These breakfast bars are easy to make ahead of time and can eaten at home or on the go. Chances are they wont last long, they had a way of disappearing pretty fast at my house!

Enjoy!

Healthy Breakfast Bars, Healthy Kid's Recipes, Autumn Calabrese, 21 Day Fix, Healthy Breakfast RecipesWhat You Need:

Bars:
2 cups old fashioned oats
1 cup slivered almonds
4 Tablespoons honey&

1 Tablespoon coconut oil
1 teaspoon salt
1  teaspoon cinnamon
2 bananas
1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder* optional

Topping:
1/2 cup old fashioned oats
1/4 cup slivered almonds
1/4 cup pumpkin seeds
1 cup fresh organic blueberries
1/4 cup of coconut-almond milk (or plain coconut or plain almond milk)
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon

Full directions for baking here

 

Healthy Breakfast Bars, Healthy Kid's Recipes, Autumn Calabrese, 21 Day Fix, Healthy Breakfast Recipes

[source: Oatmeal Superfood Breakfast Bars | A Healthy Life For Me]
 
 
Your partner in health,
 
 
Autumn Calabrese

11 Comments

  • Gabrielle

    Do we know what this recipe represent container wise? I don’t see a reply from previous comments above. Thank you!

  • sophie

    what would this is container wise?

  • Deena

    also, I would not be adding the scoop of protein powder unless I can use chocolate Shakeology!

  • Deena

    What would the container count be for one serving? 1 Blue, 1 or 2 Yellow?, 1 Purple, red or orange? Thank you! I want to make these but I have to make sure how to fit it into my nutrition plan!

  • Deena

    What is the container count per serving? 1 Red, 1 purple, 1 Blue and 1 yellow?

  • jody

    Hello this is just a general food question, I feel like I’m making it more challenging than need be. If I’m hungry at night is it ok to eat fruit? Also are small wholewheat tortillas ok for making veggie pizzas?
    Thanks so much for any comments back:)

  • Laura

    I’m sure you can use any other veggie oil. Avocado oil would probably work well. Olive oil has a stronger flavor so it would be noticeable.

  • Cindy

    Is there an alternative for the coconut oil?
    I am allergic to coconut.

    • Elizabeth

      Hey Cindy – I’m sure you could use ghee. It’s a compatible substitute for baking.

    • Kristen

      I’d say use almond oil. Or avocado. Or something else that you are allowed to use. Hope that helps

    • Lela Johnson

      Olive oil.

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