Raspberry Crumble Bars
These Raspberry Crumble Bars are the most indulgent keto low-carb dessert I have ever made.
They have a crumbly base and a rich raspberry jam layer.
What Are Raspberry Crumble Bars?
Raspberry Crumble Bars are a healthy breakfast recipe made of a crumbly base with gluten-free flour, a refine-sugar-free jam, and a toasted coconut top layer.
It also makes for a lovely snack that is suitable for almost all dietary requirements.
Why I Love This Recipe
These Raspberry Crumb Bars are a delicious easy breakfast recipe that is also:
How To Make Raspberry Crumble Bars
This is a (relatively) simple recipe, made with a few wholesome ingredients.
- Almond Flour – Almond flour is a delicious low-carb flour that brings a nutty taste with a lot of nutrients. Pick ultra-fine almond flour for the best results.
- Desiccated Coconut – I like unsweetened desiccated coconut to reduce the added sugars in the recipe.
- Coconut Flour – Coconut flour is another healthy flour full of fiber and nutrients that adds a delicious coconut taste.
- Coconut Oil – Prefer using unrefined coconut oil. You could also use melted butter if you don’t have coconut oil, but it won’t be dairy-free anymore.
- Maple Syrup – Use sugar-free maple syrup for keto-friendly raspberry bars.
- Vanilla – vanilla extract or essence brings a delicious taste to the recipe. You can also use grated vanilla pods.
- Raspberries – Fresh or frozen raspberries can be used to make sugar-free jam. Raspberries are low-carb fruits.
- Chia Seeds – Chia seeds are superfoods rich in minerals and vitamins that I love using in many recipes.
- Coconut Chips – fresh or toasted coconut chips work. I like the taste of toasted coconut so it’s my pick for the top layer.
Making The Crumble
If you are a lover of crumble bars, you will love this simple healthy raspberry crumble bars recipe. So here is how to make them.
It is a very simple recipe as all you have to do is process all the ingredients – for the bottom layer – into a food processor. It just takes 5 minutes to prepare.
The bottom layer is my favorite part. It is ‘buttery’ with a lovely crumb texture that melts in your mouth.
Making The Jam
The filling is a super healthy jam, the sweetest fresh raspberry chia seed jam you’ll ever make with no refined sugar.
It only takes 5 minutes to cook the raspberry filling ingredients into a mixture that can be spread on the base.
Making The Crust
Finally, the coconut crust on top is crunchy, with a delicious taste of roasted coconut that goes so well with the raspberry jam.
Combine all the top crust ingredients in a large bowl and sprinkle it on top of the jam by crumbling the batter.
You can store your Raspberry Crumble Bars in the refrigerator for up to 3 days in an airtight container.
It’s also possible to freeze them for up to 3 months and reheat them in the oven for a few minutes or thaw them in the fridge overnight.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can use oats in the shortbread, but the recipe would be slightly higher in carbs.
You can use a crystal sweetener such as erythritol if you are on a low-carb diet, or light brown sugar if you’re not.
Yes, you can use strawberries or blueberries for the jam instead of fresh raspberries. If you don’t like berries, you can also use apricot or peach.
The recipe will work with raspberry preserves but it’s always healthier and more interesting to make your own food!
Raspberry Crumble Bars
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