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  • Writer's pictureEmily Yeo

Coconut Cashew Granola Bars

I made snack bars again! As you can tell. They come to you today for a reason. I may have had one too many sugary treats lately and my teeth hurt. Even though I am a firm believer in chocolate and treats, I’m always trying to be somewhat serious about healthy eating. Granola bars are loved by kids and adults alike. I tend to like the more expensive bars, so this recipe saves me some money. This recipe is filled with oats, cashew butter, and dates — and then turned up a notch with coconut and cashews. These bars are chewy and naturally sweetened with dates and maple syrup. I really like the sticky texture the dates add.



When time permits, I always prefer homemade granola bars to shop bought ones. Healthier, whole ingredients, and they just taste better to me. This is my current favourite bar- a toasted oat and coconut base, with crunchy cashews, and a drizzling of dark chocolate for a little indulgence. So delicious! Sticky, raw and delicious granola bars that are quick and easy to make and packed with good-for-you ingredients. These snack bars are naturally vegan, gluten-free and contain only 9 simple ingredients and take 10 minutes to make.



They are made with dried fruit and nuts. no grains or refined sugars. The cashews added.... ahhh their smooth, buttery texture and delicate flavour, this healthy little nut is the main ingredient in today’s chewy snack bars. They pair so well with coconut too! If you are familiar with the popular “larabars” then you will have an idea as to how these taste. Only, to be honest, these have to be ten times better. The fresh ingredients take these vegan coconut cashew granola bars over the edge. I knew when I began to slice these babies up they were going to be a hit and I wasn’t wrong. The flavours were perfect together.



These are very nutrient dense snacks that will keep you satisfied all morning or afternoon. They are filled with healthy fats (my favorite), and a good amount of protein and fiber. Added benefits include being a good source of potassium, calcium, and iron. They are also made with simple and real ingredients, which store bought versions cannot always promise.


IF YOU EVER GIVE THIS RECIPE A TRY, DO LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW AND/OR TAG @FRUITYEMZ AND HASHTAG #FRUITYEMZ ON YOUR INSTAGRAM POST! I WOULD LOVE TO SEE ALL YOUR YUMMY CREATIONS 🙂

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