My kids and I enjoyed them for our afternoon treat today! Tried the recipe twice, following the recipe exactly but the ‘crust’ turned into a sloppy mess and was not hard enough to be a crust. Susanne. No one would even know if was healthy!! Time to celebrate! So glad you enjoyed (and good tip with the pink salt). I doubled the recipe and they still disappeared so fast. Place the baking pan with the caramel sauce in the freezer to harden for at least 15 minutes so you can easily spread the chocolate layer. The perfect, easy treat to keep in the fridge . These were amazing!! Would honey work? Mix together with a fork until it forms a nice thick crumb texture. They are amazing, I’ve already made them multiple times and will be making a double batch from now on! Her work is not sloppy. These was a huge hit in my family that even my husband loved them! What if I’m out of maple syrup? So glad you and the family love these! Enjoy! Add to pan and use your fingers to evenly press down into the pan. . Awesome! I recommend placing in the freezer for longer. Now that I’m an adult, I rarely find myself buying candy bars. I work with many vegans and vegetarians and would love to bring them a treat. I chose a caramel sauce made with Medjool dates because when I was testing this recipe I kept finding the dairy-free caramel sauce to be too sweet. Had a hard time posting 5 stars with my cell phone. Looks great. Which is obviously the priority. SO GOOD. That could work! Butter might work best for a sub! May or may not make another batch right now…. Followed recipe exactly. Now that I was on the path to my peanut butter banana bar masterpiece, it was time to make some creative decisions. So I had some options. I’ve already made these twice! Still hasn’t hardened. I have the peanut butter caramel in the freezer now and it’s been almost 2 hours. Transfer peanut butter mixture into the prepared baking pan. In a medium bowl add the almond flour, coconut oil, maple syrup, vanilla extract and salt. Get my best easy tips for healthy baking in this free email series! My husband and I are trying to be on purpose with eating clean and staying consistent means we needed to find some healthy treats to indulge in every now and then. Regardless of that substitution, these bars are simply outstanding! That’s why we went the sprouted route on our seed crackers. I‘ve baked these bars the first time and they are very delicious! If yes, about how much? What a yummy treat! I will try a keto version with sugar-free maple syrup. They are seriously so so good! 1 Comment Filed Under: Blog, Desserts, Recipes. refined coconut oil has no coconut flavor if you wanted to try that. I’m glad that worked out well! Our new ready-to-eat Soft Baked Cookies are made with nutrient-dense almond flour and smartly sweetened with honey and coconut sugar. The recipe is based off of my millionaire bars that you all fell in love with, but instead of a tahini caramel middle, there’s a peanut butter filling that’s nice, thick and perfectly sweet. These healthy peanut butter twix bars are a homemade, better for you take on the candy bar we all know and love. Healthier and more delicious than a Twix bar, simple and easy to make, few dishes used, pantry ingredients, kid approved- this recipe really has it all! I had the same problem . Glad you loved these! You combine coconut flour, eggs, coconut oil, and some sweetener to make an incredibly flaky shortbread tasting crust. Stir in coconut flour, the dough will get thick, dry and difficult to stir with a spatula so use your hands … I refrigerated half of them and froze the rest, and love how they taste cold straight from the fridge. Can I use molasses or corn syrup instead of maple syrup? Will make again. Thank you for a yummy alternative to banana bread. Just be careful and don’t over-indulge, like me, if you can help it!!! I’m excited to try these. Thanks Monique! If you don’t like cooking with powdered peanut butter or protein powder, fret not! Incredible, healthy peanut butter twix bars made with better-for-you ingredients like all natural peanut butter, almond flour, pure maple syrup, and chocolate.