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Ripley

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Vegan oatmeal bars recipes needed. Please and Thank You!
« on: February 01, 2017, 07:08:35 PM »
I happen to have a lot of oatmeal and my daughter happens to love oatmeal bars and is a vegan.  I've been buying already made vegan oatmeal bars, but dang are those things expensive. If anyone has any bars they've tried that would be awesome!

cicero

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Re: Vegan oatmeal bars recipes needed. Please and Thank You!
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2017, 08:15:40 PM »
Try this recipe https://www.google.com/amp/s/allrecipes.com/recipe/81298/playgroup-granola-bars/amp/?client=ms-android-motorola



I've made them many times.  It's a *very* for giving and flexible recipe.

I've substituted oil for butter (I think my sister uses coconut oil.)

You can adjust the grains as well,  I usually mix different types of oats and different flours.

Substitute date honey or molasses for honey.  You can skip the sugar or reduce the amount but don't omit honey or molasses,  it's what really holds them together.

I don't know about the egg -  I've never not used it,  but I believe you can use a vegan substitute.

Hope thus works!

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Dazi

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Re: Vegan oatmeal bars recipes needed. Please and Thank You!
« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2017, 08:46:09 PM »
Try this recipe https://www.google.com/amp/s/allrecipes.com/recipe/81298/playgroup-granola-bars/amp/?client=ms-android-motorola



I've made them many times.  It's a *very* for giving and flexible recipe.

I've substituted oil for butter (I think my sister uses coconut oil.)

You can adjust the grains as well,  I usually mix different types of oats and different flours.

Substitute date honey or molasses for honey.  You can skip the sugar or reduce the amount but don't omit honey or molasses,  it's what really holds them together.

I don't know about the egg -  I've never not used it,  but I believe you can use a vegan substitute.

Hope thus works!

You can use ground chia seeds or flax seed in place of the egg. Honey isn't vegan, but you can use molasses or agave syrup. And honestly, you don't need the flour either, you can use just another cup of oats.
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