I love making keto desserts that are easy to make and full of healthy fats. They not only help satisfy your sweet tooth cravings but also help you stay in ketosis. You can see my low carb and keto dessert recipes here. These keto creations will help you find a substitute for whatever your favorite dessert is! This No Bake Keto Sunbutter Bar Recipe is one of those efforts.
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Easy No Bake Keto Sunbutter Bar Recipe
This is a variation of my good friend Holistically Engineered no bake almond butter bars. Many of my readers ask for nut free so I wanted to see if I could come up with something. I had some friends over for dinner the other night and I needed to make a dessert. I do not usually make dessert unless my family is coming over or it is a birthday because I will eat it all myself. These were very tempting but I managed to save them for company. The best part is that they require no baking which is appealing in the summer when turning on the oven is not what you want. You can throw together these great bars in no time and you will be impressing your guests with Paleo low carb dessert goodness.
More nut free keto dessert recipes:
Here I share some of my other nut free and sugar free healthy keto dessert recipes that are great as healthy snacks or as breakfast on the go!
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Easy No Bake Keto Sunbutter Bar Dessert Recipe
These nut free no bake keto sunbutter bars are so quick and easy to make, great tasting and perfect for low carb and Ketogenic dieters.
In a large bowl, combine the flax, coconut, and sweetener.
Over medium-low heat melt sunbutter and coconut oil.
Once melted, add the sunbutter mixture to the dry ingredients and mix well.
Press the mixture into a 8″ x 8″ baking dish until even.
Over medium-low heat (I used a double boiler) melt the tahini and chocolate.
Once melted and combined, pour the chocolate mixture over the sunbutter butter mixture and smooth out the top for even coverage.
Freeze for about 30 minutes or until the sunbutter mixture has set. Cut into 12 bars, serve and enjoy.
For Paleo Version: Use 3/4 cup coconut sugar (higher in carbs) instead of stevia powder extract.
Net Carbs: 9 g
Nutrition facts based on 12 servings