Low carb granola bars are a deliciously filling breakfast and can be a great road trip snack. Regular granola bars are held together using sugar syrups or fibre gums, while this low carb friendly version is held together using the power of coconut oil and peanut butter. YUM!
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Low Carb Granola Bars Recipe
These low carb granola bars are super easy to make, and they taste delicious! Using the products from Atkins, it makes this recipe very easy to put together, since you don’t have to start from scratch and make the granola yourself.
However, if you are in an area which doesn’t sell Atkins crunchy muesli, you can always substitute with my own Keto Granola Recipe Here
Which Silicone Mold Did You Use?
I made this fudge using a cheap silicone mold I found at Kmart. It’s the best way to go since silicone makes it so easy to remove the bar when it’s set in the freezer.Here is the link to purchase this item
The only downside to using a silicone mold like this is that it’s very flexible, so you’ll have to put a metal baking tray underneath before pouring the granola into the sections so that you are able to pick up the mold without the contents spilling everywhere
Low Carb Chocolate Bar Drizzle
The chocolate drizzle on top comes from the Atkins low carb endulge chocolate bar, which melts just like regular chocolate!
I melted this in the microwave for 1 minute, and mixed the chocolate around. Don’t ever overheat chocolate, otherwise the chocolate won’t flow when it’s melted, it will just clump and turn lumpy, or turn into a hard ball of cocoa butter.
How To Store Low Carb Granola Bars
Since these granola bars are mostly based on coconut oil, they are best stored in a cool area like the fridge or the freezer. If you live in a cool climate, you might be able to get away with storing these in the cupboard, but generally, I would advise keeping in the fridge.
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Low Carb Granola Bars
- Melt the coconut oil until warm, then pour into a medium sized mixing bowl. Add the peanut butter and mix together. Pour in the crunchy granola, and mix through the coconut and peanut butter mixture.
- Place a silicon mold into a tray (to keep the mold from flexing in the freezer), and evenly divide the mixture into each section. Place into the freezer for 1-2 hours or until set hard.
- Melt 2 atkins chocolate bars either in a bowl over hot water on the stove, or for 1 minute in the microwave. Remove the bars from the sililcone mold and place on top of a peice of partchment paper. Drizzle the chocolate over each bar, and set aside.
- Keep in the fridge (or freezer) for up to 2 weeks.
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Tips & Notes:
How To Store Low Carb Granola BarsSince these granola bars are mostly based on coconut oil, they are best stored in a cool area like the fridge or the freezer. If you live in a cool climate, you might be able to get away with storing these in the cupboard, but generally, I would advise keeping in the fridge.
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