Oct. 19th, 2008

pastfancy: (Default)
I think I may have lost count, but I hope I have caught up on everyone I owe questions to, and this will be the last set of questions I had dangling... So I'm reporting/restarting on my end. Let me know if I owe you answers, and if you want questions!

1. Leave me a comment saying you want to do the meme.
2. I'll respond by asking you five personal questions so I can get to know you better.
3. You should update your LJ with the answers to the questions.
4. You should include this explanation and offer to ask someone else in the post.
5. When others comment asking to be asked, you will ask them five questions.

Questions from [livejournal.com profile] touchofwinter

Read more... )
pastfancy: (Default)
Ok so... I love chewy granola bars. My problem is that most granola cereal and bars either have nuts in them or have the nut warning. A while ago, we became aware of Cascadian Farm products, and they had a Oat and Honey granola cereal that was NUT FREE! Then, about a month ago, I found they had chewy granola bars too, and specifically, Vanilla Chip Chewy Granola bars that are Nut Free and freakin' tasty as all get out!

Being the thrifty person I am, am unhappy paying for a box of 6 pre-made bars, when I am sure that I could make and bake these things myself. Trouble is, I have never made granola bars before, from scratch, from a recipe, or otherwise.

But, I had an idea. What if I can buy a box of the Oat and Honey granola cereal and turn it into the chewy bars (I don't really need the vanilla chips)? The ingredients are approximately the same, I linked both products below...



So, if anyone has ideas on how to morph the cereal into bars, I would love to hear it. Ideally, I'd like them to still be healthy-ish, and I am not opposed to using/trying things like agave or other vegetarian/vegan products.

Thanks in advance!


pastfancy: (Default)

June 2009

 1234 56

Style Credit

Expand Cut Tags

No cut tags
Page generated Sep. 20th, 2017 04:19 pm
Powered by Dreamwidth Studios