Double Chocolate Granola Bars (Vegan)

Double Chocolate Granola Bars.  These bars only contain 7 simple ingredients!  There is also ZERO cooking required to make them! You can literally whip them up in minutes!


Double Chocolate Granola Bars


These healthy bars are the perfect way to satisfy your chocolate craving.  They are vegan and gluten free too.  You can even make them nut free if you use sunflower butter instead of cashew butter.  Any nut butter works.


double chocolate granola bars


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Double Chocolate Granola Bars

Double Chocolate Granola Bars

Prep Time 5 minutes Yields 8-10 bars     adjust servings

 All you need is 7 simple ingredients to whip up these Double Chocolate Granola Bars. Vegan, gluten free and no cooking is required! 



In a food processor, add the oats and cacao powder. Blend into a fine consistency.

Then add in the remaining ingredients, minus the chocolate chips.  If the batter seems a bit dry, you can add a little water until the mixture comes together. 

Once the batter is mixed, transfer to a lined baking dish.  Press the batter down firmly.  Sprinkle with chocolate chips. Press the chips into the bars.

Place in the fridge to chill for about 30 minutes.

Once chilled, cut into bars and store in an airtight container.


Recipe Notes

These bars should last a couple weeks in the fridge.  You can also freeze them up to 6 months. Enjoy!


Double Chocolate Granola Bars


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5 thoughts to “Double Chocolate Granola Bars (Vegan)”

  1. Thank you for using cocoa powder as one of the ingredients. This is amazing! Plus the chocolate chips, it looks really delicious. I will use and try this at home with my family and will share this too with my relatives. I hope you post additional chocolate recipes
  2. These were really delicious! They were very moist and were Ike rich, creamy fudge that I enjoyed in small, bite-sized squares. I would like to be able to have them stiff enough that I could cut into bars that I could pack and take with me on travels. Should I add extra oatmeal to achieve this? I’m not certain why they didn’t come out like yours in the photo. Thank you again for your great recipes! Claudia
    1. I'm so glad you liked the flavor. Sorry it didn't come out like the video. :( You can definitely add more oats if you would like them stiffer.

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