- 4 cups granola cereal
- 2/3 cup honey
- 1 cup sunflower nuts
- Cooking spray
- Wax paper
- Bowl for mixing
- Fork for stirring
- Small container for warming honey
- Paper plates for serving
This recipe should yield 12 bars, so add or subtract accordingly.
- Spread a piece of wax paper, a couple of feet long, on a counter.
- Place granola in a bowl, gently shaking and breaking apart any large clumps with a fork.
- Heat honey in microwave for 30 seconds. Mix granola and warm honey in a large bowl.
- Spray wax paper with cooking spray. Put the granola mixture on the wax paper, spreading with a spatula until it lies flat.
- Sprinkle with a thin layer of sunflower nuts. Sprinkle with cinnamon.
- Cut into individual portions and refrigerate wax paper on a platter.
Say the following to your Sunday school students prior to serving the granola bars:
Jesus said the seeds that were sewn on the hallow ground would grow into strong plants. Just like we want to grow into strong Christians. Let’s eat and remember to grow strong in Christ.
Do you think your Sunday school class will enjoy this snack and like learning about the parable of the soils? Why or why not? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!