Isa Chandra Moskowitz
Isa Chandra Moskowitz has been cooking up a vegan storm for decades. She is the author of seven cookbooks, including Veganomicon and Appetite for Reduction. A Brooklyn native, she now lives in Omaha, Nebraska, where she spreads vegan cooking love and does feral cat rescue work.see more from this author
Wow, these are delicious. Very easy to make and so, so good. I use Crazy Richard crunchy peanut butter and prefer the little peanuts in it. Awesome recipe!!!
I make these bars almost every other week and keep them in the fridge. I’ve altered them by adding chopped crystallized ginger, raisins, and sometimes chopped choc chips. I’ve also experimented with reducing the sugars & salt and subbed honey for the brown rice syrup. All good!
I used almond butter, instead of peanut; all maple syrup cause I had no whatever else it calls for; I added 1/4 cup goji berries and somewhere between 1/3 and 1/2 cup 100% cacao chips- mixed enough that some melted chocolate was blended everywhere but there were still intact chip pieces, as well: absolutely to die for. Haven’t been able to store any leftovers either of the four times I’ve made it so far.
These are my go to recipe. I don’t use or have the brown rice syrup so I just double the maple syrup. Always a winner for my spouse.
Absolutely delicious! I added a few chopped nuts and some coconut flakes. I make these bars often, there are always a box of them in the cupboard. Thanks for the recipe!
I made these and they were delicious just as written. My husband loved them also. Thank you for this great simple recipe.
If I wanted to add some nuts, seeds, dried fruit, or vegan chocolate chips would I need to alter or add more to any of the other ingredients? Thanks.
They are so delicious! Can they be frozen?
hmmmm… 1/2cup syrup to 1/2cup peanut butter. That seems like a lot of sweetener. Maybe I’d add raisins, currants
or ground flax seeds or walnuts/pecans/ peanuts…
SO easy and positively fantastic. My husband–who likes almost nothing–ate most of this first batch in one sitting. Didn’t have rice syrup, so I used date syrup in its place. Love, love, love!
Does peanut butter have to be oil free? What brand is recommended?
If you want healthy yes…. if it doesn’t separate in the jar, they added something… just peanuts and salt if ok for your diet is what you want, same with any type of nut butter) you will need to stir them.
No peanut butter is oil free. Costco organic peanut butter is great. Only ingredients are dry roasted Valencia peanuts and sea salt.
is there a way to find out the nutritional informaation.. such as calories, fat, cholesterol, sugar etc… for these recipes?
Love, love, love these. Highly recommend.
Easy to make and the granola is DELICIOUS (posting again because I forgot to give it 5 stars!!!)
Could I add dark chocolate chopped up in this recipe?
What can be used instead of the brown rice syrup?
Easy to make and the granola is DELICIOUS!
Very good. I’m not much of a granola person but this was excellent.
I was in the mood for something healthy, and remembered this website from a college course I took last year. Generally, some of the foods here are foreign to me, but when I came across this recipe I knew this was the one I wanted to try. My husband and I are both peanut butter lovers, so I knew it would be a win. The ingredients were easy around the house items, and I just doubled the maple syrup in substitution for the rice syrup. As suspected, my husband and I both loved this recipe and it’ll be a good recipe to use for both breakfast and snack.
This sounds delicious and I would like to make it tomorrow.
Would it tastes as good as it sounds if leave out the rice syrup entirely and just use the quarter cup of pure maple syrup?
Thank you for your healthy lifestyle which helps others like me make important changes.
These were good. I added some raisins to the first batch I made and am adding raisins and chocolate chips to the batch I am making now. I used agave instead of rice syrup.
Delicious recipe. Just enough batter to fit perfectly into my Wilton molded shape cookie pan . Gives them a crispy edge. Kid friendly shapes and bite size pieces
LOVE this recipe! I couldn’t find rice syrup so I used date syrup and it was great.
These were delicious! Sweet and chewy, will definitely make them again. I could not find rice syrup so just doubled the maple syrup.
Very tasty and simple. I try an flex-egg or change a part of the oats against floar for more keeping together. I will report.
Are these chewy or crunchy?
What can you use instead of brown rice syrup?
What can I substitute the rice syrup with ?
All maple syrup works fine.
Can I just use a little extra maple syrup instead of the rice syrup?
What can I substitute for the brown rice syrup?
Can I sub fruit or date syrup for some of the sugar in this recipe?