i used to freeze luna bars, and they were just fine. i'd think granola bars would be similar.
as a sidenote, i actually used to freeze nearly everything to make it more difficult for me to eat right away (peeled bananas, bread, nuts, beans, even soy products i bought in the refrigerated section). in my experience, things that freeze well: nuts, bread (NEVER refrigerate bread), spices (NOT herbs; but if you're going to cook the herb as opposed to using fresh in a salad, then you can freeze in in the ice cube tray w/water), meat. cheese is tricky; many people say not to, but actually you can freeze farmer's cheese, mozz and goat cheese, so long as they're wrapped tightly; don't freeze blue cheese bec it messes w/the texture; don't freeze ricotta or cottage cheese. (hard cheeses need not be frozen, bec they'll just age and taste better after time spent in the fridge).
good luck w/your granola, which is def something i'd eat 10x more of if calories DIDN'T count.
I think itd be fine if you froze them too. I freeze everything... from bananas to bread
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I havent read your other posts, lorna, but who the heck has the right to say you've got some binge eatng desire?
I dont know about you but I buy in bulk because i am a poor uni student and freeze everything as I cant get to the shops all the time. Granola bars should be fine. Buy a few boxes, freeze one and in a few days, try it. If it fails, sell off the fresh ones however you can (individually at work or whatevers) We only have muesli bars in australia, not really granola bars, but I'd imagine it'd be the same.
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