Learn How to Make the Perfect Granola Bar With These RecipesArticle posted in: Diet & Nutrition
This is your last stop in your search for a delicious and healthy granola bar recipe. Designed by Nutrisystem nutrition experts, each recipe gives you granola bars with the perfect combination of taste and nutrients—and you can make them yourself with ease.
Nutrisystem has mastered the art of developing at home recipes so you can always have healthy options to eat after your dieting days are done. It’s a lot like having your own personal chef and nutrition expert. Click here to explore all of the recipes our nutrition experts have designed just for you >
When you’re on the weight loss program, you get your menu, choose your meals, pop them into the microwave and eat. Need a mid-afternoon snack? There it is—a cookie, brownie, bag of popcorn, granola bar—right in your latest shipment.
Weight loss is easy when there’s no big decision-making, no weighing, no measuring and no time-consuming prep. Need help? A 24/7 nutrition counselor is just a phone call away.
After you’ve lost the weight you wanted and go off the program, however, the real test comes: Keeping the weight off.
Nutrisystem still has your back. From the moment you start your diet, we’re teaching you portion control, how to make good food choices and to prepare your own delicious meals using our tips and delicious recipes. The hundreds of recipes you’ll find on The Leaf will provide you with your go-to meals and snacks so that you can continue leading a healthy life.
That’s why you can feel amazing about the granola bar recipe you choose to make from this list:
Hankering for something sweet and salty? Try the Sweet & Salty Quinoa Granola Bars that combines peanut butter, salted peanuts, quinoa and quinoa flakes with the light sweetness of honey. Only six simple steps to make 10 bars! Only 192 calories, one bar counts as one SmartCarb and one PowerFuel on your Nutrisystem program. Click here to get the recipe! >
Love chocolate? Love peanutty flavor? You’ll seriously fall for this recipe that cooks on the stove top then sets in the fridge. There are only four ingredients—peanut butter, honey, rolled oats and semisweet chocolate chips—along with cooking spray to make it easy to remove them from the pan. The recipe makes 16 bars at only 199 calories each and count as one SmartCarb and one PowerFuel on your Nutrisystem program. If you get tired of chocolate, you can also substitute dried berries or raisins. Click here to get the recipe! >
Chocolate and coconut are an iconic duo and they’re the stars of this recipe for No Bake Chocolate Coconut Granola Bars that use both shredded coconut and coconut flour with rolled oats as a base. Instead of peanut butter you’ll add almond butter, and mini-chocolate chips add the sweetness along with a little bit of honey. One batch makes six good-size grab and go bars with only 150 calories and which count as one SmartCarb and one Extra. Click here to get the recipe! >