We had these while visiting some friends in Minneapolis and they were really good.
From a friend (these granola bars are really tasty): "I've sent you the recipe I use as a base, but I usually add flax seed (ground or whole), dark chocolate chips, a couple tablespoons of peanut butter, chopped cashews, applesauce, bananas dried cherries or other fruit...mix and match based on what sounds good to you. I've really reduced the sugar from the original recipe (it calls for 3/4 cup br. sugar) because I usually add chocolate - plenty sweet. I don't usually cook for the full 30 minutes, because we like them chewier."
Elbs asked for the recipe a while ago too, so I'm sending this to the whole family.
Jon & Er asked for a copy of Lori's cookies recipe so I thought I'd send it around more broadly in case any of the rest of you haven't enjoyed the scrumptiousness lately.
I came across a recipe for a homemade equivalent of Clif Bars. I modified a few of the ingredients to reflect what supplies our cupboards contained with positive results.
I thought I'd share a recipe for mushroom lentil burgers that I made this past weekend and really enjoyed.
I'm making these cookies and since it is our current favorite recipe I thought I'd share it with you!!
This is a recipe that is not, maybe, for everyone. Our roommate Cindy’s first and only response was “well, it’s not chocolate cake” Now we warn her of that sad fact before she tastes anything we bake.