No-Bake Incredibly Healthy Vegan Nutella Granola Bars

No-Bake Incredibly Healthy Vegan Nutella Granola Bars

Here is my Incredibly No-Bake Incredibly Healthy Vegan Nutella Granola Bars, that’s pretty easy to make once you have got your homemade Nutella made, waiting for you to use it! These babies are gluten-free and oil-free!

These Nutella Granola Bars are super easy to make and you only can do it in less than 5 minutes!
If you have been following me for some time now, you know for sure that I love simple recipes, and especially now that we are still in the lockdown and ingredients are very limited.
This recipe makes 8 large bars or 12 smaller ones.

No-Bake Incredibly Healthy Vegan Nutella Granola Bars

I wanted something sweet so I decided to make this No-Bake Vegan Nutella Granola Bars using my homemade Nutella, yup  I make my own Nutella.

Not only is it so comforting to make, but it is also easy plus we can be assured that there are no nasty chemicals or too much oil in my Nutella unlike what we can buy from the store.

If you like to make your Nutella too, make sure to check out how I did it here.
So now lets us try making these super easy No Bake Vegan Nutella Granola Bars.

Important Notes:

When crushing the almonds, take a pause now and then and scrape the side to make sure it is well processed. Also, don’t mix it for too long so that it will be like powder. You want some with a little bit of texture. Trust me it makes a better crust.

Crushing the dates can be challenging, if you are using dry ones, make sure to soak them first in water to get a bit of moisture. This will make crushing easier.

When laying the almonds and dates mixture on to the pan, it is better to use your fingers to make sure that you press it hard enough. Pressing it hard down is essential to make sure that this will stick together when they are refrigerated.

For the Nutella, it is better if you refrigerate the Nutella first for a couple of hours, this will make your Nutella a bit chewy and easy to spread evenly.

You can use whatever granola you have, if you don’t have one, you can just put some toasted oats and nuts, it will turn out so good too!

SHOP FOR EQUIPMENT FOR THIS RECIPE:

Don’t have the needed equipment to make this recipe? Don’t worry, I got you covered!
I have linked you below with all the equipment you may need for this recipe, so that will save you the time to look for them!

1. Chopping Board
2. Baking Dish
3. Food Processor

Do let me know how you found these No-Bake Incredibly Healthy Vegan Nutella Granola Bars if you do try them though! And if there was anything you tried or something that worked better…Do drop me a comment below, or you can find me/message me directly on Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, or Facebook! I love seeing what my lovely readers think of my recipes!

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No-Bake Incredibly Healthy Vegan Nutella Granola Bars

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Here is my Incredibly No-Bake Incredibly Healthy Vegan Nutella Granola Bars, that's pretty easy to make once you have got your homemade Nutella made, waiting for you to use it! These babies are gluten-free and oil-free!
Prep Time 15 mins
Total Time 2 hrs 15 mins
Course Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 8
Calories 321 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup/295g or one batch of my Homemade Vegan Nutella (see my recipe in the notes)
  • 1 Cup/175g Pitted Dates soaked in warm water for 20 minutes then drained
  • 1 Cup/140g Almond Nuts
  • 1 Cup/150g Granola I used my homemade granola recipe ( see Notes)

Instructions
 

  • Blitz the almonds for about 3 minutes. Take the almonds out, add the soaked dried dates, and blitz Add the almond back and pulse again.
  • Press the almond crust on the bottom of 8'' loaf pan and press. Add the homemade Nutella on top and spread it evenly. Press the granola on top of the Nutella layer.
  • Refrigerate for 2 hours. Cut and serve.
  • Enjoy!

Notes

Homemade Granola Recipe
Homemade Nutella Recipe
These bars will keep well in the fridge for up to a week, or freeze for up to a month.
When crushing the almonds, take a pause now and then and scrape the side to make sure it is well processed. Also, don’t mix it for too long so that it will be like powder. You want some with a little bit of texture. Trust me it makes a better crust.
Crushing the dates can be challenging, if you are using dry ones, make sure to soak them first in water to get a bit of moisture. This will make crushing easier.
When laying the almonds and dates mixture on to the pan, it is better to use your fingers to make sure that you press it hard enough. Pressing it hard down is essential to make sure that this will stick together when they are refrigerated.
For the Nutella, it is better if you refrigerate the Nutella first for a couple of hours, this will make your Nutella a bit chewy and easy to spread evenly.
You can use whatever granola you have, if you don’t have one, you can just put some toasted oats and nuts, it will turn out so good too!
Keyword bars, breakfast, glutenfree, granola, healthy, nocook, nutella, oilfree, plantbased, vegan
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