Healthy Granola Bar Snacks
Homemade granola bars are a healthy alternative to store-bought snacks and a great way to save money, too. Whether you like 'em crunchy or chewy, you'll love our granola bar recipes.See Popular Healthy Granola Bar Snacks Recipes
These chewy oatmeal bars have an added kick of flavor with Pace® Salsa and apricot preserves.
The nut, raisin, and coconut filling tops whole grain crust in these nutty grain-filled cookie bars.
Melted marshmallows are the "glue" that holds these chewy granola bars together.
These moist and chewy treats have a good-for-you secret ingredient. Don't tell--it's protein-rich beans!
Kellogg's® All-Bran® Strawberry Medley cereal melds with mixed dried fruits, creating a chewy, crunchy granola bar.
This no-bake cookie bar is great for a snack or breakfast on the go.
Serve these whole grain and fruit bars for a take and go breakfast or an after school snack.
This sweet treat is a healthful mix of fruit and nuts.
Layers of apples and mascarpone cheese top a granola bar crust in this unique dessert recipe.
These no-bake bars make enough for a crowd. Make them to take to work, school, or a party.
Pumpkin pie spice flavors the yogurt in these healthy parfaits. They're layered with crushed granola bars and canned pumpkin to create a simple snack or dessert.
For this sweet snack, layer yogurt, granola, almonds and honey and top with fresh berries. It's also fantastic for dessert.
Never underestimate the ravenousness of a child just out of school. It might be the first moment that a kid can pause to reflect on the day, or it might be your only chance to shovel some nutrition into his face before band rehearsal, dance class, or field-hockey practice. Don't pass up this golden opportunity!
And now, a pitch for why granola should be your new go-to midmorning or afternoon healthy snack (along with some granola recipes to tempt you). As the Sweet Spot blogger, I've probably made the foods I love pretty obvious. Mostly I like natural sweetness and sweeteners, and it's true that I will choose sweet over salty about 95 percent of the time.
Rarely a day goes by that we're not struck by the late-afternoon sugar slump. And in that time of desperation the office vending machine becomes our work BFF. Who cares how many calories are in those sodas, crackers, candy bars, and chips?
Does your kid's lunch room look like the floor of the New York Stock Exchange? When I was in grade school, I remember myself and all my friends bargaining, haggling, and trading the contents of their lunchboxes, hoping to upgrade whatever mom had packed for them. Nowadays, because of increased awareness of food allergies (click for nut-free school lunch recipes), lunchtime trading is forbidden, and anything your kids don't want to eat either gets tossed or returned, untouched, to you. Which situation is worse? On the one hand, trading meant we could theoretically eat a meal comprised entirelyread more