Who here loves chocolate? If that’s you, then you’re in luck. These Chocolate Date Granola Bars will make your taste buds sing. They have a hint of coconut and are plenty of sweet; if you dig coconut, chocolate and all things sweet, then I definitely recommend you go to your kitchen and start making these right away.

They take hardly anytime at all to make and you can store each granola bar separately by covering each with plastic wrap (cover each bar all the way around, so that it keeps it tight).

Eat them on the go or at home along with your favorite cup of joe!

Get the full recipe here!

Chocolate Date Granola Bar recipe!

Chocolate Date Granola Bar recipe!

Chocolate Date Granola Bar recipe!

Chocolate Date Granola Bar recipe!

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Mariel Lewis

I'm an avid blogger passionate about health, fitness, and food! I love cooking with natural ingredients. This passion drives me to dream up fun culinary creations that not only nourish the body but taste great! Eating healthy doesn't have to be a drag, try some of my Amazing Foodie recipes and let me know what you think! :)

8 Responses

  1. Jess

    I am never making this again because I ate just about the entire thing!!! Wow.

  2. Chantal

    These are amazing 😉 good thing I doubled the recipe! thanks for sharing.

  3. Nicole

    I made these! I went off-book a little and they didn’t stick together but I ate it as granola with almond milk and it tasted yummy! Great idea, I’ve been looking for a tasty, gluten-free alternative snack.

    • Mariel Lewis
      Mariel Lewis

      Glad you were able to eat it as a granola option! If you make these again following the recipe to the “t” and its still not sticking, then try adding more honey or coconut oil. 😉

  4. carolyn

    Any way to leave out the honey and have these stick together? Would egg instead of the honey make them stick? I am looking for a very low sugar/low fructose option.

    • Mariel Lewis
      Mariel Lewis

      Hi there Carolyn. The honey is really the binding agent here, so I personally would not remove the honey. If you replace it with eggs, I am not sure the taste will be as great and the consistency might be kind of funny.