These no-bake granola bars are the healthiest granola bars recipe you want to try for breakfast. Just as regular granola bars without baking time, no sugar, no gluten or dairy, and ready in 30 minutes.
The best low-carb granola bars for an on-the-go keto breakfast.
Are no-bake granola bars keto-friendly?
Most no-bake granola bars would not be keto-friendly, but my version definitely is since it uses flaxseed meal and keto-friendly almonds and seeds.
My keto granola bars come at a staggeringly low 2.8 grams of net carbs per slice!
Keto granola bars – healthy no-bake bars recipe
You can enjoy sweet food on a low-carb diet. It is all about using the right ingredients. Generally, the best low-carb breakfast recipes include ingredients like nuts, seeds, and sugar-free natural sweeteners.
All of these are healthy, wholesome ingredients with high nutrients properties.
Therefore, these keto granola bars are healthy granola bars for everyone. Whether you follow a low-carb keto diet or not, one of these no-bake bars gives your body healthy unsaturated fat, plant-based protein, and fiber.
Because these low-carb granola bars have no eggs or dairy, they are perfect vegan granola bars too!
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How to make keto granola bars?
This is probably the easiest keto granola bar recipe you will make. No-bake recipes don’t require that much skill, only a good organization. First, you need to gather all your ingredients on the benchtop.
As a general rule, measuring all your ingredients in small pots before starting ensures a no-fail recipe.
Next, prepare a large bowl for the dry ingredients and one bowl for the liquids. Finally, always combine liquid ingredients into dry ingredients. In this case, you need only 10 minutes and 10 ingredients to prepare this healthy gluten-free granola bar recipe. See the list below.
- Sliced almonds
- Flaxseed meal
- Chia seeds
- Pumpkin seeds
- Unsweetened shredded coconut
- Sugar-free crystal sweetener – Read about my favorite keto-friendly sweeteners to find out how to choose your sugar-free crystal sweeteners.
- Natural Peanut butter. Yes, peanut butter is keto-friendly! Use it or any nut butter you love, like almond butter or cashew butter. Make sure it is fresh from the jar, smooth, and with no sugar added.
- Coconut oil – I love to use unrefined coconut oil because I enjoy coconut flavor. If you don’t, use refined coconut oil instead, it has no coconut flavor.
- Sugar-free dark chocolate chips or stevia-sweetened dark chocolate or 90% cocoa chocolate if you are ok with some bitter cocoa flavor.
How to store no-bake keto muesli bars?
These no-bake granola bars are softer than traditional granola bars. That is why I recommend freezing the bars for 20 minutes to set them quickly. Next, you can cut the block into bars and store the bars in the fridge or in the freezer. No-bake goods freeze really well and can defrost only a few hours before eating.
Homemade granola bars to impress
Believe me; you will impress everyone with these keto granola bars. They might be healthy, but they look like the real thing. Plus, the taste is absolutely amazing.
If you love healthy chewy granola bars, you’re served! They are easy to carry in your bag and eat on the go.
It is a no-bake recipe, so they tend to soften if they stay too long out of the fridge – especially in hot summer. I recommend you wrap them in plastic wrap or beeswax paper to make sure they stay fresh until I eat them.
Vegan breakfast bars with essential vitamins
Not only are these granola bars low-carb, but they are also vegan, packed with nutrients, minerals, and vitamins from flaxseeds, chia seed, and nuts. It is a delicious melt-in-your-mouth bar with crunchy pieces of nuts and seeds to keep you full until lunchtime.
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