Easy Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars (Made With Bananas & Chocolate Chips!)
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Whip up these peanut butter oatmeal bars for an easy and delicious breakfast. They are similar to classic oatmeal chocolate chip bars but better!
Need an easy breakfast or snack idea for busy weekdays?
Bake up a batch of these yummy oatmeal breakfast bars full of peanut butter, banana, and chocolate chips. It’s a simple way to bake oatmeal instead of making it on the stove in the morning!
These homemade grab-and-go oatmeal chocolate chip bars make for a quick breakfast or perfect after school snack for your hungry kiddos!
Hip tips on how to make oatmeal bars:
- Have a nut allergy? Leave out the peanut butter and use sunflower seed butter or another nut butter alternative.
- Not into oatmeal chocolate chip bars? That’s okay! The mini chocolate chips are yummy yet optional. You could omit them or substitute in raisins, other dried fruits, or even nuts, if desired. This oatmeal breakfast bars recipe is very easy to change according to your taste.
- To make these oatmeal squares, I used honey as a sweetener, but you could use maple syrup or sugar instead.
- Want a similar no-bake bite-sized snack idea? Check out these Oatmeal Energy Bites, which have been a very popular Hip2Save idea for years!
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bars
yield: 9 SERVINGS
prep time: 15 MINUTES
cook time: 25 MINUTES
total time: 40 MINUTES
Baked oatmeal bars with chocolate chips, peanut butter, and banana that are soft like bread and so delicious for breakfast or as a snack!
These peanut butter oatmeal bars are so good! We loved this recipe.
These oatmeal squares almost taste like a slice of warm yummy chocolate chip banana bread, but just a little less sweet. Perfect to enjoy with a warm cup of coffee in the morning.
The texture is soft and moist, and I love that only one bowl and baking pan is required to whip these up! Delicious low-effort baked goods are my favorite kind—and this peanut butter oatmeal bars recipe is a winner!