The easiest Kind bars, coconut and almond flavored. Just 3 ingredients for chewy, crunchy, healthy coconut almond bars!
Tell me, what’s your favorite KIND bar flavor? I might just take a stab at it, even though that expression totally spooks me out. My plan is to create the most epic homemade KIND bar recipe collection… and share all of the tasty recipes with you. 😉
Have you tried almond coconut kind bars? It’s one of my sister, Penny’s, favorite healthy snacks. And when I tell you it’s one of her faves, that means something. Due to the fact that she’s the Granola Bar Expert in our fam.
And while she loved my 5 ingredient Homemade Nut Bars and my Homemade Dark Chocolate Sea Salt KIND Nut Bars, she was still craving a bit of sumthin’ sumthin’ in the neighborhood of Easy, on the street of Almond Coconut.
(Yeah, I kinda let that analogy get away from me.)
When I shared today’s KIND Bars: Almond Coconut-style with Penny, she was over the moon. Won’t you try making some homemade kind bars of your own and tell me what you think? I can’t wait!
How to Make Kind Bars with Almond and Coconut
You won’t believe how easy it is to make these homemade kind bars! Check out the easy steps below:
Firstly, preheat the oven to 325°F. Yep, firstly. 😉 Then line your square baking pan with parchment paper.
Add all three kind bar ingredients into a large bowl: almonds, coconut, and maple syrup. Stir and fold everything together until well mixed.
Pour the kind bar mixture into the pan you prepared earlier. Use a rubber spatula to smooth the mixture into a flat, tightly packed layer.
Bake, Cool and Enjoy
Bake, cool, slice and enjoy the best almond coconut kind bars!
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The 3 ingredients you need for the best Kind Bar Recipe!
Pure Maple Syrup
Mai says, “I just made this recipe and it’s delicious!! I blitzed the almonds and coconut a bit cos I have senstive teeth, it was a nice texture. Thanks so much for the recipe, I will keep making it :)”
Suzie says, “I’m not vegan, paleo, GF or any other food related thing. I’ve never had a Kind bar. But these are all ingredients I love so I made them. Omg, so delicious. Trying not to eat them all before dinner.”
LeeAnne says, “I just made these, they turned out really well. I think I like them more than the bars that inspired them. I spend a small fortune on kind bars to keep in my car when I don’t get a chance to eat, now I can make them myself. Thanks so much for posting this.”
Rhiannon says, “I am so grateful to have this recipe! I made two batches because my husband stole the first to take to work for healthy snacking. Thank you so much!”
How to Store these Healthy Coconut Almond Kind Bars
You can easily store these kind almond bars for up to 1 month. Keep your kind bars at room temperature and way from heat sources.
If you choose to freeze these kind bars, make sure to allow them 10-30 minutes to thaw before enjoying.
Crunchy almonds and sweet, chewy coconut come together in the best kind bars recipe!
So are you ready to create the kindest of homemade KIND bars? I’ll grab all the almonds, you grab the coconut! Let’s make this! I’m so happy that you’re here, stirring, baking, whisking and just… making the wonderful treats you and your loved ones deserve. It’s extra special to share this with you. I can’t wait to hear what you think of this recipe! ‘Til the next baking adventure…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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