How to make it

  • Coat a 13" X 9" baking pan with non-stick spray and set aside.
  • Mix the egg, egg white, sugar and brown sugar until smooth.
  • Add the oil and vanilla; mix 10 to 15 seconds.
  • Add flour, baking soda and salt. Mix until just blended. Add oats and incorporate.
  • Mix in extra ingredients (apples, raisins, etc) with a fork.
  • Transfer the dough to the prepared pan; press into pan with wet fingers.
  • Bake at 350F for 25 to 30 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Cool in the pan.

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    " It was excellent "
    ArtsyandFit ate it and said...
    i used dried cranberries and I must say this IS the easiest and yummiest recipe ever!!! I teach a healthy eating class and this is going to them tomorrow...they're gonna love it. :)
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  • Peblzgirl 3 years ago
    Very yummy! I followed the recipe to the letter with the exception of the added fruit and I doubled the batch. I let them cool and cut into bars and placed them into plastic food storage bags. Very moist and delicious. I knew they wouldn't last long so I'm glad I doubled the recipe!! Thanks so much for sharing!
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    " It was excellent "
    anana14 ate it and said...
    Fantastic! Just made these and they are great. I didn't add any fruit, but I did add about 2 Tbsp of molasses. They aren't dry at all and my kids are loving them! Will definately be making these again, Thanks for the recipe!
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    " It was excellent "
    Jessica1976 ate it and said...
    These are great!!! My whole family loves them!!! Thank you!!
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  • jenrobinson 4 years ago
    I will try this for my son. He is only 13 months old but he really likes the Gerber Graduates Nutrigrain-like bars. And they're just so expensive. He has stopped wanting oatmeal spoonfed to him and he isn't ready to feed himself with a spoon. So I am going to try these. I will probably try by replacing the oil with applesauce though to keep it a bit healthier.
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  • jumpingjack 6 years ago
    This looks great!
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  • modelsmom 6 years ago
    Oh man, I just wish I'd found this recipe when there was more than 1 day left of Feb vacation! We were snowed in for a couple of days, & my oldest would've loved to make these (made brownies, but these are way healthier)!
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  • michellem 6 years ago
    These sound very good and I can't wait to try them!! Thanks..M
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  • silentc 6 years ago
    Hmm, that's weird. I've never had them come out that dry. Maybe because I normally put chopped apples in them - that probably makes them more moist.
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  • ksnull 6 years ago
    They were quite dry. I guess that's the low-fat part. We were able to take the entire thing out of the pan at once..but couldn't cut it with a knife. We had to use both hands to break off chunks. The taste was ok, but my daughter wouldn't touch it, afraid she would break her teeth..lol.
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  • silentc 6 years ago
    Ksnull - I hope she likes them. My nieces love them, and they're pretty picky!
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  • ksnull 6 years ago
    I was looking specifically for a healthy oatmeal bar recipe as an alternative to buying the Quaker bars - this just might be something my daughter would try.
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  • lunasea 6 years ago
    I have bookmarked your recipe. It sounds so delicious and is the kind of treat I love. Thanks!

    Luna
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