One of the most common concerns around adopting a keto diet is what to eat for a healthy low-carb snack.
Most snack foods on the market are loaded with carbohydrates and preservatives.
Even “healthy snacks” like granola bars are often made with grains like oats and loaded with excess sugar.
That’s why we decided to find a delicious, convenient, and portable Slender System approved granola bar recipe to share with you.
These grain-free granola bars are sure to satisfy your hunger without spiking your blood sugar!
1 cup organic sprouted almonds
1 cup organic sprouted pumpkin seeds
1 cup organic sprouted sunflower seeds
1/2 cup organic shredded coconut unsweetened
1/4 cup organic cocoa nibs
1/4 cup organic coconut oil melted
4 tbsp organic almond butter
1 tsp organic vanilla
2 tsp organic cinnamon
pinch sea salt
2 pasture-raised eggs
1. Preheat oven to 350 F.
2. Place all the ingredients in the blender.
3. Pulse until combined but still relatively chunky.
4. Place in an oiled 7×10 inch baking dish. For thin and crispy bars, use a larger dish.
5. Bake for 20 minutes or until golden.
6. Remove from oven and allow to cool.
7. Cut bars in to desired size.
8. Eat within 2 weeks.
How did your granola bars turn out? Let us know in the comments below!
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Love the recipe. Made them last night. I don’t particularly care for the pumpkin seeds, but will substitute another nut. What do you recommend?
You can use any nut or seed you like! Large nuts will have to be chopped. You can use cashews, almonds, macadamia nuts, etc. Hope this helps!
I watched “What the Health” which informs us that all animal products are very unhealthy and lead to cancer, diabetes, and hypertension. Are shows like these conspiracy theories or is a vegan diet the best for your health?
Hi Sophia. Unfortunately, the claims in that movie are not based on science. There have been many doctors and scientists who have refuted the movie. Here is an article that goes over the most egregious falsehoods presented in the documentary. Grass-fed and pasture-raised meats from animals who have eaten a natural diet and not been injected with antibiotics are an important part of a healthy diet for most people. https://blog.bulletproof.com/what-to-tell-your-friends-about-the-claims-from-what-the-health/