Here’s another great low fat recipe that will fill you with energy!  You can make a lot of variations of this granola bar by adding or subtracting ingredients.  To make it more low fat/cal you can take out the chocolate, almonds or berries. Other than that, these granola bars are almost fat free!



Ingredients Makes 12 Bars

(2) c. Fat free Granola
(1/4) c.  Corn Flakes
(1/2) c. Slivered Almonds
(1/2) c. I can Believe It’s Not Butter! (Melted or in liquid form)
(1/2) c. Bittersweet or Dark Chocolate Chips
(1/2) c. Honey
(2) Egg Whites
(1/2) c. Brown Splenda
(1/8) c. Raisins
(1/8) c. Cranberries

How To Oven @ 375

(1) Chop up chocolate chips using a good serrated knife.  You want the chocolate to be about the same size as the granola you’re using-even a little smaller. Place in a large bowl.


(2) Toast almonds in a small pan on medium heat.  Move the almonds frequently, they burn up quick! You’ll know they’re done when they start turning a little golden brown and fragrant. When ready, chop the almonds up and throw them into the bowl.


(3) Add the granola, berries, cranberry, raisins, and corn flakes in the bowl. Mix well.
Next add the honey, splenda brown sugar, butter & egg whites.  Make sure the granola mixture is fully incorporated with the wet ingredients.

(4) Line a cake pan with parchment paper and spray with non-stick spray. Let the granola cook for about 15 minutes or until they are slightly brown on top. Let cool, then place in the fridge until completely hardened.  I left mine in the fridge overnight so they were easy to cut through without falling apart.

(5) Cut into 12 even squares and enjoy!  It’s best to keep these in the fridge and take out an hour before you serve so everything sticks together and it doesn’t fall apart 🙂