These Chocolate Victory Bars triumph over mass-market nut-and-chocolate energy bars. I started toying with this recipe when news of salmonella-tainted peanut butter broke in October 2009 and my favorite energy bars, Luna Nutz Over Chocolate, were pulled from grocery store shelves. Think of these fairly nutritious peanut-chocolate bars as less of a diet food and more like a healthy candy bar.
What to buy: Crispy brown rice cereal, flax seed meal, wheat germ, and brown rice syrup are available at many health food and grocery stores.
Nutritional information: Serving Size 1 Bar (1.8oz/52g), Calories 218, Total Fat 8.5g, Saturated Fat 2.4g, Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0.8mg, Sodium 122mg, Total Carb 37.7g, Fiber 3.9g, Sugars 13.7g, Protein 4.8g. (Nutritional information was calculated via SparkRecipes’ Recipe Calculator.)
This recipe was featured as part of our Superpower Energy Bars for School Days and Work Days project.
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