This mixture tastes amazing and held together like a granola bar should!
I have a sweet tooth and have been on the lookout for a keto granola bar to take with us when we travel that also tasted good and didn’t fall apart into crumbs. These amazing Mock Keto Kind Bars are the result of scouring the web and combining a handful of recipes along with the ingredients I had at home, to make exactly what I thought would be a tasty keto bar.
I wanted a bar that would hold together, that was low cost and that my kids would eat when we travel. When I came across this recipe I hit the keto jackpot (the base recipe can be found at Wholesomeyum.com)
This recipe can be altered to suit your tastebuds! Here is what I used:
Kerry Gold Butter
—I used Lakanto monk fruit sweetener (use our link for 20% off!)
and ground it up in my food processor to make powdered keto sweetener
—-With this recipe, you can use whatever nuts you’d like. Instead of 2 cups of almonds, I substituted 1 1/4 cups ground walnuts and 1/2 cup almond flakes
—-I didn’t have pumpkin seeds so I added a half cup of the mixture below:
-2 tbsp Chia seeds
-1/4 cup of Ground Flax
-And the rest Super Fine Blanched Almond Flour
—-I used Lakanto Monk Fruit Sweetened Maple Syrup in place of Sukrin Fiber Syrup 🥞
—-The recipe calls for 1/4 cup almond butter— instead I used a 1/2 cup of almond butter and 2 tbsp butter
—-I omitted the vanilla beans and added another tsp of vanilla (3 teaspoons total)