These No Bake Unicorn Granola Bars Are Simply Magical

How to make no bake unicorn granola bars using chocolate and Lucky Charms cereal.
Leah Nolan

Nothing says I love you quite like rainbows, sprinkles and white chocolate chips. And while these won’t get you the health-conscious parent of the year award, they will score you major points with your little one. Who can resist something this pretty? As far as granola bars go, these are on the candy bar end of the spectrum but with a few substitutes they easily be made less sweet. We just couldn’t resist making a unicorn version!

I never knew how easy it was to make no bake granola bars at home. If you want to create these with a healthier twist, simply substitute the rainbow marshmallows with dried fruit, use nuts instead of chocolate chips and skip the sprinkles. Dark chocolate makes for a wonderful addition if you still need to satisfy your sweet tooth!  What is your best no bake recipe? Tell me in the comments below.

Photo Credit & Food Styling: Leah Nolan


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