Chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars

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What could taste better than this recipe for Chewy Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars? They are a great snack for the kids, who will love the special blend of peanut butter and chocolate, and you can be glad for the multi grain cheerios that make up a big part of the recipe. This snack is crunchy, sweet, and nutritious. What more can you ask for in something you serve your kids?

Peanuts and peanut butter made without added sugar or salt are nutritional powerhouses. Peanuts contain a whole range of anti-oxidants that are important in fighting free radicals in the body. As well, peanuts contain LDL (good fats) and plenty of protein. They are stick to the ribs foods that give kids plenty of get up and go. Leave peanuts in the shell for your kids to grab and pop in their pockets wherever they go. That way you can feel good about what they are snacking on, and know they are getting good food, from home. Chocolate is also good for you. Today, we recommend chocolate of at least 70 percent cocoa in order to lower the amount of sugar that is in the chocolate. This level is easy to find, although it may take some time for the kids to get over the milk chocolate or even the semi-sweet variety. Keep adding in the heavier chocolate with whatever you have used in the past and eventually you can eliminate the other, lighter chocolate altogether. Everything works better in baby steps—just be sure to take them.

This is an easy recipe that can be pulled together in just a few minutes. It blends the well-known and popular tastes of peanuts and chocolate and provides a good energy boost throughout the day. Bookmark the recipe for some upcoming baking day.

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