Another member posted a similar recipe adapted by Matt Amsden, but I thought I would post the original recipe since it is so simple, and for all you “newbies” it tastes better than any store bought breakfast bars.

Recipe Directions

Follow preparation directions and then just mix together in a bowl. (I use strawberries cause I like them best but you can use any fresh berries you like.) Put batter on teflex sheet about 1/2 inch thick. Dehydrate 12 hrs at 100f, then flip and dehydrate 12 more hours. When you flip, you may want to slice into bars so they’re easier to separate when they are done.

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Another member posted a similar recipe adapted by Matt Amsden, but I thought I would post the original recipe since it is so simple, and for all you “newbies” it tastes better than any store bought breakfast bars.

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Sorry I haven't checked this in a while. This will make about 12 to 18 bars, depending on how you cut them. I never tried making them without the dehydrator but I'm sure you can use your oven on low, just not for too long. They may come out less crunchy but I like the taste of the mix even before it gets dehydrated.

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--Also, how many bars does this make?

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These look very good - how could I make them without a dehydrator? If I bake them on the lowest setting my oven will go on (I think it's 125?) will that work if I watch them carefully?

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