- 1 cup dates
- 1 cup dried cranberries
- 1 cup salted almonds (lightly)
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds
- 1 tablespoon flax seeds
- 2 tablespoons agave nectar
PER SERVING *
|Calories410Calories from Fat180|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Laura K. 22 Apr
These turn out really well - they’re a sweet but healthy snack!
Cheryl Lockhart 1 Apr
These are amazing! I made them into balls. Satisfies my sweet tooth!
Justin Thain 12 Mar
Delicious and simple to make!
Suzanne Morris Vasquez 13 Oct 2017
I made these yesterday using fresh dates instead of dried. 1) They are incredibly delicious and will become a staple dish in my Paleo journey! 2) Since I have to avoid sugar and similar reactive sweeteners, I substituted honey for the agave. Perhaps this is why they were just a little too sweet for me. Or perhaps my tastebuds are a little off where sweets are concerned. Either way, when I make them again, very soon, I will adjust to accommodate for sweetness. One last point...3) If you use fresh dates be forewarned, they have pits in them. I had no idea why my food processer was making weird noises. Thankfully the processor did not chop the pits. So my first batch of energy bars, though extremely delicious, have pits in them. So naturally, I recommend that if you use fresh dates, remove the pits first!
Nick Wroblewski 5 Feb 2017
These bars were very easy to make and tasted great. I followed the recipe exactly as will be making again.
Samantha M. 19 Oct 2016
I replaced the dates with prunes and dried cranberries with dried mixed berries! I also like to make mine a bit thinner so that the recipe goes a bit further and they are a little bit lower calorie each. But the basic recipe is awesome, have made three times now!
Meredith T. 18 Jan 2016
Added some coconut, doubled the seeds, adjusted the agave syrup to hold the extra together. Soooo good!