Peanut Butter Chocolate Fiber1 Bars - Life Made Delicious

We have started to camp this year in early May. Every year we can't wait for the snow to melt and the nice, warm weather to come our way to spend time with our family camping. We enjoyed doing this for years. We play many outdoor games, boardgames, we read, listen to music.

What I like the most when we go camping is that we share meals together and we take time to relax. There is no rush to go nowhere after the meals like in the winter. And a great way to finish our meals is with a little sweet something. I have made these Peanut Butter Chocolate Fiber 1 bars using the new Fiber 1 Almond & Clusters Delight from General Mills.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars

5 cups Fiber 1 Almond and Cluster cereal
3/4 cups salted peanuts (optional)
1 cup corn syrup
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 cup peanut butter
1/2 cup chocolate chips

1- Spray a 13x9 pan with PAM.
2- Place the corn syrup, brown sugar and peanut butter in microwave. Cook on high for 1 to 2 minutes.
3- Add the cereals and peanuts to the mix. Spread the mixture in the pan.
4- In microwave melt the chocolate chips. Drizzle over the bars. Place in fridge for 15 minutes or until the chocolate is set. Cut into bars.

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  1. We used to camp when we were younger before children and then as well when the children were younger but somewhere the last 4-5 years it has slowly dwindled to once a year with cousins, aunts, uncles, etc. We need to get back into the habit...harder to do with guys off at college now. Someday again. Your post was inspiring and these treats look like they would be welcome, camping or not!

  2. we love our fiber one bars here in this house. They are delicious and nutritious.

  3. We were just talking about camping for the first time with the kids! Love to bring those bars to camp and hiking!


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