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I got this off the back of my package of ROGERS old fashioned large flake oats package. I am using an organic, multigrain crisp rice and nut butter for at least half of the butter in the recipe. The remaining "butter" I will use BECEL olive oil spread. I will use some raw sunflower seeds and GRADE no.1 organic honey. I also have some yummy dried blueberries and some unsweetened freeze dried strawberries I'm gonna try...

...choose the combination of nut, seeds and dried fruits to suit your taste!

2 1/2 cups ROGERS large oat flakes
2 cups crisp rice
1 cup unsweetened coconut
1 cup nuts*
1 cup dried fruits*
1 cup seeds*
1/2 cup butter or margarine
1/2 cup honey
1 cup brown sugar

Combine oats, crisp rice, coconut, nuts, dried fruits and seeds; set aside.

Place butter, honey and brown sugar in a large pot. Over medium heat stir and combine as the butter melts. When mixture begins to bubble, add dry ingredients and stir well. Cook approximately 7 minutes until mixture is light goldenn brown, stirring constantly to prevent over-browning. Lower heat if mixture is darkening too quickly. Press into a greased 9x13" pan. press down and allow to cool completely. Cut into bars and wrap individually.

Makes 20-24 bars.

* For "U-Design" bars use any of the following or combinations of
seeds: sesame, sunflower, pumpkin seeds
nuts: sliced almonds, chopped hazelnuts, pecans or walnuts
dried fruits: raisins, cranberries, chopped apricots or dried apples


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