if you want to avoid honey you can use Agave syrup, maple syrup, golden syrup, or date syrup depending what taste you like.

    I haven't made them yet so I hope they do not fall apart, you might need more honey/syrup or maybe chill them more.

  • scar 6 Apr, 2011

    I made these, and they taste really good, but they were really crumbly and fell apart when trying to cut them. Did anyone else have this problem?

  • jlrhodes24 5 Apr, 2011

    This recipe is not vegan if honey is used. Why honey is not vegan: http://www.peta.org/issues/Animals-Used-for-Food/honey-from-factory-farmed-bees.aspx

  • te518 18 Mar, 2011

    Would it be possible to have a link to put the measurements in Kilos and Grammes? It would be very helpful!

  • dragonswitch 7 May, 2010

    why can't i copy

  • cerine 1 May, 2010

    I always use buckwheat flour or rice flour to replace regular flours in gluten free baking ,as for the oats they must be pure uncontaminated.

  • susankellen 25 Apr, 2010

    I always appreciate nutritional analysis.

  • kengin 25 Apr, 2010

    has anyone turned the ingredients into gluten free bars

  • yummyCarolyn 24 Apr, 2010

    For 12 servings of the above, (not 8 as th erecipe states) there are approximately 300 calories, with 12 grams of fat, 4 grams of protien, and 36 g of carbs.

  • yummyCarolyn 24 Apr, 2010

    There are websites such as the Dietician's of Canada website that allow you to analyze recipes. However, I agree with the other commenters that nutritional analysis would be helpful. Most websites now provide this.

  • missstubby 24 Apr, 2010

    The oats and other cereals can be finely ground in a food processor or blender. Nuts can also be ground in a food processor, but if you grind too fine you will end up with an oily paste. Other dried fruits could be substituted (I will use cranberries in place of cherries because I am allergic) keeping the same proportions. I think subbing whole soy flour would make this similar to Soyjoy bars.

  • JDMM 24 Apr, 2010

    How do you "finely grind" oats? I know how to pulverize the nuts, but I'm clueless how to prepare the oats. Would I use a mortar and pestle?

  • bossraines 24 Apr, 2010

    These look delicious, but it would be convenient if I knew nutritional values.

  • bossraines 24 Apr, 2010

    These look delicious, but it would be convenient if I knew nutritional values.

  • christalee 24 Apr, 2010

    yes, please! I need to know how much sugar is in this. it sounds delicious!

  • opals 24 Apr, 2010

    I would also like the nutritional info on all recipes. Especially the healthy ones.

  • bianca123 24 Apr, 2010

    Make that three out of three. Would like nutritional info on all recipes

  • bianca123 24 Apr, 2010

    Make that three out of three. Would like nutritional info on all recipes

  • sunbaybe 24 Apr, 2010

    Ditto to hooterpetunia...would really appreciate nutritional info on all recipes. Thanks!

  • hooterpetunia 24 Apr, 2010

    What are the nutritional and caloric numbers on this recipe, i.e., the fat, sodium, cholesterol, carbs, etc.?