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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The Best No-Bake Bars You'll Ever Eat

When I tell people that I since I've started eating clean I don't eat processed sugars anymore, I get a lot of different reactions. Some people are impressed. Most people worry about me. Just about all of them pity me. I must miss out on so much! The pity stops when I bring them a treat. Then they're asking where they can sign up!

These little bars are incredible! And completely clean eating. Processed-sugar free and filled with chocolaty goodness. Are these no-bake bars healthy? Oh yes. High in protein and fiber, and loaded with coconut oil. I could fill pages with the benefits of coconut oil alone! But are they high in calories? Heck yeah! The coconut oil makes sure of that. In theory you could leave out the coconut oil but that's what makes the bars so creamy and rich. A little goes a long way with these no-bake bars. Fortunately, they're satisfying. The first night I made them I was surprised to realize that just one was enough. Then I ate two more, because they were so darn tasty.

These were so good in fact, that my five year old son had three perfect days in a row. No a whine, a fuss , or a cry. Just a whole lot of "Mom, if I'm really good getting ready for school, can I have a chocolate? If I'm really good after school can I have a chocolate? How bout if I'm good at bedtime?" Did I stoop to bribery? Yes. Yes I did. And oh, how it was worth it.

I wish I could say I was the genius behind these little beauties, but the truth is, they've been tweaked. I found the original recipe over at New Nostalgia. I add coconut and use less honey, but she suggests dried cranberries. I'm out at the moment, but I'm going to be sure to give it a try when I get the chance.

To keep these on the low-sugar side of things, use natural sugar-free peanut butter and dark chocolate. The two best sugar-free peanut butters I've found are Krema brand (we get it at Smith's in Utah), or the Organics brand peanut butter from Safeway. Unfortunately no Safeway's here in Utah. Both brands feature nothing but peanuts, and both taste great.

The Best No-Bake Bars You'll Ever Eat
1 cup peanut butter
1/2 cup honey
1/2 cup unrefined coconut oil (be sure to use unrefined for the coconut flavor)
2 cups dry oats (not instant)
1 C shredded coconut
1/2 C chopped walnuts (optional)
1 1/4 cups dark chocolate chips
1 t vanilla extract

Melt peanut butter, honey and coconut oil over medium-low heat. Once melted, remove from heat and add oats, shredded coconut, chocolate chips and vanilla. Stir until chocolate is entirely melted. Pour into a 9x13 pan and cool in the fridge. When it's set, cut into bars and enjoy. Store in the fridge. If they last that long!

121 comments :

  1. Oh my gosh, these look so yummy!

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  2. These look delicious, Amy! I make my no-bake cookies with almost exactly the same ingredients, but the bars sound (and look!) much better. I'm going to try this next time. Thanks!

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  3. Thanks so much guys! Hope you like them!

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  4. These bars need a warning, Amy! I just about licked the saucepan clean. Yikes. I can only imagine how tasty the bars will be once they cool and I can slice them! Thanks for a great recipe.

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  5. Thank you Mary! These are seriously dangerous. I polished off three batches in just the first week. My kids helped a little. Less than I'd like to admit though.

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  6. This looks delicious! I am a huge fan of anything no bake. I make several no bake bites similar to this. I am going to try yours.

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  7. Thanks Melissa! Hope you enjoy them. Love your site by the way. :)

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  8. Made these yesterday and they are ok. Almost taste like a mounds bar.

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  9. Way too much fat in these bars... whatever "eating clean" means, over 55% fat make these bars completely worthless.

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    1. Seriously... you need to do some research on healthy fats. People who do "low-fat" diets end up nutrient deficient. My family incorporates a small daily dose of coconut oil as a dietary supplement, in addition to regularly eating other fats like avocado. Since doing this, my husband has lost 40 lbs. and I've lost 25 in 6 months. Eating clean, healthy foods AND healthy fats is the answer.

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    2. Totally agree! Don't be afraid to eats fats!

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    3. Recent research has demonstrated that cacao is rich in antioxidants and minerals such as magnesium. Theobromine and phenethylamine are two compounds in chocolate that are associated with serotonin, the “happy” chemical. In addition, the Journal of the American Medical Association cites that dark chocolate lowers blood pressure. The flavanols in chocolate may also reduce LDL oxidation, inflammation, and improve arterial blood flow. In another study, a group of adults with chronic fatigue syndrome were given 1.5 ounces of 85% cocoa dark chocolate daily for eight weeks. After eight weeks, the individuals reported less fatigue and no weight gain was reported.

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  10. These are not 100% refined sugar-free...it has chocolate chips in them!!! Can these be made with cocoa powder/butter/honey (or some other type of sweetener) instead of chocolate chips?

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    1. I make a cocoa version. I dont use honey as I eat low carb,but I muse a littlesweetener.

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    2. always use the darkest chocolate you can find. I use baker's chocolate sometimes and then just add a bit of pure stevia. also try only to use chocolate that has a guaranteed level of anti-oxidants. the only company that guarantees in the USA is Mars and in especially their dove products. it is stated on reverse of packaging. if you do any research on this, you will find that unless stated, the chocolate may or may not have much anti-oxidant. it will taste great, but taste is not the only reason to eat this valuable nutritional and medicinal food. dana pallessen on pinterest

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  11. Hi anonymous(es)!

    These bars do have a lot of fat in them. But since it's healthy fats both from the coconut oil and the peanut butter, and we eat them only occasionally, I'm not too worried about it. Treats are meant to be occasional. But I'd love to hear somebody's alternative to the coconut oil! I'm always looking for new ways to experiment. :)

    And we do use chocolate chips, but we stick to 70% dark to minimize the sugar and maximize the antioxidants. You could probably use unsweetened cocoa powder, or even carob chips if you'd prefer an alternative. Not sure the amounts, but I'd love to hear how it worked out. There's already honey in them, but try upping the amount of honey, dropping the chocolate chips and you'd have more of a peanut bar instead of the chocolate.

    Happy eating!

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    1. Coconut oil is good for you.

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    2. Coconut Oil is 100% fat. This recipe alone has about 95g of saturated fat in it, and that's just from the coconut oil alone. As well, coconut oil has barely any nutritional value. This isn't a healthy food by any means. But it's a dessert, which means it isn't meant to be.

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    3. Yeah it is healthy.... we need fat for energy! It is an Awesome snack! Thanks!

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    4. Our family switched to coconut oil over 4 years ago and would never turn back. To the sweet people who were programmed (along with me) that fat free is how to lose weight, a little research will get you a long way. I lost more weight with coconut oil than trying to eat fat free. Not to mention all the other problems a low fat diet caused my body. Just type in a search for "benefits of coconut oil". You will be pleasantly suprised!

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    5. The truth is coconut oil is 100% fat and classed as a saturated fat BUT, Ms. Thiessen, it's full of medium chain fatty acids. This means the body doesn't deal with it like other saturated fats, it metabolises much more efficiently. Also coconut oil has nutritional properties such as vitamin E and polyphenals.

      Furthermore, coconut oil is great for cooking with as it has a high smoke point.

      The addition of coconut oil (or even better as a replacement for most cooking oils) to your diet is scientifically proven to be beneficial.

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    6. Saturated fats are fine. It's the trans fats, ythe hydrogenated fats that are the issue. As well as sugar and foods that convert to sugar when we eat. Since I switched to a low carb, high fat diet my health has improved SO much! My blood pressure is way down, my GERD is gone, my PMS is nearly gone, my arthritis is better,my cholesterol numbers are better (not that they really matter as an indicator of health)

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  12. This might be a bit much to ask....but do you have the carb and calorie count ?

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  13. I don't actually. I avoid counting calories. Three years ago I lost 45lbs in 9 months focusing on the quality of the food I was eating instead of the calorie count. When I made that shift the weight melted away and it's stayed gone ever since, so I never went back to worrying about calories. But I do suspect that the calorie count would be pretty high on these. Definitely not a make every night sort of treat! :)

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  14. New blog follower thanks to Pinterest! These look delicious - can't wait to try them :-) I've just in the last few months started using coconut oil and love finding new recipes that use it. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Thanks Jenny! Welcome welcome! :)

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  16. Hi Amy, you are the winner of the RecipeNewZ Spring Feast! Congratulations! Please check your email and get back to us to claim your award :-)

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  17. Thank you for sharing this recipe! However, I have a question... I don't have any coconut oil. That stuff is a bit expensive and to say the least, we're a bit tight on money. What could you replace it with?

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    1. If there is a Trader Joe's in your area, they offer organic coconut oil (16 oz jar) for $5.99. Cheapest price around. A healthy fat alternative would be pastured (grass fed) butter (best price @ Trader Joe's). For those who doubt the many health benefits of this healthy fat - do some google research & become enlightened.

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  18. I totally understand, been there. It sucks. :)

    As I understand it, the original recipe calls for butter instead of the coconut oil. Haven't tried it, but it costs much less than the coconut. And if you do decide to go on the hunt for some less expensive coconut oil, I hear you can buy tubs of it at Costco for a lot less than what you'd pay at a grocery store. Still times when even that isn't quite doable though.

    Hope that helps. Good luck!

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    1. I have tried the recipe with butter, but only use spring butter, & only cultured butter. yummy dana pallessen pinterest

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    2. Is the coconut oil offered at Costco organic & cold pressed? If so, I will check that out. Butter is a good viable option - but I would only use grass fed /organic butter as a healthier option.

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  19. Hi there,
    I was curious as to the serving sizes. How many bars do you normally get out of one batch?

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  20. I can't believe I forgot to put that in! Sorry about that. I usually get 18 bars out of this. Unless I'm making it for my family, then I divide them all in two and get 32. My kids are little they don't need such big bites. I freeze them and one batch will last us for a while.

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  21. I am in the same boat as a previous post (money, so coconut oil is a little too pricey) I am wanting to know, if I substitute the butter, what would the measurment be. This look so yummy, and my husband is a huge coconut fan. So I will definitely be getting "brownie" points lol. Thanks

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  22. I don't know off the top of my head. I'm guessing 1/4 - 1/2 C? I tweaked a recipe from the blog New Nostalgia. She tweaked hers from somewhere else. It's going to bug me now though. I'll do a test tonight and let you know what works tomorrow. If I don't I'll spend the whole night wondering. :)

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    1. Lol, thanks so much. I really appreciate the length you will go to in order to help me out. Don't go to too much trouble ;)

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    2. Hi!

      I've looked into it for you. Butter can be substituted 1:1 for coconut oil in most recipes. I made a batch of these bars with butter this morning and they were delicious! I owed a friend some treats anyway. :)

      They do lose the coconut flavor from the oil but you may be able to add a little coconut extract to make up for that? Part of the reason I use coconut oil is for the health benefits, but don't feel bad about using butter instead. It has it's own benefits. Here's a link to a great article about the health benefits of butter - http://www.draxe.com/top-8-health-benefits-of-butter/.

      Good luck with the brownie points!

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    3. Thank you so much for all your time. I can't wait to make them. I appreciate all your help. You're awesome!!

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  23. I hate to tell you but, chocolate chips are PACKED with processed sugar. Perhaps one might use raw cacao instead, with a little more coconut oil and honey added?

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    1. I was thinking the same thing! this is NOT processed sugar free at all. my heart sank when I read chocolate chips...then I remembered this recipe: http://www.unrefinedkitchen.com/2011/08/11/homemade-dark-chocolate-chips/
      They may not re melt well, so maybe just don't make them chips and use the liquid.

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    2. I substituted the choc. chips with 1/4 C cocoa and they tasted great. Also used unsweetened coconut flakes and I think they are processed sugar free. I know they are delicious.

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  24. I've actually been thinking about trying this with unsweetened cocoa powder, but I haven't gotten around to figuring out the quantities yet. And like I said before, staying at 70% dark chocolate or above eliminates a great deal of the sugar.

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    1. I used 1/2 cup of cocoa powder instead of the chocolate chips and also put 1/2 peanutbutter 1/2 sesame seed paste instead of all peanutbutter and they're fantastic!

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  25. I love your pictures and recipes, they are mouth watering. Would love for you to share them with us at foodieportal.com. We are new but at foodieportal.com we are not photography snobs, we are just foodies.

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  26. Thanks foodieportal. Your site looks great! We would be happy to join you.

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  27. OMG! SO happy I found your recipe via Pinterest! These are amazing...and that's just the batter. I'm waiting (very impatiently) for the bars to set!

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  28. Thanks erinz! Keep checking back. Rocky Road Brownies are coming soon - also all cleaned up (or at least as clean as possible). :)

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  29. These look amazing. Is there something I could substitute for the oats, I'm allergic!

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  30. Well, off the top of my head I'm thinking maybe just omit the oatmeal and replace it entirely with coconut? That's a very coconut-y bar! The other option is to head either to your nearest health food store or on-line. Many other grains can be found flaked like oatmeal - kamut, wheat, spelt, barley etc. . . Maybe one of those would work?

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  31. I would guess that corn flakes or rice krispies would be an interesting and tasty alternative to the oats. Not sure as to amounts, but I'd try the equal amount as the oats to start with.

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  32. Really enjoyed making these! They were a hit for us!

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  33. Was wondering if you could make them without the peanut butter. If so what would you do.

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  34. Thanks Tonia! My problem has been NOT making these lately. :)

    Maybe try using any other nut butter? Cashew, almond, hazelnut, macadamia. . .

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    1. I make these frequently but never with the legume butter also called pea NUT butter. use real nuts, they are actually healthy for the human body.

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    2. So do u use almond butter instead? For the healthiest brownie possible, that is what I would use - even though it's a bit more expensive than peanut butter. U can't put a price on optimal health & wellness.

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  35. What can I use in place of the coconut? I have coconut oil that I will use but don't care for the texture of coconut.

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  36. You can either omit the coconut, replace it with oatmeal, rice krispies or cornflakes, or use your favorite crumbled nuts. Almonds would be yummy!

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  37. I am making these tonight! Thanks for sharing.

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  38. Hi. We have a peanut allergy in our house, so do you think this would work with sunflower butter? Our daughter has numerous food allergies and I'm always trying to find recipes we all can eat. Thanks

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  39. Absolutely you could! And I'd love to hear how it turned out!

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  40. I made these today and mine too nothing like yours. I did cut the chocolate chips to 1/2 c since my peanut butter was sweetened and added cacao powder for extra chocolate. But mine look super oats, yours look more like a candy bar while mine look like chocolate granola bar.

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  41. Sounds like yummy granola bars!

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  42. Found you on pinterest, yowza these are good!

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  43. Do you know what the fat count is? That is a lot of oil.

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  44. I made these last night and they are the best! I only used 1/2 c of peanut butter (running low) and had to use peanuts (no walnuts). Wonderful and didn't miss the sugar - honey works so well!

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  45. Thanks Cheryl!

    And no, I don't know off hand how much fat. I suspect it's quite a bit though! :)

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  46. 292 calories, 20 grams of fat, 18 grams of sugar and 5 grams of protein per bar

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  47. Hi there,
    I just wanted to let you know I've noticed your picture on pinterest pinned by someone and when I clicked on it it did not go to your page but to another URL http://recipesranger.com/the-best-no-bake-bars and they are using your picture. Just wanted to let you know, because it has happened to me before. Thanks.

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  48. @jo@jocooks.com LOL welcome to the internet........ Why don't you do a google search under images and see how many people have this picture on their website. It's a lot!

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  49. Well I know that, as I said it's happened to me many times, though it still doesn't make it fair and if you can stop one thief it's still better than none. You have to realize the cook and photographer spends a lot of time and energy cooking and taking pictures, so it's just out of respect for them. I've appreciated it in the past when others have told me when my pictures were stolen so just paying it forward.

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  50. I understand what you're are saying, but I looked up the address and the person at least has a link back to this site, so that helps this site in the long run. There is no need to police the internet lol.

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    1. Yes that's because they added the link after I left them a comment, so you see there is a reason to police the internet and quite frankly I don't understand your attitude or why you even care, this was meant for the blog owner.

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  51. Thank you so much for letting me know jo! I appreciate it!

    To be honest, when we first kept this blog 3 years ago it was mostly for personal use. A way to share recipes since my sister and I live in different countries. Since we started up again two months ago things have really taken off and I hadn't even thought yet about my pictures showing up anywhere else!

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  52. I definitely need to find myself some almond butter -I hate peanut butter, but I keep on coming across so many delicious sounding bars and bakes that I need to find me a substitute!!!

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    1. I am also not a fan of peanut butter, but I have made several bars and granolas with peanut butter lately and have found the peanut butter flavor isn't really present.
      I have used almond butter as well, a good alternative but a bit more expensive.

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  53. Hi Amy! These look really good! I'm always on the lookout for snacks that pack a lot of nutrition AND calories for my 10-year-old son. It's hard to get enough fuel in his body, so these are going to come in very handy. If the recipe works out for me, is it ok if I feature them on my blog with links/credit back to your site? Thanks!

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  54. Hey Michelle!

    Aren't growing boys scary? My oldest is 6 and there are night's when he already out eats his dad! I don't know how I'm going to feed him when he's 16. :)

    Absolutely you can share this! I'm flattered. :)

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    1. Thanks!! Oh my goodness! These turned out really good! My daughter and I have gobbled them up. My son, on the other hand, declared that he doesn't like coconut anymore. What?! Back to the drawing board. Next time, I will try upping the walnuts and omitting the shredded coconut. Hopefully, he won't really notice the coconut oil because that's a very important ingredient! :)

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  55. I want to try these but I am not a huge fan of honey. Have you ever tried it with Agave?

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    1. I haven't tried it here, but I'm sure it would be great! I prefer honey because it's a far less processed sugar than Agave is, but I know a lot of people don't like the stronger flavor of honey. Substitute one for one and let me know how they turn out!

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    2. I'm not a huge honey fan so we use maple syrup! You don't need quite as much. Start at 1/3 cup and play around with how sweet your family likes them. These are a favorite of ours! We make them once a week!

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  56. I just made these with cocoa instead of chocolate chips. While they are still setting in the fridge, the "dough" was delicious. I made the recipe exactly as listed except left out the chocolate chips and added just under 1/4 C. cocoa to the Pb/oil/honey mixture after it was melted. I also left out the walnuts because I used crunchy PB. I'm sure this is going to be a keeper.

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  57. Oh my gosh, these are fantastic! I love the recipe, which I made with almond butter and pecans, and also your humorous writing :) I'm all about bribery for my 5 year old, but too bad she doesn't like coconut (crazy, I know). But I do!
    -Dana

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  58. hi I would love to make these I am on weight watchers and I was wondering can you tell me how much protein, carbs, total fat and fiber is in so I can make these and have one or two possibly

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  60. These look great. Here from MSM reposting the recipe. :)

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  61. I only have instant oats....will it ruin it if I use them?

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  62. Looks good to me...will try it !

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  63. My daughter and I made these the other night, we tweaked them a little based on what was on hand...and they are delicious!! Well, I should say 'were' because they didn't last long :-)

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  64. I made these tonight...I used cocoa covered almonds ground them up real fine and omitted the honey all togther still sweet enough for me...next time I will try with dark cocoa powder instead!! Loved them..taking them into work I know they will be a hit! Also was thinking of using nutella instead of the chocolate or peanut butter...hmmmm may have to experiment

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  65. Carob chips would be a good substitute for the chocolate. Or dark chocolate

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  66. Hi Amy, I make a similiar No bake bar but with Protein soy powder and has 25 grams of protein and under 200 calories. I use honey & peanut butter also. Most of us never get enough protein daily so it is nice to enjoy what tastes like a yummy dessert bar but is so healthy for you.

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    1. Now that's what I'm talking about. As an active athlete I also use protein powder in my bars (with coconut sugar & almond butter). Soy powder? Uggh! U may want to do add'l research on soy - gmo issues there. Wicked stuff. Good place to start:
      http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2011/12/08/the-dirty-little-secret-hidden-in-much-of-your-health-food.aspx

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  67. Thank you for this recipe. This is your recipe and if people dont like it they can start their own blog. Everyone can find their ulltimate healthy space. For you its clean eating for others it is converting to budism. Im not eating clean, but would like to. Recipe's like this inspire me.

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  68. Hi - just wondering what kind of peanut butter you used?

    Thanks :)

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  69. I use Krema brand peanut butter. It's pretty yummy and has no hydrogenated oils or sugar added. We find it at Smith's in Utah, but a little digging in the health food isles of most stores will usually turn up peanut-only peanut butter of some kind. :)

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  70. can't wait to try this! do you use baking paper to put in the baking tray, or not?

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    1. Nope. I just let the oils from the bars themselves do the greasing for me. :)

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  71. omg, the complaining people

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  72. These were yummy. I took them to an event (indoors) and they got really soft from sitting out of the refrig. Any ideas? Followed recipe exactly.

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  73. Love these! I have tweeked this recipe many times adding almonds, Brazil nuts, and protein powder for after workouts.

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  74. Thank you so much for sharing this awesome recipe! It must be the answer for all problems. Worldpiece in a pan!
    Because of the sugar-issue I used just as much cocoa powder as you use chocolatechips: 1 1/4 cup.
    The result? One word: FREAKIN' WORLDPIECE IN MY FRIDGE!

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  75. Hey!! I just found you via Pinterest and am linking to your delicious looking recipe as part of a no-bake treat round-up on my blog. Can't wait to give them a try! My maiden name is Amy Hughes -- small world. :-P

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  76. For those of you who are worried about all of the coconut oil...my friend recommended using half of the coconut oil and substituting an equal amount of pureed white beans!!! I also substituted 1/4 c. cocoa powder for the chocolate chips and added more honey so the grandkids would like them. They turned out fabulously!!!!

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  77. thank you for great job and amazing blog

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  78. The following stores that carry peanut butter from just peanuts are; Belair, Raleys, and Winco. You can also get sugar free choc. chips at walmart.

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  79. best bars ever!! These are sooo good! I added chia seeds too...

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  80. They look good, although they are not sugar free. There is sugar in the chocolate chips.

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    1. Use the unsweetened variety of chocolate chips. Problem solved. :)

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  81. When I make those bars I can't stop eating them, so I don't make them very often

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  82. I made these bars and they are very good. I ate a bar every night for dessert and didn't gain an ounce. Mine didn't turn out as thick as the picture so I'm going to try a smaller pan next time (probably this week) to get them thicker.

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