Homemade chocolate muesli bar – That's how it works

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Do you know that moment when you're biting into something full of anticipation, and then it's absolutely not as tasty as you've imagined? I went there a few days ago with a muesli bar so. With a hipster-healthy-unbelievably-expensive cereal bar, to be exact. For which I sacrificed my very last cash and a big latte macchiato.

And what does a woman do in such a situation? Exactly, she thinks “I can do better!”

The result are these Chocolate cereal bars, Delightfully chocolaty, juicy and 23 million times more delicious than the expensive hipsters. ?

First things first: This cereal bar.

They are simple and chocolaty and with 99.987% certainty you have all the ingredients in house right now. Small check: oatmeal, nuts and / or dried fruit at the start? Brown sugar, honey, maple syrup and a little cinnamon too? In addition still chocolate? Jackpot, then you can start right now with the cereal bar production.

These practical bars are great as a snack between meals and on the go. It is also rumored that the cereal bars are the perfect breakfast to go to. But we better not let that be eaten-just-sitting-police.

Anyway, these little treats are super easy to maintain and wait in an airtight can with pleasure, until you get hungry. Then you bite at first and it's NOT a nasty surprise, but a soft, juicy snack miracle.

The best I have not even told:

You do not have to bake the granola bars! Nice or nice or nice? Yessa! For the chocolate granola bars, you mix simply toasted oatmeal, extras like nuts and chocolate pieces and syrup, which you cook for a while from maple syrup, honey, brown sugar and cinnamon. Then you paint the mass into your prepared form and push the whole thing with neatly tasty flat. Now the cereal bars have only one hour left. Finally, you just have to cut them and – most importantly – crown them with a truckload of chocolate!

Pimp your cereal bar

Friends, the selection of delicious extras is ENDLESS.

There are nuts, of course. Hazelnuts, almonds, walnuts, cashews – I could go on talking for half an hour. And of course dried fruits. How about sultanas, dried apricots, dates, figs or plums? Also dried cherries and cranberries are great. The only important thing is that you chop nuts and berries roughly before mixing so that they are not too big.

Also perfect are sunflower seeds and Co. And not to forget chopped chocolate or small chocolate droplets. Without Schoki is in chocolate muesli bars namely nüscht!

And if you want to make it really easy for you, take her instead oatmeal, nuts and Co. just finished chocolate muesli. The rest remains the same: mix with the syrup, put in a baking pan, press, let harden – Voilà, finished your super delicious homemade granola bars.

I hope you will love this quick snack recipe!

The chocolate granola bars are:

  • Fast.
  • Easy.
  • Customizable.
  • Gorgeous crispy-sticky.
  • Peppered with chocolate pieces, nuts and dried fruits.

You tried this recipe? Then let me know! Do not comment, rate or forget your photo on Instagram #kochkarussell to tag. Thank you, dear ones!

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Homemade chocolate muesli bar – That's how it works

Homemade chocolate muesli bar with oatmeal, maple syrup, nuts and chocolate. Super simple, chocolaty and incredibly delicious. Definitely try it!



portions: 12

Calories per serving: 255 kcal


  • 300
    hearty oatmeal
  • 2
    olive oil
  • 3 1/2
    Brown sugar
  • 4
  • 3
    maple syrup
  • 1
  • 130
    Nuts, dried fruits, pieces of chocolate, roughly chopped
  • 50
    dark chocolate
    for the chocolate coating


  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees.

  2. Put the oatmeal in a large ovenproof dish and roast for 15 minutes. In between turn.

  3. Meanwhile, heat the olive oil in a small saucepan. Add sugar, honey, maple syrup and cinnamon. Simmer until the sugar has dissolved.

  4. Add roasted oatmeal to a bowl, add extras like nuts and dried fruit and honey maple syrup mixture. Mix until well covered with liquid.

  5. Lay a rectangular baking tray of size 20 x 24 cm with baking paper. Sprinkle with the mixture and cover with a second baking paper. With neat force press until a smooth

  6. Surface has emerged. Get stuck for at least an hour.

  7. Cut in half with a knife and cut each half into six bars. Decorate with melted chocolate, let it solidify. Enjoy.

Recipe Comments

I like to make the muesli bars in the evening and let them get stuck overnight.

Now I'm curious: What did you have your last clean-bitten-fail?




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