For quite a while I've been thinking that I would like a Granola recipe - one that doesn't rely on flax seeds. I challenge you to find commercial granola or granola bars that are as tasty or healthy as these. Store in a cookie tin in the freezer for the best texture. At room temperature, they are more chewy than crunchy in texture. I'm not sure if that is because of our humid climate or not. In any case I love them right out of the freezer. I can eat them with a cup of tea - they are that tasty. You are welcome to frost them with my Betty-Crocker Like Frosting or dip them in chocolate, but I don't think it is necessary.
P.S. I am rethinking the angel coconut for this recipe. After a week in the freezer, these granola bars became more chewy than crunchy. I think using plain coconut will lengthen the life of the texture of these bars. They are still (even with a chewier texture) better broken up and used in Yogurt Granola Parfaits than most regular granola. My son, Jonathan, said so and when I compared notes with the regular granola he had brought from the city for his girl friend, I agreed.