No bake peanut butter bars healthy dessert made with 6 simple ingredients, 100% sugar-free, gluten-free and vegan. A delicious keto snack to fix your sweet cravings with no sugar in less than 20 minutes.
You know how much I love healthy sugar-free sweet treats, especially no-bake bars, remember that no bake cookie dough bar a while ago? Well, these no-bake peanut butter bars are even better. The recipe is very much inspired by the previous one, except that I used powdered sugar-free sweetener in this recipe – lots of you struggle to buy sugar-free liquid monk fruit syrup so I thought it might be better. By the way, if you are struggling to find some sweeteners or want to convert from one sweetener to another, make sure you check out our sweetener conversion chart and tool! Also, no almonds flour here, only coconut flour. This makes the no bake peanut butter bar a quick keto dessert or a quick low-carb snack! All you need to make the peanut butter layer are 3 simple ingredients:
These bars wouldn’t be proper no bake chocolate peanut butter bars without a fair amount of sugar-free chocolate on top! There’s always the option to buy your sugar-free chocolate, but it’s more fun and more rewarding to do it yourself! So you can make your sugar free chocolate layer using a combo of simple ingredients we all have in our pantry on a keto low-carb diet.
So this is all you need, just 4 ingredients:
So here we are, we just made no-bake peanut butter bars a healthy, sugar-free, gluten-free and vegan dessert or snack. A great option for the whole family, done in just a few minutes, it’s the perfect quick keto snack!
Yes you can! Probably not for more than 4 weeks, but this quick keto dessert can definitely be frozen! Don’t microwave though, leave them defrost for 30-60 minutes in the fridge or at room temperature.
If you like no-bake keto snacks, have a look my other no bake recipes below.
I hope you guys enjoy this recipe too. As always, share a pic with me on Instagram if you try them. I will love to see your creation.
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