Recipe Entered By: AmyH
Recipe Created By: Michelle Osterhoudt
|1/2 cup, approximately peanut-free soynut butter
2/3 cup, approximately Enjoy Life Foods Apple Cranberry Mueslix or other safe crunchy flavor cereal
3 Tbsp honey
1/3 cup Vance's Dari-Free or other dairy-free powdered milk substitute
1/2 cup, approximately dairy & nut-free chocolate chips
1/2 cup soy nuts (optional)
1/2 cup dried fruit (optional)
|Mix soy nut butter and honey together with a spoon or mixer.
Add in the Vance's dari-free and mix well. You may need to start "kneading" the mixture.
Omit or add cereal depending on what you'd like. If mixture is still on the runny side just add more Dari-Free.
Add in your chocolate chips or soy nuts or dried fruit.
Lay out some parchment paper to put your sticks on. I form into "sticks" about 1" - 1 1/2 " wide and about 3 inches in length and about 1/2" deep. This makes them more compact and less likely to break.
Place on parchment paper until all are made & then place in pint size freezer baggies.
Keep in freezer.
I've also dipped the "power sticks" in melted safe chocolate chips to make into a "candy bar" - but they do melt and make messy little fingers.
You may want to add more or less soy nut butter or more or less cereal or more or less Dari-free. We've been omitting the ELF cereal lately because we are out and just increasing the Dari-free.
|If desired, substitute soy nuts or dried fruit for chocolate chips.
Use dairy, wheat and/or gluten free ingredients as necessary. Be sure to verify that the cereal is safe for your allergens.
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