Have you noticed the ever-growing shelf space dedicated to breakfast and cereal bars at the grocery store? And the packaging on every single one tries to get your attention by telling you how convenient and healthy they are. But, look at the ingredients list and you’ll see a very different story. Now, it’s clearly not the same thing as handing your child a candy bar before school, but you’d be surprised how much sugar is in all of these supposedly healthy options. That’s not what we want our kids having (and we suspect you feel the same), so we decided to put together this list of DIY breakfast cereal bars. They’re still convenient for eating on-the-go, are much healthier than their store-bought counterparts, and are far more delicious!
Berry Breakfast Bars from Out of the Box Food
Strawberry Breakfast bars from Mess for Less
Honey Nut Cereal Bar found on Martha Stewart
Almond Cereal Bars found on Health.com
Peanut Butter Honey Cereal Bars found on Chew Out Loud
No Bake Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cereal Bars found on Design, Dining, and Diapers
Chewy Nut and Cereal Bars found on Epicurious
DIY Blueberry Cereal Bars found on Serious Eats
Cranberry Almond Brown Butter Cereal Bars found on Lovely Little Kitchen
Honey and Coconut Granola Bars found on Eatwell 101
Do you have a favorite DIY breakfast cereal bar recipe? Please share it in the comments! We’d love to try them!