These super simple and quick to put together peanut butter granola bars are pretty amazing. Not only are they made with just a few pantry staples, they are also inexpensive to make at home.
Plus, they are so incredibly easy, the children are able to help. I absolutely love teaching my children new kitchen skills.
Which is definitely something my little ones love to do!
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Peanut Butter Granola Bars
These homemade granola bars make a great anytime sweet treat. And with only 4 simple ingredients!
They definitely taste much better than store bought granola bars. And making them at home allows us to avoid some of the unhealthy ingredients.
I make these peanut butter granola bars for my family whenever they want a simple sweet treat.
Oh, and I forgot one of the BEST things about these granola bars! They are no bake!
Simply mix up the ingredients, press into a baking dish and allow for cool down time.
Slice up into bars, and enjoy!
See? Super easy, peasy!
For our family, we don’t eat a ton of processed sugar. We don’t avoid it completely, but we do limit it.
Instead, I love to replace most of our sweet treats with local, raw honey. It is the perfect sweet treat. And straight from nature.
For this granola bar recipe, I use local honey, creamy peanut butter, oats, and dark chocolate chips on top.
More Toppings Ideas:
Mini chocolate chips make a great addition instead of regular chocolate chips. Just use what you have in your pantry!
Don’t have chocolate chips on hand? Try a few of these options instead:
- Butterscotch chips
- Peanut butter chip & chocolate chip combo
- Chia seeds for a little crunch
- Chopped up pretzels for a little salty crunch
- Mini caramel chips
How to Store these Granola Bars
After cutting the granola bars, they can be stored in an airtight container for up to a week. If they even last that long!
For our family of six, these granola bars never last for more than a couple of days.
Store it in the refrigerator to keep it fresh.
I like to store ours in these glass lock storage containers. Definitely a favorite multi purpose storage container around here!