06 Jun

Soft Granola Bars

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Quaker Oats for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

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For years I have made my own granola.

The kids always loved it while growing up, and I always felt they were getting a wholesome snack.

I still make it every now and then – the yearning for that crunchy, sweet treat sometimes has to be satisfied.

But I have had a problem with my delicious granola these last few years.

The crunch is just a little too much for my teeth.

I have always kept my teeth in good health, but I find as I get older, they are prone to breaking and fracturing.

And the crunchy granola is something that doesn't agree with them.

So, it is time to look for an alternative in the granola department.

And I think I may have found it with the new Quaker Soft Baked Bar.

Those Cinnamon Pecan Bread bars look absolutely delicious.

They can be eaten as is, or they can also be warmed up in the microwave.

I can imagine how good they smell – just that would entice my son into trying one for breakfast as he smells mine cooking.

I know he won't be able resist it, and the microwave won't slow him down from his busy schedule.

Even as a breakfast snack, it will keep him going until lunch time comes around.

With five grams of fiber and only 140 calories, it won't be only my teeth that will be getting the benefits of this wholesome food.

Soft and warm baked granola bars – why didn't they think of this sooner?

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