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These grab-and-go snacks are nutritious and super simple to make
Some things are just better when they’re made from scratch—and making something with your own two hands provides such satisfaction. When you cook from scratch, you know exactly what ingredients go into your meals, and it gives you flexibility to adjust your recipe for any dietary or taste preferences.
These granola bars are nutritious and super easy to make yourself (and you can even freeze them). Have ’em on hand for before or after your next workout, or make them ahead of time for camping trips.
It’s hard to get healthier than a recipe full of raw ingredients like this, but feel free to switch it up! Don’t like cranberries? Swap for dried cherries. Try different kinds of nuts. Keep it nutritious, but make sure you enjoy what you’re eating.
½ cup of rainbow (or regular) quinoa, rinsed
¼ cup almonds, chopped, slivers or broken up in a food processor
Makes approximately 8 to 10 bars