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CHEWY Granola Bars With No HFCS

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The Corn Refiner’s Association tells us that high-fructose corn syrup is what makes your favorite chewy cookies, granola bars, etc. so chewy.  Some manufacturers do go that route, sure.  But there are other ways to make bakery items chewy without using hfcs! (I’ll post my chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe later!)

But this post is about a new chewy granola bar by Amish Naturals, set to be on store shelves next month!  Since it’s not out yet, I can’t add it to the list (yet).  But when it does come out I will not only add it to the list, but I’ll write a review here for it as well.

According to this press release, the chewy granola bars will come in the following flavors:

Dark Chocolate (Five 1.4 oz bars per carton; each bar contains 2 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein)

Peanut Butter (Five 1.4 oz bars per carton; each bar contains 3 grams of fiber and 5 grams of protein)

Fiber-Rich Peanut Butter (Five 1.4 oz bars per carton; each bar contains 7 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein)

Fiber-Rich Fruit and Nut (Five 1.4 oz bars per carton; each bar contains 7 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein)

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