Paleo Granola Bars are kid-friendly, can make a great Paleo breakfast and if you have them pre-made they are a great snack when you’re in a pinch.
I was initially inspired to make a paleo granola bar when I saw this post on Mark’s Daily Apple.
I created this recipe by going back and forth between Mark’s post and this one from Joyful Abode.
I played around a bit with the ingredients they used and the method and this recipe was my initial result.
Since the first time I made these, I have played around with the ingredients and the process a lot and I highly recommend you do so as well and make your own version. If you’re a fan of strawberries, you might want to check out my Strawberry Paleo Snack Bars.
The most recent version of these I made, I tested out reducing the honey by 50%, replacing the sunflower butter with coconut butter and then dehydrating them after 1 hour of resting in the fridge. They didn’t stay together as well as they did before but the dehydrator created a great granola that I then stored in a mason jar in my pantry.
If you don’t have a dehydrator, I totally understand because it’s not an everyday use product, and instead of using a dehydrator you can try baking them in the oven. I’ve yet to give it a try myself but I’ve seen other bloggers successfully experiment with it.
If you’re not a fan of granola bars, but used to be a cereal fan, you can easily turn this Paleo granola bar recipe into a Paleo cereal by breaking them up, throwing them into a bowl with some milk (coconut, almond or grass-fed milk) and shoveling it into your piehole by the spoonful for a tasty Paleo breakfast. :)