These Homemade No Bake Granola Bars come together in just 15 minutes! They are perfect for sharing with friends and enjoying as snacks for the week.
This post is sponsored by Gordmans, but all opinions are my own 🙂
It’s been two weeks since Brian and I unpacked our bags and many boxes in our very first house as homeowners.
Goodness has time flown!
I took a much needed (yet unplanned) social media detox during that time period. Sure, I was occasionally on Instagram stories and checking the various outlets but I didn’t write my typical blog posts, share my normal amount, or engage all that much in the digital world.
This move was a pretty big deal, and I really wanted to take the two weeks before Brian started working to really soak in our new home and our time together in this new chapter of life.
Now that two weeks have past, all of the boxes are unpacked and put away but there is still so much to do! I’m really trying to take things one moment at a time so I don’t miss a single beat.
These granola bars are part of some of those special moments we have created in our new house.
Some advice we received from friends that are homeowners was to meet our neighbors right away, so to make things easier I made a few batches of these granola bars to share with these new people in our lives.
They come together so quickly (15 minutes!) require no baking time, and can be stored in the freezer until you are ready to cut them or after they are already cut for use at a later date.
Gordman’s reached out to me asking to utilize some of their fun kitchen equipment. Perfect timing for a new home owner!
I chose to purchase the mixing bowls in the pictures above, an adorable kitchen towel with fringe, a serving platter (particularly for all of the gatherings we plan on hosting!), and some very cute glass containers that will be perfect for chia seed jam, chia pudding, or overnight oats.
All of the items together ONLY cost $50. There were so many adorable items in the store for home decorating, kitchen accessorizing, and making a house fit for a party or get together. My only wish is that the location was closer to my house!
Now, I’m off to go paint some furniture and clean up the house!
Enjoy these granola bars, and share with those special to you 🙂
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I just started going low FODMAP and not quite sure what I’m doing, but these taste amazing and so far haven’t hurt my stomach at all! Thank you for sharing the recipe 🙂
I am so glad you are enjoying these! 🙂
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These look so easy. I love making granola bars at home – though it’s hard not to just eat it from the bowl! 🙂
I agree! Snacking from the bowl is always my biggest challenge!
Two weeks and all your boxes are unpacked! I’m impressed. My family moved almost a decade ago and my folks have some unpacked boxes still in the storage unit.
Easy homemade granola recipes are so helpful for us FODMAPers–it’s hard to find ones in the grocery store that don’t have inulin, wheat, honey, or high-FODMAP fruits or nuts.
My husband and I are a bit nuts when it comes to organizing and things of that nature 🙂
I agree with you on searching for options at the grocery! While I prefer to use my own granola bars like these, FODY Foods, 88 Acres (the Chocolate Sea Salt), and Macro bars all have options that are lower in FODMAPs. Just takes a bit of ingredient label reading (typical!).
This is such perfect timing! A friend of mine is always jealous of my overnight oats (how easy and healthy they are) but he just can’t do the texture of them. Plus he likes to eat while he drives to work, so these granola bars would be a perfect fit. Will be sending them his way, thanks!
Yes! They will totally be a great fit for him!! Thanks for sharing and let me know if he has any feedback 🙂
Totally fun to get some new kitchen stuff! And I love a good granola bar, so I’ll be trying these for sure!
Thanks, Sara!! Yes…kitchen stuff is the best!! Let me know what you think about these bars 🙂
These look delicious! I was planning to make some granola bars tonight, just might have to use this recipe!
Yes! Perfect timing, Lauren!
These do look delicious and super simple to make. I’m adding the recipe to my list!
Congrats on the new house! My husband and I have owned ours for 3 years now (crazy!) and I’d say, beyond meeting neighbors, it’s good to be sure your house is in excellent condition & keep an eye on things. One thing we’ve learned, and as boring as it sounds, it’s part of homeownership, is to make sure your gutters are in good working order and moves all the water far away from your foundation. Clogged gutters & water getting under the foundation can cause huge issues. More fun – take your time to make it your own, safe, special space! Don’t feel rushed to decorate and fill every space. Make sure it reflects you and your husband and is the place you’ll most want to be! Enjoy!!
Thanks, Lisa!! I really appreciate the advice!! We have an older home (1930s!!) so checking the gutters and doing lots of maintenance is key. We are definitely taking our time to decorate. Everything has a home right now, but there are almost no decorations up. I really do want to take my time and we have some bigger projects that need to get completed before we decorate. I appreciate the advice!!!! Even though we are waiting to decorate…I want it all done now!
These look like the exact texture of store-bought! Can’t wait to try for my kids!
Thanks, Serena!! I think you kids will love them!