The simple combination of oats, nuts, honey and oil has been showing up in children's lunch boxes for longer than we can remember—but what makes a granola bar truly great? This recipe pushed the boundaries of virtuosity, jamming more texture and flavor into the classic granola bar format than ever seen before. As if that wasn’t enough we spike up the flavor barometer with a ribbon of maple syrup, bringing out the oaty, nutty magic of the bar and making this a recipe you’ll be begging to bring with you on all of life’s adventures.

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Bake Club Granola Bars



Heat the oven to 325°F. Pan spray a 8x8” square baking dish.


In a large bowl mix together maple, olive oil, nut butter and vanilla with a whisk until well combined. Add in oats, almond flour, cornstarch and salt and mix to combine with a spatula. Stir in pecans and chocolate chips. Transfer the mixture into the greased baking dish.


Bake at 325°F for 45 minutes until the bars are a deep, gooey golden brown all around. Remove from the oven and cool completely at room temperature.


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