Due to popular demand, today’s recipe is how we make granola bars in our house.
These are amazingly delicious, and my fiance even likes them, and he doesn’t like granola bars.
Not only are they yummy, they’re packed with all sorts of ingredients that are good FOR you! Nutritional yeast is one of those good FOR you ingredients.
What’s nutritional yeast you ask?
Well, it’s a yeast grown on beet sugar and molasses, then fermented and dried so it’s gluten free and won’t form yeast in your body. It’s great for nursing moms (helps with milk production if you’re “feeling low”!) and is beneficial for babies who aren’t nursing.
It is SUPER rich in B vitamins (just 1Tbsp contains 100% of the daily B12 recommended for an adult), a great source of 18 amino acids and 15 minerals (including phosphorus, zinc, selenium, iron and magnesium). It also contains protein, folic acid, biotin and a load of other vitamins!
It’s sometimes available in your bulk section, or you can order it on Amazon!
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