Coconut & Quick Oats Bars

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When it comes to food recipes, easier is always better. This bar recipe is one of them, except that it is a quick one too.
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This recipe is pretty much just melt, mix and bake.Easy, peasy and they are delicious!!

I made a batch of these bars the other day and my husband and I, sneakingly from each other, have eaten almost all bars.
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I am very happy to share with you the recipe and the pictures that I took the other day while it was nice and sunny outside. These last few days it rained a lot so I am “craving” for some sunny whether, just like I craved for these delicious bars before baking them.

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Ingredients:
2 cups graham crumbs
1 cup coconut
1 cup oats
1/2 cup melted butter/margarine
1 tsp vanilla
1 can sweetened condensed milk

Mix these ingredients altogether and press lightly into a  8×8 inch pan lined with parchment paper. Bake at 350 for 10 minutes (or you may leave them a couple minutes longer).

Icing:
Melt 150 grams dark chocolate and 1/4 cup vegetable oil in microwave.
Stir until mixed well and pour over the top of the bars while they are still hot.
These are easier to cut if you put them in the freezer for about 15-20 minutes.
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Try this recipe out, and let me know how your bars turned out. Would love to hear from you.
Thanks to the following blogsites for featuring this post: Carrie This Home; The Cottage Market

Thanks for stopping by.

Besa

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15 thoughts on “Coconut & Quick Oats Bars

  1. I came downstairs and told my mom about your new blog post and how they looked delicious. I told her how much I wanted to eat them and she surprised me! SHE WAS MAKING THEM AS WE SPOKE. I AM SO EXCITED. I’m going to eat them before my math exam and feel like a superstar. Love you

    • Thanks so much for the compliments. I am so happy that your mom surprised you by making them as soon as she read the post. I am sure that after you ate them you felt like a superstar. Good luck with your math exam. Love you too.

    • Hope that your turns as delicious as mine. I just linked this recipe at Friday Favorites, and thanks for hosting and for the invitation to join.

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  4. Oh my goodness these sound ever so good. Your right easier is better, but there don’t look like they compromise on taste. Thanks for sharing your creativeness with us at Sunday’s Best!

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