Saturday, August 09, 2008

Ndjerareou's go organic!

 What do you do when you have leftover Kashi cereal?  Somehow I brought the wrong one home.  (I know-you're not surprised I have Kashi leftover's.)  Can you believe they actually put this on the box: A mix of crunchy fiber twigs, crispy soy protein grahams, and Sesame Puffs. 
I'm sure it's great for you but how do get people to eat it?   This is how:
Homemade Kashi Granola Bars
1 cup agave nectar or honey
1 cup Jiffy Natural Peanut butter (this is my new favorite! No stir!)
2 cups Cereal
1 cup dried fruit or chocolate chips

Mix honey and peanut butter on a stove top till warm. Mix fruit with cereal. Then pour over cereal and stir.  Press into pan and set aside.  Cut into strips and wrap in tin foil.  


Katie said...

How good is this because it sounds good? Is it just good or really good because I'm not buying Kashi cereal if I don't have to. And I am definitely doing choc. chips not fruit.

Katie said...

also- ps- don't tell Shaun

pps- does Nate know about this? This is a very liberal move, you know?


Sarah Kay said...

It's actually really good--but I wouldn't buy Kashi if you don't think you'll eat it. Use what ever left over cereal your family has around that's somewhat healthy. I think it would taste great with Cheerios. My husband has a habit of buying HUGE amounts of Grape Nuts that sit in the cupboard for at least a year. I'm trying to decide if I'm brave enough to make it with Grape Nuts.
Oh and these were one of my organic recipes that really surprised Nate.


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