No Bake, Nut Free Granola Bars

These no bake, nut free Granola Bars are super easy and will last you forever – or at least until you eat them all!

They are also PERFECT for making with your kiddos because you really can’t mess them up. As long as all the things stick together – you’re good to go!

For more easy snacks on the go, check out our Hummus Recipe too!

Granola Bars
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These no bake, nut free Granola Bars are super easy and will last you forever - or at least until you eat them all! They are also PERFECT for making with your kiddos because you really can't mess them up. As long as all the things stick together - you're good to go!
Servings Prep Time
12 pieces 15 minutes
Passive Time
20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
12 pieces 15 minutes
Passive Time
20 minutes
Granola Bars
Print Recipe
These no bake, nut free Granola Bars are super easy and will last you forever - or at least until you eat them all! They are also PERFECT for making with your kiddos because you really can't mess them up. As long as all the things stick together - you're good to go!
Servings Prep Time
12 pieces 15 minutes
Passive Time
20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
12 pieces 15 minutes
Passive Time
20 minutes
Ingredients
Granola Base
Added Ingredients (these are suggestions and you can add anything you love)
Servings: pieces
Instructions
  1. First combine date paste and oats. Use your hands to seriously smoosh the ingredients together and make sure they are totally incorporated. When you break the mixture in half you should see oats laced throughout the date paste.
  2. Add the honey & coconut oil and mix thoroughly. These ingredients will smooth out our base and get it ready for the flavorful ingredients
  3. Once you have mixed the base, add your other seeds/nuts/dried fruit and combine. If your ingredients are not sticking, then you need more date paste. Feel free to add as needed. If your mixture is too filled with date past and not balanced - ass more oats and seeds.
  4. Once mixture is done, line a baking sheet with parchment paper & press the mixture in the pan. Cover with parchment and press more.
  5. Place in the fridge for 20 minutes before cutting into bars. Kids also like to make their own shapes or balls. Simply use parchment to help shape and prevent sticking.
Recipe Notes

Pro Storage Tips:

  1. Making these granola balls in large quantities and packing them to go has saved us all on so many occasions. I love to individually wrap them in wax paper and store them in an airtight container to grab and go.
  2. Since all ingredients are dried, you can store them wrapped in your cabinet for weeks to come!
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