Contributed by: NAPSA
Take California Raisins Back To School (NAPSA) - Every year, parents are faced with the same dilemma as the school year rolls around-what to pack in kids' lunches. Parents strive to pack lunches that will be healthy and provide kids the energy they need, while kids want their lunches and snacks to taste great and to go anywhere, anytime. California Raisins are an addition to the lunch box that will please both parents and kids alike.
Give kids a nutritious choice when they crave something sweet by packing a snack box of California Raisins in their lunch. They make everything from scrumptious trail mixes to hearty energy bars, too. Raisins are an easy way to add nutrients and flavor to lunches and snacks for the whole family.
Try whipping up this quick and yummy raisin recipe-a great addition to any child's lunch or a smart snack for kids after school.
For more kid-friendly recipe ideas, including Raisin Apple Mini Pizzas, Raisin-Banana Tortilla Roll-ups, No-Bake Happiness Cookies and Raisin Cereal Pops, visit LoveYour Raisins.com.
Heat oven to 350 F. In an 8- or 9-inch square pan, combine oats and nuts. Bake 20 minutes or until oats are golden brown, stirring occasionally. Meanwhile, stir butter, brown sugar and honey together in medium saucepan. Cook over medium heat until mixture boils.
Measure raisins, banana chips and cereal squares into large bowl. Add toasted oats and nuts. Pour cooked mixture over all and toss to coat thoroughly. Generously butter same square pan. Press mixture firmly and evenly into bottom of pan. Cool. Cut into 2-inch square bars.
Serving Size: Makes 16 Square Bars
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