Coconut Bounty Bars

Coconut Bounty Bars (sugar-free)

These vegan Coconut Bounty Bars are one of the easiest bars that you can make at home. You can enjoy almost the same taste as the original Bounty bars, but with much healthier ingredients. Only a few ingredients and 15 minutes of your time and you will get coconutty, healthy, vegan grab-and-go homemade Coconut Bounty Bars.

Coconut Bounty Bars

These Coconut Bounty Bars are:

  • Coconutty
  • Dairy-free and lactose-free
  • Easy to make
  • Healthy
  • Naturally sweetened with honey
  • Vegan
  • Grab-and-go snack
  • Refined sugar-free
Coconut Bounty Bars

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TIME: 15 min preparing, at least 30 minutes in the fridge or freezer  SERVINGS: 7


  • 100g shredded coconut
  • 100g coconut milk (canned, thick part)
  • 40g honey (runny) 
  • 50g vegan dark chocolate
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil


  1. Blend shredded coconut using a blender or process it in a food processor until you get it close to flour consistency.
  2. Take a bowl, and add blended shredded coconut, coconut milk, and honey. Combine all well until the sticky mixture is formed.
  3. Melt the chocolate at a very low temperature, and add the coconut oil to get the chocolate more liquid. Combine all until getting a smooth and liquid mixture.
  4. Make rectangular bars by hand. Cover them with melted chocolate. Tip! Take a fork, place a bar on the fork, and hold it over the chocolate mixture. Take a spoon in the other hand and cover the bar with chocolate. The excess chocolate will drip off.

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Chocolate Nut Clusters

This is one of the easiest snacks you can ever cook. Chocolate Nut Rice Cake Clusters are crunchy, easy to make, and consist of only a few ingredients. Chocolate Nut Clusters could be your everyday snack with the afternoon coffee and it can be a great last-minute gift to friends and family, besides nut clusters will look nice in a glass bowl.

I wanted to make some super easy recipe with the ingredients that I have at home. I took nuts, puffed up rice cakes, covered it all with rich chocolate, and left to cool in the fridge, and that’s it.

Chocolate Nut Clusters (Sugar-free)

Chocolate Nut Clusters – Healthy, Easy Everyday Snack

Chocolate nut clusters

Tip for making these delicious Chocolate Nut Clusters:

  • You can choose any of your favorite nuts, it doesn’t matter what kind of nuts you are using as long as you like the taste of them. I think the most appropriate nuts are almonds, hazelnuts, and cashews.
  • Chop half of the nuts, because that can help you to make the crispiness of clusters.
  • The coconut oil makes the chocolate more liquid and easier to process with nuts.
  • I prefer to keep Chocolate Nut Clusters in the freezer, then they will be harder and better held together than keeping them in the fridge.
Chocolate nut clusters

These Chocolate Nut Clusters are:

  • Crunchy 
  • Chocolatey
  • Dairy and lactose-free
  • Easy to make
  • Healthy
  • Nutty
  • Refined sugar-free
Chocolate Nut Clusters (Vegan and Healthy)


TIME: 10 minutes for preparation | at least 3 hours or overnight in the fridge or freezer SERVINGS: 15 clusters

  • 100g sugar-free and dairy-free or vegan dark chocolate
  • 3 tbsp coconut oil
  • 2 handfuls of mixed nuts. I used cashews and almonds
  • 7 rice cakes


  1. Take a bowl, mash the rice cakes into very small pieces. 
  2. Add 1/2 of the nuts. Chop the rest part of the nuts into small pieces and add to rice cake pieces. Mix all well. 
  3. Melt the chocolate at a very small temperature, add the coconut oil to get the chocolate more liquid. Combine all until get smooth and liquid mixture.
  4. Add the melted chocolate to nuts and rice cake pieces, mix all well. 
  5. Take a pan or square bowl, spread over the chocolate nut mixture, press it very well, and put in the freezer for at least 3 hours or overnight. 
  6. Cut or break into small pieces, keep them in the fridge or freezer. 

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Snickers Ice Cream Vegan and Healthy


Snickers are the classic from sweet bars. I think this is one of the most popular sweet snack bars. I also find it delicious, but I wanted to make it healthier from natural ingredients, without refined sugar and other unhealthy ingredients.
I’ve made classic Healthy Snickers Bars as well, you can find the recipe in my blog. This time I wanted to try something new with snickers taste, and the most popular dessert in the summer is ice cream, so why not make a snicker ice cream, but a much healthier version than the classic one? I tried and shared the recipe with you, I would be very happy if you share your thoughts about this recipe, as well as the result.
Snickers Ice Cream bars are super tasty, sweet, cooling, and the perfect healthy dessert for hot summer days. If you like classic Snickers Bars, then you must try these. These healthy Snickers Bars are dairy-free, lactose-free, sugar-free, vegan, plant-based, and egg-free.
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Snickers Ice Cream (Vegan and Healthy)

Homemade Snickers Ice Cream Bars – Lactose-Free, Refined Sugar-Free and Vegan

Snickers Ice Cream Bars
Snickers Ice Cream Bars

TIME: 15 min preparation, ~ 5 hours to freeze | SERVINGS: 8



  • 150g cashews (soaked at least 1 hour in hot water)
  • 200ml canned coconut milk/cream thick part
  • 2 tbsp peanut butter
  • 1 tbsp honey


  • 150g dates (juicy and soft or soak them ~ 10 – 20 min in a hot water)
  • 80ml almond or other plant-based milk
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter
  • Pinch of salt
  • 80g roasted unsalted peanuts


  • 180g vegan sugar-free dark chocolate
  • 2 tbsp coconut oil


  1. Take a food processor or blender, and blend soaked cashews with coconut cream, peanut butter, and honey until you get a creamy and smooth mixture.
  2. Take a rectangular or square pan, cover it with parchment paper and smooth out the mixture, if the pan is too large and the base looks very thin, then just simply squeeze it into a smaller area to get thicker. Put in the freezer for 2 hours.
  3. Roast the peanuts in 180Β°C for 5 – 7 min and let them cool.
  4. Prepare the caramel, blend dates with plant milk, peanut butter, and salt, take a spoon and mix the caramel with roasted peanuts.
  5. Spread the caramel over the ice cream base and put back it in the freezer for at least 2 hours or overnight.
  6. Cut it into bars, if it started to melt, put it back into the freezer.
  7. Melt the chocolate at a very low temperature.
  8. Take a bar, dip it into the chocolate or cover it using a spoon or spatula.
  9. When all bars are covered by chocolate, put them back in the freezer to harden the chocolate for ~ 1 hour.
  10. Store Ice Cream bars in the freezer.
Peanut Protein Bars


These healthy homemade Peanut Protein Bars will be a great snack before or after the workout, or whenever you are hungry. They are super easy to make because they consist of only 3 ingredients and you can make them without baking. Peanut Energy Bars are healthy because they are made from natural ingredients, high in protein and fiber, sugar-free, lactose-free, and vegan.

Peanut Protein Bars
Peanut Protein Bars No-Bake and Sugar-Free

No-Bake Healthy Peanut Protein Bars – Sugar-Free, Vegan – Guilt-Free Dessert or Snack


TIME: 10 MIN | SERVINGS: 6 bars


  • 80g oats
  • 6 tbsp peanut butter
  • 100g dates
  • Pinch of salt (optional)


  1. Blend 50g oats, peanut butter, salt, and dates until you get a sticky mixture.
  2. Add the remaining oats, mix all well with a spoon or hand in a bowl. 
  3. Take a rectangular or square pan, cover it with baking paper.
  4. Smooth out the mixture and press well. If the pan is too large and the base looks very thin, then just simply squeeze it into a smaller area to get thicker.
  5. Cut in bars and it’s ready. πŸ™‚

Blackcurrant Chocolate Bars


Blackcurrant Chocolate Bars are fruity, slightly sour, but with a sweet and juicy layer of jam. These Blackcurrant Bars will be a delicate healthy dessert whenever you want something sweet. They are healthy and guilt-free dessert because they contain only natural sugar from blackcurrants and honey. Blackcurrant Chocolate Bars also are vegan, lactose-free, and white wheat-flour-free.

If it is not possible to get blackcurrants, then you can also use any other berries.

Blackcurrant Chocolate Bars

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Sugar-Free Blackcurrant Chocolate Bars

Fruity, Healthy Blackcurrant Chocolate Bars – Your Guilt-free Dessert

Blackcurrant Chocolate Bars

TIME: 15 min | SERVINGS: 14



  • 200g dates
  • 80g muesli or oats
  • 50g blackcurrants. You can use other berries as well
  • 2 tbsp shredded coconut (optional)
  • 1 tbsp peanut
  • Β½ tsp cinnamon


  • 75g fresh or frozen blackcurrant
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 1 tbsp honey or other sweetener
  • 2 tbsp chia seeds

Top Layer:

  • 60g sugar-free dark chocolate
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil (optional – the chocolate will be more liquid)


  1. Start with the jam. Take a boiler, add blackcurrant and water. Boil all in medium heat, while boiling try to mash the blackcurrant with a spoon.
  2. Add honey, combine all, add chia seeds and leave to cool.
  3. Blend the muesli or oats.
  4. Separately blend dates with blackcurrant, cinnamon, and peanut butter. You can soak the dates before in hot water for 10 minutes to make them softer.
  5. Take a bowl, add the date mixture, shredded coconut and blended oats or muesli, mix all well.
  6. Smooth out the mixture in a parchment square or rectangular pan. Press the mixture. If the pan is too large and the base looks very thin, then just simply squeeze it into a smaller area to get thicker.
  7. Spread over blackcurrant jam.
  8. Melt the chocolate with coconut oil at a very low temperature.
  9. Spread over chocolate.
  10. Put the base in the freezer to cool for at least 2 hours.
  11. Cut the base in square bars. Keep the bars in the freezer, but before eating, wait about 10 minutes for the jam to melt and to make bars more liquid.

Healthy Sugar-free Mars Bars


Healthy Sugar-free Mars Bars are super delicious and a great alternative to real ones. Healthy Mars Bars are creamy, soft and filled with sweet caramel. It took time to figure out the best combination. Mars Bars are quick to make, but most of the time takes for the freezing process. Healthy Mars bars are sugar-free, white wheat-flour-free, and vegan, they are much healthier than store-bought and you can make them at any time, whenever you want something really sweet, or if you are a big fan of real Mars and other bars, then this recipe will be for you.

Healthy Sugar-free Mars Bars

Vegan, Lactose-free and Sugar-Free – Healthy Mars Bars

Healthy Sugar-fre Mars Bars

You definitely need to try out these as well: Healthy Snickers

Healthy Sugar-free Mars Bars

TIME: 15 min preparation, ~ 4 hours to freeze | Servings: 8



  1. 180 g dates (soft or soaked for 10 minutes in hot water)
  2. 80g coconut cream/milk (in the can and only the hard part)
  3. 1 tsp cocoa
  4. 100g cream cheese (vegan, lactose-free – optional)


  1. 130g dates 
  2. 60ml plant milk
  3. 1 tbsp peanut butter
  4. 1/4 tsp salt

Top layer:

  1. 100g sugar-free dark chocolate (vegan, lactose-free – optional)
  2. 2 tbsp coconut oil



  1. Blend the dates, then add coconut cream/milk, cocoa, and cream cheese. Combine all
  2. Smooth out the mixture in a parchment square or rectangular pan. If the pan is too large and the base looks very thin, then just simply squeeze it into a smaller area to get thicker. The cream base needs to be ~ 1 -2 cm.
  3. Put the pan in the freezer for 2 hours.


  1. Blend the dates with milk, salt, and peanut butter until a creamy caramel mixture is formed. This can take time if the blender is not high-speed power enough or dates are not so soft.
  2. After 2 hours smooth out the caramel mixture on a cream base.
  3. Put the pan in the freezer for 2 hours.
  4. Cut the base in bars.

Top layer:

  1. Melt the chocolate with coconut oil at a low temperature and spread over the bars. I used a teaspoon to cover the bar from every side. Place in the freezer for 1-2 hours.