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Serving size: 1 each
Recipe category: Snacks
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Difficulty: Easy
Calories: 153 (8% DV)
Fat: 7g (11% DV)
Carbohydrates: 19g (6% DV)
Protein: 4g (9% DV)
Description: homemade energy bar
Ingredients:  Makes 24 servings (24 each)
2-1/2  cups
2  cups
1/2  cup
1/2  cup
2/3  cup
1  cup
2  teaspoons
1  teaspoon

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Combine the rice cereal, oats, dried fruit, and nuts in a large bowl.

Combine the syrup and nut butter in a small saucepan over medium heat, stirring until melted and well-blended. Stir in vanilla until blended.

Pour nut butter mixture over cereal mixture, stirring until coated (use a wooden spoon at first, then get your hands in it. It will be sticky, but this way you can really coat everything. Just scrape off your hands when you're done). Press mixture firmly into a 9x13 pan (sprayed with nonstick cooking spray) using a large square of wax paper (reallty press it down.) Cool in pan on a wire rack and chill at least 30 minutes to help it set. Cut into 24 bars. (Wrap bars tightly in plastic wrap or snack bags and store in the refreigerator).
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