Hi, sweet readers 
The weather in Sweden was amazing today, it was sunny and a beautiful clear sky.
I went for a long walk today and I made a pie, ( recipe coming soon)  I also made these copy-cat Lion bars, they are chewy and so crunchy!

First time I made these Lion Bars was on my Norwegian →blog in 2010, and my blog readers loved it.
I got the recipe from my mom about 30 years ago, ( at that time she called it peanuts bars) she made it when I  was 16, she again received the recipe from a friend from Canada.


As soon as I tried one, I could stop eating these, so crunchy, and chewy just like eating a Lion Bar.


These bars are dipped in dark lush chocolate and perfect for Easter and any time of the year if you ask me!

CHEWY AND CRUNCHY  LION BARS  COPY-CAT ( MAKES 15-20 BARS)

INGREDIENTS;

    • 1 CUP→350 GRAM PEANUT BUTTER, SMOOTH OR → CRUNCHY
    • 3/4 CUP→160 GRAM BROWN SUGAR OR → SUGAR
    • 1 CUP →250 GRAM WHITE CORN SYRUP OR →GLYKOSE OR  → BROWN SYRUP
    • 3 CUPS→ 125 GRAM  HONNI SMACKS OR  →CORN FLAKES OR → RICE KRISPIES
    • 1 1/2 CUP → 150 GRAM FLAKED COCONUT OR → SHREDDED COCONUT
    • 1/4 -1/2 TS. SALT

DIRECTIONS;

  • Heat peanut butter, sugar and corn syrup over low/medium heat to melt, turn off the heat.
  • Stir in cereal and coconut, combine with a spatula.
  • Pat into an20 x 30 cm →8×8 pan lined with parchment paper.
  • I use a fondant smoother to level the top, plus I add a book on top.
  • Leave it in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  • Slice into bars
  • Melt chocolate and coconut oil over low heat or in the microwave.
  • Dipp each lion bar into the melted chocolate. ( I use a →fork for this)
  • Place on wax paper until firm.
  • Enjoy!

STEP BY STEP PICTURES;

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