Healthy Berry Granola Bars: this healthy granola bars recipe is bursting with sweet berry flavor: blueberries, strawberries, & cranberries. The best granola bars—fiber-rich, healthy, made with whole ingredients, vegan + gluten free.
Good morning! <– Didn’t just reading that make you feel so good? Every morning, when I reach for my phone, I always see this message: “Good Morning” and I feel compelled to say it out loud, which then makes Erik go, “Oh, thank you!! Well, good morning to you too!”
And I’m like, niiiiice. And I fist bump my phone, then accidentally call my mom, then accidentally post something to Instagram, then punch the side buttons like 15 times, accidentally take no fewer than 4 screenshots, and pray that the morning madness will end.
Then, I go back to smirking and staying far, far away from my phone until I actually need a “good morning” and related shenanigans ensue the next day. Goodness.
And then I actually tell you what we’re baking today… and it’s totally setting you up for the best good morning ever tomorrow! Ready for it? Let’s do it!
Triple Berry: Healthy Granola Bars
Lately, I’ve been on such a healthy granola bar kick: I’ve been making batches of these healthy homemade blueberry granola bars, sending batches of these healthy homemade coconut granola bars to the fam, and making double batches of these 3 ingredient no bake peanut butter granola bars to share. 🙂
So what naturally came next was the ultimate healthy berry granola bars! They’re so much fun to make, and packed with three different kinds of berries: dried strawberries (how cool is that?), dried cranberries and dried blueberries. So. Friggin. Good.
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Are Berry Granola Bars Healthy?
These berry granola bars are one of my favorite healthy granola bars because they’re packed with fiber-rich oats, delicious dried fruit, and boast healthy fats from nuts and almond butter. These berry granola bars are:
Vegan, Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Healthy, Made from Whole Ingredients, and Refined Sugar Free!
How to Store Healthy Berry Granola Bars
Easy! Store your healthy berry granola bars in an airtight container, in a cool, dark environment for 1-2 months. If you wanna freeze them, store your healthy granola bars in a freezer-friendly container for 1-3 months.
Where to Buy Ingredients for the Best Berry Granola Bars
- Nuts: Almonds, Pecans, Walnuts – you can use any combo of nuts to make these berry granola bars, but this trio is my favorite. 🙂
- Gluten Free Rolled Oats – I like keeping a bag of these GF rolled oats on hand for making homemade granola bars, healthy chunky granola, and for grinding up to make homemade oat flour.
- Dried Strawberries + Dried Blueberries + Dried Cranberries – dried strawberries!! How cool is that? These are my favorite dried fruits because they’re sweetened with just fruit juice. There’s no added sugar or additional junk.
- Coconut Sugar | Coconut Oil – two staples of any healthy baking pantry. Refined sugar-free. Dairy-free.
- Natural, Creamy Almond Butter – no salt or oil added. This almond butter is made with just 1 ingredient: almonds. Love the simplicity of it.
Ready for the best good morning ever?? Let’s bake this! I mean, what good morning doesn’t start with a yummy healthy baked treat? I can’t wait to hear what you and your loved ones think of my recipe. Thanks for stopping by & enjoying a joyful kitchen moment with me. ‘Til the next one…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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