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I need a granola bar recipe that doesn't fall apart

Jpan99 | Mar 3, 201512:19 PM     15

Every time I try one the bars fall apart so I just get granola. I need a bar recipe that will stick together and stay that way. I'm thinking a chewy bar has a better chance than crunchy ones.

Would like a recipe that has been tried successfully. I've scanned the web but not finding anything with great confidence. I'm vacuum sealing them and shipping them off in a navy care package so want to be sure they don't end up as cereal at the final destination. Have had great success vacuum sealing other bars (brownies, blondies, magic bars...) so think a chewy granola bar should make it okay.

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