Vegan Peanut Butter and Jam Glo Bites



I don’t know about you, but I don’t think there is a better tasting combination than peanut butter and jam. The flavours just have a way of complimenting each other so well.

The other day, when I was looking to make an indulgent yet healthy breakfast treat, I knew that I had to have these ingredients in my morning snack.


Vegan Peanut Butter and Jam Glo Bites



  • 1/4 cup Earth Balance (vegan margarine)
  • 1/4 cup sucanat (brown sugar probably works)
  • 1 cup spelt flour
  • 1/4 c milled flax
  • 1 t cinnamon


  • ½ t baking powder
  • 1 t vanilla
  • ¼ cup Whole Wheat Pastry Flour
  • ¼ cup cane sugar
  • ½ cup PB
  • ½ cup almond milk
  • Jam
  • Dark Chocolate chips (optional)

Directions: Mix crust together with a hand blender in a medium sized bowl. Place approx 1 tsp of crust dough into pre-greased mini muffin tin (or use 1 T of crust in a regular muffin tin). Press down to create a mini crust making sure the crust comes up on the sides a bit. Add filling, filling the tin about half only, and top with jam and chocolate or carob chips. Bake at 350F for 15 minutes. Makes 24 mini cups.

Note. You can also experiment by putting the jam on top of the crust but before the filling layer. I would suggest not mixing the jam into the filling though because the taste sort of gets lost in all of the other ingredients.

Recipe inspiration from here.

The crust turned out absolutely delicious. I think this is one of the best tasting crusts I have ever made!


In the photo above, I used a mini tart pan. I think this was my favourite size, although the mini ones were super cute.


These tasted out of this world delicious!!! I am seriously addicted. They make such a fun breakfast treat on days when you just aren’t feeling the regular stuff or when you want to make something special on the weekend. When they bake in the oven the whole house smells just wonderful too! Just delicious.


Would you like another chance at winning a 3 pound bag of chia seeds from Chia Seeds Direct? Leave one comment below by tomorrow at 8am EST for your chance to win a 3 pound bag of chia seeds, graciously donated by Chia Seeds Direct. Contest open to US and Canadian residents only please.


Enjoy your day!


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Claudia August 17, 2013

My favorite protein bar is an amazing peanut butter and jam flavour so I know I will love these. And the mini size is perfect for a quick snack on a road trip too!


Kara Beal August 10, 2010

I just found this website from a co-worker and I am in love! I am going off to the store to get some materials needed for this recipe and others- I will check in to let you know how it went but the pics look great! So excited and thanks!!!


Kara Beal August 14, 2010

Finally made these today and love, love, love them! Thanks for the recipe!


Angela July 22, 2010

i just made these and they are delicious!! i had to add a little more earth balance to get the crust to stick together a bit more. How do you get them out the muffin tin? i used a 12 cup muffin tin and i sprayed it with oil hoping this would help me get them out…..but the crust did stick to the tin and didn’t come out clean. how could one over come this? would silicone cups help?


Sana February 26, 2010

these look yum! Think I can replace the spelt flour with whole wheat pastry flour or brown rice flour?


Simply Life September 30, 2009

Oh these look amazing!


insideiamdancing September 17, 2009

don’t know why my post didn’t pingback!


insideiamdancing September 15, 2009

I made these yesterday using wholewheat flour, and subbing peanut butter for Earth Balance. BEST CRUST I HAVE EVER EATEN! :D Something went wrong with my filling though…ooops.


sarah September 11, 2009

i just made mine.. and delicious doesnt even BEGIN to describe how good they are.

although ive always been very happy w ur recipes, i must admit, i was skeptical; pb and j sandwich ? mmm. pb and j in a cute little tart? ehh, cute idea, not so sure.

ALL my original worries were totally wrong. these are AMAZING. and one of my new fav recipes. plus, they’re easy, look adorable, and are easy to transport (ie work school road)

thanks for another one for my recipe file!!!!


Arielle September 11, 2009

Ooooh, did I miss this?! I hope not! I’ve never tried the seeds before :)


Casper September 11, 2009

I love chia seeds and would love to win some. I am going to have to try that recipe.


Kristin September 11, 2009

I love chia seeds. Also, I just ran out and would love to win some!


Tiffany September 11, 2009

Those PB&Jam Glo Bites look so amazing!! Thanks for sharing the recipe!


steph September 11, 2009

The new recipe looks great! I will have to try it out sometime :)


Jess September 11, 2009

Those look so delicious. Since I’m on a raw kick right now I’m already thinking of all the ways I could make a raw version of them.

I love chia seeds too, so here’s hoping.


Audrey September 11, 2009

Yum! Those look tasty. As much as I love PB&J, PB and chocolate just might win the tastiest combo award!


Milca September 11, 2009

Wow, those look so delicious! I wish was eating one right now. I would love to win the chia seeds so I can put them in my green monster.


Huelo September 11, 2009


I love your blog so much. Thanks for doing a chia seed giveaway, and for inspiring me to take care of myself! <3


Anne K. September 11, 2009

Those glo bites look so yummy! I love pb & j :)


Katerina September 10, 2009

I am really feeling the PB & J combo recently too, I had it on my oats this morning! (With chia seeds, obvi).


MarathonVal September 10, 2009

I love using chia seeds, but they are SOOOOO pricey at my store so I would love to stumble upon a 3 lb bag! ;)


Kristi (sweetcheeks) September 10, 2009

OMG I definitely need to make those asap!

And I could always use more chia goodness! Yay!


mmclaughlin September 10, 2009

Those look so good!! I’d love to make them, but I’m always a little intimidated by some of those ingredients. :)


Liz September 10, 2009

Oh chia seeds…i love making pudding with them…


Trisha September 10, 2009

That crust looks so delicious! I woudl love to pop one of those in my mouth right now!!


Priyanka September 10, 2009

I would love to try those chia seeds! and OMG the bites are so so good! I am definitely making those!


Ellen September 10, 2009

oh my gosh, these are making me hungry! thanks for sharing the recipe.


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