Nature’s Valley Oats and Honey Granolla bars for cooking?

Question by David A: Nature’s Valley Oats and Honey Granolla bars for cooking?
Hi everyone,
I’m 26 years old, work full time, house cleaner, and the cook of the house as well =) I’m always looking for new recipes and creating my own healthy recipes for my fiancee and I. I’m a very healthy cook and I was wondering what you guys thought of this idea… I want to take Nature’s Valley Oats and Honey Granolla bars ( I love them) and crush them very finely. I want to dip chicken in egg and then coat it with Nature’s Valley Oats and Honey Granolla bars and bake it. What do you think? Thanks

Dave

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Answer by shorty9756
Should work, might be a little sweet though. They would probably taste good with some sort of yogurt dip. I used the bars for a dessert once. Just used apples tossed in a little flour and cinnamon. Then topped with the crushed bars. Tasted great

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Can I mix hidden valley dressing mix with low fat yogurt instead of mayo to cut back on calories?

Question by Tracy H: Can I mix hidden valley dressing mix with low fat yogurt instead of mayo to cut back on calories?
I love ranch dressing. My favorite is mixing the hidden valley ranch packets with buttermilk and low fat mayo but it still has a ton of fat & calories. I was wondering if I can mix the packet with fat free yogurt and regular milk and a little light sour cream (or no sour cream at all) and still get a good tasting dressing. I don’t like any of the low fat bottle alteratives. Please help!

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Answer by Juddles
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