Any time of year is my favorite time for gluten-free snacks, but in the summer I like to make things that take less time in the kitchen. These little bars of oatmeal and molasses are so easy to stir together that I don’t even need the mixer. I stir them together, pop the pan in the oven, set the timer and come back later.
These bars are sweet, so you might like them with less sugar than what I’ve called for. When I follow this recipe, my husband will eat them, too. That’s great because then I don’t need to make a separate pan of treats for him.
Chocolate and crunchy join together in a gluten-free bar that is sweet but not full of refined sugars. With honey and peanut butter to hold it all together, the cocoa powder and chocolate chips add another level of flavor to the crispy rice cereal.
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This chocolate-rich bar is one of my favorites. It’s made with almonds, brown sugar, vanilla and, of course, chocolate. It can satisfy my sweet tooth just about any time. This recipe is easy to make and sure to please even picky eaters.
Although this may not seem such an exciting recipe for many cooks, for me this is an exceptional treat.
Even if the new Kellogg’s® Rice Krispies® Gluten Free cereal weren’t whole grain rice…I’d still make this gluten-free snack at least once just to celebrate the first time in about 12 years that I could make an old favorite. You see, I haven’t had Rice Krispies® in a long time, but now they are available in a gluten-free version. So, after enjoying a couple of breakfasts out of that cereal box, I set out to make some of those quick and easy, crowd-pleasing treats from long ago. They really are easy!
Yesterday I was trying to find a new way to make some of my favorite things. I was contemplating different combinations, varying shapes and textures, flours with more fiber. Gluten-free oatmeal snacks with walnuts instead of pecans. Bars instead of cookies.