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Freezer-Friendly Breakfast Cereal Bars

By: Blair Lonergan from
Freezer-Friendly Breakfast Cereal Bars
Freezer-Friendly Breakfast Cereal Bars

"You only need about 10-minutes to prepare these no-bake Freezer-Friendly Breakfast Cereal Bars for a nutritious and satisfying meal on-the-go! When I knew that I wanted to make some grab-and-go cereal bars to make mornings easy (but still tasty), I just reached for two of the kids’ favorites that I happened to have on hand: the Oatmeal Squares and the Rice Krispies. I added other nutrient-and-energy-packed ingredients like flaxseed, almonds, and dried fruit for a meal that would keep the little ones energized and sharp for their busy school days. In about 10 minutes, you can stir together this pan of goodness, which doesn’t even require baking. Allow the bars to set in the refrigerator for a couple of hours and keep them on hand for your busiest days. They stay thick, soft, and chewy on the counter for a few days, you can keep them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for about a week, or even wrap them tightly and stash them in the freezer. When it’s time to thaw a frozen bar or two, just leave it on the counter (or in the refrigerator) overnight. In a pinch, pop a bar straight from the freezer into the microwave on low power for a few seconds until softer. The chocolate chips will get ooey and gooey, and your family might just think that they’re eating dessert instead of cereal bars!"

Yields16 bars

Preparation Time10 min

Chilling Time1 hr

Cooking Vessel Size8-inch square baking dish

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This is a fantastic breakfast-on-the-go idea!

I love make-ahead breakfasts, so this is definitely something I need to make for the busy work week. Thank you!


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