These healthy homemade crunch bars are crispy and sweet, yet lower in sugar and full of anti-inflammatory ingredients! In addition to this, they are both gluten and dairy free. They also have some added protein, making it a perfect blood sugar balancing dessert.
I like to use Hu Kitchen chocolate baking chips in this recipe. They are simple in ingredients and lower in sugar. To make this recipe sugar free, you can easily use sugar free chocolate chips (like Lily’s) and sub the maple syrup for extra almond butter and stevia drops. Make sure the crunch mixture is completely frozen before cutting into rectangles- ensure to use a sharp knife so that they do not crumble! Store in the freezer and let thaw out for a few minutes before eating. If you this recipe, try these healthier twix bars.
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