These bars are a must-have snack for any budding Triwizard Champion and environmentally-conscious witch, wizard, or magical person!
They’re wickedly yummy and wholesome with a hearty, chewy texture and a TON of flavor. Even better, you don’t need any special kitchen equipment or fancy wand work to make them. Since they require NO BAKING, even Hagrid couldn’t mess these up!
You can change up the mix-ins to suit your every whim and still have plenty of time to train for Triwizard Tasks, advocate for animals, and protect our planet from pollution! (Eternal Glory and Moral Fiber may result.) That’s enough from us! We’ll let Cedric take it away from here.
For this recipe, my Quidditch mates, myself, and some of the younger Hufflepuffs all went to Hogsmeade to buy the ingredients. I’m pretty sure that any old Muggle supermarket has these ingredients too, for any time you aren’t able to travel up to Hogsmeade.
In case you need any convincing, I’ve shared some of them with Harry, Fleur, and Krum too, and all of them couldn’t get enough of these bars. Krum even cracked a smile!
So, let’s get started, shall we?
Storage: When you’re not eating the bars, put them in an airtight container lined with parchment paper in your fridge. Make sure the bars aren’t stacked atop one another, or they’ll smoosh together. They keep for about 2 weeks (if they even last that long).
*Brown rice syrup cannot be subbed in this recipe! It holds the bars together. We love Lundberg Sweet Dreams Organic Brown Rice Syrup, which is sold in the US in glass jars!
**Unsweetened sunflower seed butter has a bitter taste, so be sure to buy the sweetened kind! You can also use creamy almond butter, cashew butter, or peanut butter.
***If adding mini chocolate chips, sprinkle them on top of the granola bars AFTER you press the mixture down in the pan. If you just stir them in with the mixture, they’ll melt! You want to sprinkle them on top once it’s mostly cooled and pop it straight in the freezer.
If you whip up a batch of Cedric’s Triwizard Tournament-inspired granola bars, be sure to snap a photo with your fellytone and tag us! We’d love to see your yummy treats!
Written by Victoria Tomis
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