Chocolate Caveman Crunch Bars

A sweet tooth mixed with the fact that I need food to eat while I go camping these weekend inspired this delicious goodness to keep me fed and fueled. These are amazing snacks, keep at room temperature, and I would love to see some children eating these instead of candy bars or processed crap snack bars. Hope you enjoy. Enjoy


4.7 from 3 reviews
Chocolate Caveman Crunch Bars
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Serves: 12 bars
  1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit
  2. Place your roasted almonds and macadamia nuts in your food processor and continue to pulse until you have tiny chunks, you don't want the consistency of flour, keep it rough
  3. Transfer the mixture to your mixing bowl
  4. Heat your coconut oil and honey in the microwave to help is blend well
  5. Add your heated liquid and all remaining ingredients to the bowl with processed nuts
  6. Mix well by hand to ensure an even distribution of ingredients and your enjoy life chocolate chips should melt making it a chocolate looking batter
  7. Grease a 9x9 or a 9x13 baking dish with coconut oil and then transfer your nut mixture to the dish
  8. Bake in your preheated oven for 20-25 minutes or until the center of your bars pass the toothpick test
  9. Once done, remove from the oven and let cool on the counter in the pan
  10. Once you can handle the pan without oven mitts, place the bars in the refrigerator and let cool completely
  11. Remove from the fridge and then slice into bars of the size of your choice
  12. Individually wrap them in plastic wrap and leave at room temperature or place back in the refrigerator and take them everywhere as snacks.
  13. Enjoy

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    We didn’t have macadamias unfortunately so I just swapped with walnuts.
    SO GOOD!! Both kids love it which is a shame because now I have to share :(

  2. I made this twice – first with chocolate chips with a greased pan, next with 1/4 cup cocoa powder instead of chocolate chips and I used parchment paper to make it easier to lift bars out of the pan and cut. Definitely cuts back on the sweetness, but still satisfies my sweet tooth! (though my sweet tooth has been tamed by training myself to use less sugar in everything)
    Still not sure how to fix the crumbling though, besides storing in the fridge and wrapping in plastic wrap when on the go.

  3. These Chocolate Caveman Crunch bars sound fantastic! I want to make them today! Do you recommend using fresh or dried cranberries?

  4. Woa! Sounds like a once in a while treat..what is the carbohydrate breakdown on one of these!! They look tempting!

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