No-Bake Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars only get better when drizzled a little chocolate over the top! Granola recipes have been around forever, but serving up raw granola in bar form is something that can make it even more appealing. We love having healthy snacks around rather than too many snacks sweetened with processed sugars. We vote for the healthy, delicious taste of honey in our granola. And this No-Bake Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars recipe will leave your family wanting for more!
We added some super foods to these No-Bake Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars, like pumpkin seeds, cacao nibs, and even dried mulberries. Of course, if you don’t have any dried mulberries handy, feel free to use yellow raisins (or any dried fruit) instead.
These No-Bake Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars are completely indulgent, but healthy too. They’re loaded with omega-3s, protein, fiber, and so much more!
Adapting No-Bake Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars
You know, a recipe is not truly perfect until you’ve added your own touch to it. That’s why we encourage you to play with your food. Let your inner chef come out and play and change up this recipe. Here’s some ideas to get the ideas rolling:
- Use almond butter instead of peanut butter
- Dried cherries would be delicious in this recipe
- Try hemp seeds instead of pumpkin seeds
- Add a sprinkle of cinnamon to the mix
Be sure to keep these No-Bake Honey Peanut Butter Granola Bars in the fridge so they’ll last longer. Of course, they may go pretty quickly anyway. They’re perfect for an afternoon snack but you can even use it as an on-the-go breakfast as well.
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If you love granola recipes naturally sweetened with delicious honey, then be sure to check out our friend Marly’s recipe for Peanut Butter Pecan Granola or our Eastern Shore Honey Granola recipe also.
Marly McMillen, MBA, is a COO-turned entrepreneur and earned a plant-based pro certification from Rouxbe Cooking School. She publishes about recipes, health, creativity, living authentically, and the business of blogging at NamelyMarly and Chopped Academy.