Blueberry Bliss Bars (Vegan, Gluten Free, Paleo)

I don’t know if you noticed, but I love recipes that use only a few ingredients.  These Blueberry Bliss Bars are just that.  All you need is 4 simple ingredients to make these blueberry bliss bars!

This no bake recipe is perfect for summer.  I know I don’t want to spend time in my kitchen with the oven on.  It’s hot down here in Dallas!


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These yummy bliss bars are vegan, gluten free and paleo.  This was my first time using creamed coconut and I have to say that it was pretty much exactly like coconut butter.  The only difference I noticed, was that creamed coconut seemed to soften faster out of the fridge.

Another great thing you could do with these no bake bars is drizzle a little of my 3 ingredient chocolate over the top.  Yum!  If you do that, then you will need to keep the bars in the freezer.

Blueberry Bliss Bars

Blueberry Bliss Bars

Prep Time 5 min Serves 18 small squares     adjust servings

A no bake treat perfect for summer!



  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor until the mixture is smooth.
  2. Line an 8x8 pan with parchment paper, leaving enough room for some paper to stick out the sides.
  3. Dump the mixture into the pan and spread it out evenly. The mixture is very thick and you may need to wet a spatula to help spread it evenly.
  4. Once the mixture is in the pan. Gently press down using the extra sides of parchment paper.
  5. Stick the pan in the fridge to firm up. This should only take about 15-20 minutes.
  6. Once the mixture is firm, lift the whole thing out by the edges of parchment paper.
  7. I used a pizza cutter to cut mine into squares.


Recipe Notes

UPDATE: Some brands of creamed coconut will cause these to stay soft in the fridge. If you find that happens to you, just pop the bars in the freezer instead. You can also use coconut butter in place of creamed coconut

Please store these bars in the fridge. I keep mine in an airtight container with a piece of parchment between each bar. They should last at least a week in the fridge and you can also freeze them for longer storage. Enjoy!

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237 thoughts to “Blueberry Bliss Bars (Vegan, Gluten Free, Paleo)”

  1. I used frozen blueberries and coconut cream from Trader Joe's. The mixture stayed mushy in the frig and froze solid in the freezer. Very disappointing. We ended up using the mixture in our morning oatmeal which is delicious!
    1. I am sorry you had an issue. I do mention in the post that coconut butter works better than coconut cream. I'm glad you were able to re-purpose the mixture though.:)
    2. Coconut cream (from can like coconut milk) is not the same product as Creamed coconut or coconut butter. Creamed coconut can be more challenging to find. Ground vanilla bean was no where to be found in my area so I used whole vanilla bean. I haven’t tried this recipe with coconut butter. Does anyone know the nutritional value for My Fitness Pal app? Thanks!
  2. i made these and they were very yummy. Everyone thought there was sugar in it!i did not put the maple syrup but it still tasted really great!i put mine into little heart molds and they were so cute!
  3. I made these tonight trying to convert my bf to paleo like me lol. We loved them and they got had in 15 min in the fridge I did not use maple syrup and I added 3tbs of water I used liquid stevia only a couple drops and they were perfect I also added lavender.
  4. Is a vanilla bean a sort of pod? I'm not familiar with them - do you think a health food store would have them? Also, is there an alternative to use instead of them? Thanks. These look delicious!
  5. These are so great! I made a few edits: used half raspberries and half blueberries because it's what I had, and added some lime juice and lime zest. So simple and refreshing!

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