I’ve just had the most sugar indulgent weekend ever! This is so NOT what a whole foods, plant-based diet is about and I’m determined to get back to healthy eating. These energy bars look like a wholesome tasty treat to get me back on track.
I am not a huge fan of energy bars available in the market. Most of them contain a list of ingredients which runs into several paragraphs and most often they contain some form of sugar syrup and that is questionable. But if i have to make an exception and stock some in my car or purse for a quick snack, then my choice would definitely be LARABARS. They are made with unsweetened fruits, nuts and spices and each bar contains no more than nine ingredients. What i like about them more is that it is incredibly easy to make them at home.
These pumpkin pie bars have a rich festive taste and a small square makes a great mid-morning snack. If you are looking for a last minute home made Halloween treat, this is perfect for you. While you may not be the most popular person if you distribute…
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Thanks for the reblog, hope you enjoy this treat:)
I do not think you are alone on this one! I am right there with you!
Hehe – nice to know! 🙂
Nice and sweet, I can not complain!
I’ll have to make some and bring them over Anna! 🙂
hi wondering if you have any thing for a sweet potato pie like we on the topic, hope you can help
Great question! I’ve never made a vegan sweet potato pie, but here’s a recipe that looks promising: http://thewitchykitchen.blogspot.com/2010/12/vegan-sweet-potato-pie.html
I’d love to hear how it turns out if you make it! Celeste 🙂
I just responded to your comment on my website seanconley.tk, but I didn’t realize you run honk if you’re vegan! This site is amazing. I just wanted to let you know that my wife sarah, her friend Rin, and I all run a vegan blog, about the trials and tribulations of being vegan. It is called vegan FART (food and relative troubles)
Sarah and I made larabars a few times with a food processor, dates, chocolate, cranberries and pecans. We will be making a post about it soon.
Thanks again for the comments on my photography.
Hey Sean! How cool that you and your wife and her friend run a vegan blog (I wish I had two other people helping with my blog – hehe). I just checked it out, and it’s wonderful!! I loved the Halloween bell peppers – what a great idea. And I had to laugh at your name, Vegan Fart – so funny! I look forward to your larabar recipe! Celeste 🙂
You are helping me create a really nice recipe file, so thank you.
Oh great! And maybe your better than I am at actually making all the recipes you collect. I’ve got too many recipes and too little time!!! 🙂
Lovely and tasty lara bars! What a unique and original combination of ingredients.
Thanks for stopping by Rika! I know – don’t these look good!! 🙂