Stir it all together and press it in to the bottom of a foil lined 8×8 baking dish. Then refrigerate for a couple hours, slice and enjoy!
Can I make these granola bars vegan?
Yes! These granola bars can be made vegan by substituting the honey for agave nectar. I would not recommend using maple syrup in place of the honey as it’s not quite thick enough to help bind everything together.
Can I add different dried fruits and nuts? Chocolate chips?
Of course! Chocolate chips are one of my favorite granola bar add-ins and would taste great with this peanut buttery base. Just make sure you keep the ingredient ratios the same.
If you’re subbing chocolate chips for dried cherries, use 1/2 a cup of chocolate chips in place of the 1/2 cup of dried cherries. Same goes for the nuts or pumpkin seeds; keep the ratios the same and the granola bars will turn out great!