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Raw Vegan Granola Bars

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Here’s a very simple and quick recipe for healthy raw vegan granola bars.

In order to balance the oils from the nuts and seeds, I decided to add some rolled oats and dried fruit, but that’s optional. I made them with honey, but you can use maple syrup as a vegan option.

I also decided to add some desiccated coconut and some coconut flakes.

You can use only coconut oil, but I decided to mix coconut oil with some tahini (you can use another nut butter you may have).

These bars are delicious, nutritious and very easy to make.



See also

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  • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon of tahini
  • 2 tablespoons of maple syrup or honey
  • 1 cup of oats, desiccated coconut, nuts, seeds and dried fruit of your choice



Melt the coconut oil, add the honey and the tahini and mix them well. Add the rest of the ingredients, mix again and transfer the mixture into a small container or tray (I used my 16×10 cm / 6×4 inches container).

Refrigerate overnight and enjoy! 🙂


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See also

Raw Vegan Carob Fudge Bars


Raw Vegan Chocolate Fudge Bars


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12 thoughts on “Raw Vegan Granola Bars

  1. if i wanted to soak the oats the night before for digestibility purposes, how would i adjust this recipe. thank you

    1. I am sorry for the late reply! I haven’t tried that but maybe if use a few blended dates as sweetener, they will help hold the mixture better when the oats are already soaked.
      Usually, the oats (especially if they are fine or blended like flour), get soft from the oils and liquid sweetener overnight but if you have digestive problems, it’s better not to risk it.

  2. Maple Syrup is not vegan either unless it specifically states on the jar. A jelling agent is usually added to maple syrup (for shelf life) which is derived from animals and it does not have to be declared.

  3. I made these and they just fell apart 🙁 They tasted great though! Any suggestions?

    Also, where it says 1 cups of oats, coconut etc…does that mean 1 cup of each of those things?


    1. Thank you for the feedback and I am sorry that they fell apart. By one cup I meant just one cup of dry ingredients of your choice (for example 1 cup of oats, or 1/2 cup oats + 1/2 cup of coconut, etc.) If the mixture is too dry, you can add a little bit of coconut oil or nut butter. Happy weekend! 🙂

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