Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Bars make the perfect grab and go treat, made ahead breakfast, or post-dinner snack!
Disclaimer: This post has been brought to you in partnership with Healthy Height. All thoughts, opinions, and motherhood-musings are my own.
Snacking doesn’t come easy for me- but it’s a professional sport for my children. With the amount of snacking that my family does, I’m always on the hunt for new and improved recipes to help create nutritious and simple snacks at home.
To improve my snacking habits and provide myself and the kids with a grab n’ go snack, I created oatmeal raisin cookie bars. No-bake bars like these oatmeal raisin cookie bars are some of my favorite snacks/treats to make because they are fairly forgiving if you add a little more or less of one or two ingredients.
These oatmeal raisin cookie bars are also customizable based on what nuts you have on hand! Like Healthy Height. Yep, this shake mix was used last month in make-ahead yogurt parfaits, and today I’m showing you how you can add to homemade bars as well.
As I have mentioned before, I often use Healthy Height shake mix as nutritional insurance when it comes to feeding my kids. Healthy Height has been clinically shown to help kids grow when consumed as directed, it’s a great protein option for those picky [aka particular] eaters, and it’s been developed by pediatricians with quality ingredients in mind.
I don’t know about you, but I feel a little better when I know what and how much of something is going into my child’s diet. And considering we are a household of snackers, I love that I can take part in the quality of snacks they are eating. Like these oatmeal raisin cookie bars!
These oatmeal raisin cookie bars have a little something for everyone: dried fruit, walnuts, oats and a protein-boost from chocolate Healthy Height.
A lot of my snacks on the blog have peanut butter or nuts in them but this is a good option for families that have nut [tree nuts being OK] allergies.
The biggest bonus is that they do not have to be refrigerated!
- 1 ½ cup dates, pitted
- 1 cup walnut pieces
- ½ cup raisins
- ½ cup oats
- 1 ½ scoops Healthy Height [flavor of your choice]
- Add ingredients to food processor. Pulse until ingredients form dough-like consistency.
- Spread mixture on baking sheet or a pan with edges. Refrigerate.
- Slice into 6 bars before serving.
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