Recipe Directions

Mix all the ingredients in a mixing bowl. Form into bars and place on Teflex sheets. Top with some coconut. Dehydrate for about 20 hours (or until dry) flipping halfway. Store them in a sealed container in the refrigerator to keep them crunchy…

Carlamartins's Thoughts

I was experimenting.. Turned out pretty good.. All the amounts are approximate.. I just threw it all together and adjusted to my taste…

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Sazzuhope's Review

Coconut Lime Granola Bars
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This was truly amazing! I added some pepitas and honey (as suggested) and it came out great! Next time I will try to make the bars smaller (I made 9) to be a good size for snacking. The size for 9 or 10 is good if you want a complete breakfast bar.

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These were delicious. I used the juice of a lime and a half but next time I would use at least two and a half maybe even three limes. I also added a small amount of honey but will definitely add more. We fought over the one I put on the plate but luckily there were more in the cupboard.;)

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Yes, coconut and lime are the best combination! :)

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Kitschy...You could probably just freeze, or refrigerate them!! Or not even that.. I ate a whole lot of it while I was making the bars!! It tastes really good.. The buckwheaties add the crunch to it... I loved it...

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This flavor combo sounds soooo good. Damn! I need a dehydrator, pronto!

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