|by Tarla Dalal|
DESCRIPTION The very sight of corn triggers the gastronomic juices. Bhutta is certainly a welcome treat at any time of the day.
1 - 10 of 47 for granola bars corn syrup
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Pour melted butter ... almost cool, cut bars, then wrap ... may substitute honey or maple syrup for the light corn syrup. Syrup if you like a sweeter bar.
In large bowl, ... brown sugar and corn syrup. Bring to ... over cereal mixture; mix well. Press into 13 x 9 inch pan sprayed with Pam. Cool; cut into bars.
Beat sugar, butter, peanut butter and corn syrup until creamy. Add ... pan. Bake 350 degrees about 25 minutes. Cool. Cut into bars. Makes 1 1/2 dozen bars.
Heat corn syrup to boiling in ... smooth. Stir in granola. Pat mixture ... buttered pan, with a dampened spatula. Cool 1 hour. Cut into bars about 2x1 inch.
Heat oven to ... butter, sugar, and syrup until light and ... mix oats and chips. Press firmly into pan. Bake 20 to 23 minutes. Cool a couple hours. Cut.
Butter a 9 ... quart saucepan, boil corn syrup for 1 minute ... butter. Stir in granola. Work fast ... spatula. Cool for an hour before cutting into bars.
In a large ... peanut butter and syrup until creamy. Add ... completely cool. Cut into squares, and store into a lightly covered container. Makes 2 dozen.
Cream: Add: Optional ... gets too hard if fairly soft after baking. Cool COMPLETELY before removing from pan. Melt together. Spread on partly cooled bars.
Pound the granola into small pieces, ... set aside. Pour corn syrup into a large ... Cool and cut into squares. Store in reasonably air-tight container.
Line a 9 ... wax paper. Bring corn syrup to boil. Add ... Add raisins and granola (reserve 1 cup). ... Press. Refrigerate 1/2 hour and then cut into bars.
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