The EASIEST keto granola bars recipe is made with delicious nuts and seeds!
Sweet, chewy coconut and the crunch of nutritious chia seeds come together to make satisfyingly dense and delicious keto granola bars! Only 1.7g net carbs per bar.
A few years ago, when I first started trying out the keto diet, I thought, “There is no such thing as a keto granola bar!” I mean, don’t granola bars need oats? (And we all know oats aren’t low carb.) As it turns out…
They don’t. And there are plenty of ingredients that make a granola bar yummy and satisfying. And and, there are a number of cleverly made liquid sweeteners that can be used in place of the high-carb sweeteners that wouldn’t make your granola bars keto-friendly.
So guess what we’re doing today? We’re making the most delicious keto granola bars ever!! They’re chewy ‘n just the right amount of dense, with a nice crispy edge for the ultimate snack satisfaction.
You ready? Let’s bake this!
What are granola bars?
Granola bars are a popular snack or breakfast option that are typically made with oats, some type of sweetener, and some kind of dried fruit or other add-in. Granola bars are usually baked in a tray, then sliced into bars for easy snacking.
What ingredients make this keto granola bars recipe keto?
Today’s granola bars are made with keto-friendly sweetener, and low carb, grain-free ingredients. We keep the net carbs down to keep these granola bars keto! With just 1.7g net carbs per bar, today’s keto granola bars are tastily keto.
How to Make Keto Granola Bars
Think it’s super hard to learn how to make keto granola bars? Think again! I, personally, had never thought that keto granola bars could be an actual thing. Like, aren’t granola bars all packed to the brim with carbs? Well, I had to think again, too. By removing high carb ingredients and replacing them with equally tasty, if not tastier, low carb ingredients, I’ve created a keto granola bar recipe that you’re sure to love. Just follow the easy steps below!
First things first, preheat the oven to 325°F. Then, line a baking pan with parchment paper.
Now, combine all of the dry ingredients into a large bowl. Stir it all together until well mixed.
Now, add all of the wet ingredients to a medium bowl. Whisk together until well incorporated.
Pour your wet ingredients over your dry ingredients, making sure to scrape the bowl clean. Stir and fold everything together until well coated and well mixed.
Pour this keto granola bar mixture into the pan you prepped earlier. Smooth it down into an even, tightly-packed layer.
Bake, cool, slice and enjoy the best keto granola bars!
How many carbs per granola bar?
Each keto granola bar has 1.7g of net carbs. This means that each keto granola bar is low carb!
How long do these low carb granola bars last, anyway?
Okay, so you aren’t completely sold on these low carb granola bars–not until you find out how long they can stay fresh for. I feel you. No one wants to get together all of these keto ingredients, mix ’em up, bake ’em, and then find out that they only last for 2 days. I mean, come on!
You’ll be pleased to find that these keto granola bars last 1-2 months! Just make sure to cool the granola bars completely, then store at room temperature in an airtight container. As always, storing the bars away from direct sunlight and heat allows them to stay fresh for longer.
Satisfyingly dense keto granola bars packed with healthy nuts, seeds and delicious chewy coconut!
I’m truly so grateful for you. Thank you for stopping by and joining me on today’s keto adventures. Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments below—I love hearing from you! ‘Til the next one…
Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️
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