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garlic A. January 15, 2015
If you cut back on the sugar and honey etc, I think it would crumble more. So perhaps after baking, instead of trying to cut it into bars, I would just store chunks in an airtight container and use it as regular granola -- like a topping for yogurt etc. Let me know how it works for you.
AntoniaJames January 14, 2015
Whoa, these looks so good! The recipe seems to call for a bit more sweetener than I typically would use for that quantity of nuts, oats, etc., especially with the coconut and raisins. If I cut back on both the sugar and the honey, should I add something else to ensure that it binds properly - and doesn't just end up being great granola? Thanks so much. ;o)
Kris September 2, 2015
maybe cut the sugar and raisins completely and use dates instead. They should help stick. You could use figs too. I am not sure of the quantity. I want to try sometime soon. Will update when I do. Or if you do want the raisins, pulse it or chop roughly so it breaks up and sticks.
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