Mini Crunch Bars with Peanut Butter Shell Drizzle

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When Mother Nature gives you a rainy, dreary weekend in October, I say dive into Halloween prep. Look online for costume ideas, troll the dollarstore aisles for decorations, buy a massive pumpkin, and make candy bars. You’ll be feeling better in no time!

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As a kid, I always loved Crunch Bars. There’s just something about crispy rice cereal wrapped in chocolate that is so much fun to eat. Luckily, it’s really easy to make a vegan version of the popular candy at home. Unlike the store bought bar, my version is free of dairy, soy, and artificial flavour.

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To take this bar to the next level, I drizzled on a peanut butter shell made with all-natural peanut butter, a bit of coconut oil (to help solidify the drizzle when chilled) and sweetener. For shizzle, my drizzle. As always, the chocolate PB combo was a match made in heaven. If you’d like a nut-free version, feel free to swap out the PB for sunflower seed butter (like Sunbutter) or you can just skip it entirely. Either way, this mini bar is an easy way to get your chocolate fix and it would make a fun treat to serve for Halloween too!

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Mini Crunch Bars with Peanut Butter Shell Drizzle

Vegan, gluten-free, no bake/raw, soy-free

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Like the store bought candy bar, only much tastier and better for you! This dark chocolate bar comes together in about about 15 minutes flat. Try serving it at a Halloween party, but make sure to keep the bars in the freezer until just before serving. They will get soft at room temperature so you can try serving them on a chilled plate. One thing is for sure, they won't last long!

Yield
12 mini bars
Freeze time
15
Prep Time
Cook time
0 Minutes
Total Time

Ingredients:

Crunch Bar
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 5 tablespoons liquid sweetener (maple syrup, agave, etc.), or to taste
  • pinch of fine grain sea salt, to taste
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 cup rice crisp cereal
Peanut Butter Shell Drizzle
  • 2 tablespoons all-natural peanut butter (or any nut/seed butter of choice)
  • 1.5-2 teaspoons coconut oil, as needed to thin out
  • 1 teaspoon liquid sweetener (maple syrup, agave, etc.)

Directions:

  1. For the crunch bar: Line a 9x5 inch loaf pan with two pieces of parchment paper, one going each way. In a pot over low heat, gently melt the coconut oil and then whisk in the rest of the crunch bar ingredients (except the rice crisp) to taste. Once the mixture is smooth remove from heat and stir in the rice crisp cereal. Pour mixture into prepared pan, smooth out, and then freeze for 10-15 minutes, or until the chocolate is solid.
  2. For the PB drizzle: Melt the coconut oil and then whisk in the peanut butter and liquid sweetener. Adjust to taste if desired. Scoop into a plastic baggie.
  3. Remove crunch bar from freezer and cut into 12 small bars. Snip a tiny hole in the baggie and drizzle the PB mixture onto the bar (you can also try drizzling it with a spoon, if desired).
  4. Return bars to the freezer until the PB drizzle is solid, about 5 minutes.
  5. Serve straight from the freezer or fridge. Bars will melt slightly at room temperature so I don't suggest keeping them out long. Store leftovers in the fridge or freezer.

Tips:

Note: To make these bars nut-free, use sunflower seed butter (I like Sunbutter brand) in place of the peanut butter.

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1 Vicki @ WITK October 7, 2013

It’s rainy here today and I love crunch bars, kismet! These look super delicious.

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2 Laura October 7, 2013

I used to be obsessed with these when I was a kid. I am so happy you created a much healthier version!

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3 Lauren @ The Highlands Life October 7, 2013

I love that I have all these ingredients. Yum!! Making these soon!

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4 Emily - It comes naturally blog October 7, 2013

Mmm.. they look great. I’ve been trying to make crispie bars, but whatever I try the puffed rice always goes soft and chewy rather than crisp. I’ll have to try this recipe to see if I can master it…

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5 Angela @ Eat Spin Run Repeat October 7, 2013

Ooh I love this peanut shell thing you’ve got going here! I totally agree with you – rainy weekends are a great opportunity for cooking! I was having a bit of trouble with lighting (my place gets very dark when the sun isn’t out!) but managed to come up with a few stunners. Your photos look absolutely gorgeous today Ange! :)

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6 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2013

I hear you on the dark photography conditions! I find shooting on a white surface helps when it’s dark out. :)

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7 Jennifer October 7, 2013

Is there a way to “share” these recipes on Facebook, instead of just liking them?

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8 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2013

Hey Jennifer, If you post the recipe link on facebook, you can share them that way and a pic will pop up and a short description of the post. hope this helps!

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9 Anna {Herbivore Triathlete} October 7, 2013

These look perfect for Halloween! I love that you added the peanut butter drizzle, ’cause chocolate and PB are the perfect combination!

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10 Joanne Craven October 7, 2013

These look sooo good! Gonna make them, so will just have to hit the gym a little harder than usual coz there’s no way I can eat just one!!!!

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11 Caitlin October 7, 2013

these look delicious, angela! perfect for halloween and anytime at all.

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12 Katy October 7, 2013

I am so making these for Halloween this year! I never would have thought that making candy bars at home was so simple.

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13 Abby @ The Frosted Vegan October 7, 2013

You are the BEST “for shizzle my drizzle”!! haha!!

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14 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2013

heheh :)

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15 Christine @ Gotta Eat Green October 7, 2013

Oh my goodnes.. these look amazing! They are the perfect vegan treat for halloween.. or every day until halloween! Love that they are so easy to make. And a pb + chocolate combo is perfect!

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16 Jessica @ FromtheKitchentotheRoad October 7, 2013

Oh my goodness! Those look fantastic. I have had a serious sweet tooth lately but didn’t have a good way to meet it. This will be perfect. I can’t wait to try it.

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17 Sarah @ Making Thyme for Health October 7, 2013

Baking is definitely the best way to spend a rainy day inside. These remind me of Star Crunches. I’m not sure if they sell them in Canada. Of course, these are way healthier and more yummy looking. And life isn’t complete without a little drizzle. ;)

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18 Kristi October 7, 2013

I’ve always wondered about peanut butter and coconut oil. I love it with chocolate, so I was pretty sure peanut butter would work well. I guess I have a reason to try it now. This recipe looks great.

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19 Ali Bowling October 7, 2013

Oh my! What delicious evil have you brought (happily) into my life!?! My husband will go nuts over these!

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20 Holly @ EatGreatBEGreat October 7, 2013

Totally pinning! I’m excited because I already have the ingredients at home too!

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21 Shundara@SavyNaturalista October 7, 2013

Easy bars that only take a few minutes! I love a crispy bar I am looking forward to trying them…. :)

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22 Leon October 7, 2013

Wow, these look ridiculously awesome. I’d like to make them soon. When you say brown rice crisps, is that unsweetened? I’m not sure we have those here, just the ones sold as cereal which I’m sure have some sugar (and other stuff) in them.

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23 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2013

Yes they are lightly sweetened. As far as cereals go, they are quite low in sugar with 3 grams per cup :) at least for this brand, 365

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24 Caity @ Moi Contre La Vie October 7, 2013

These are going to be the death of me. YUM! <3

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25 Jen @ The Existential Broccoli October 7, 2013

Yay for healthy(ish) Halloween candy! These look they’ll satisfy every craving that comes my way.

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26 Janae @ bring joy October 7, 2013

Sorry you had a rainy dreary weekend! It’s funny because this is my first fall in Texas & it’s so odd to me that the leaves aren’t changing & it’s not really getting colder (I don’t consider mid-80’s colder).

Love healthy candy alternatives, especially for my kids. Just lovely, Angela.

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27 Anele @ Success Along the Weigh October 7, 2013

Oh the Mr is going to FLIP when I make these!!

You said “for shizzle, my drizzle.” I don’t know why that hit quite the funny bone over here!

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28 Simi @ theMicroHarvest.com October 7, 2013

These look so yummy! I am definitely going to make a batch this week for a girls’ movie night :)

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29 suzanne October 7, 2013

I am drooling – CANNOT wait to make these! I have already made so many of your recipes and my list of those to try is endless ! Your twix bars are always a HIT! Halloween is a good excuse to revisit that recipe and make this one too.
Just made the raw almond butter cups and they went over great – I am going to take a chance and pack one in my kids lunches tomorrow – they have a freezer pak in there so hopefully they will not melt.
I have a question if you don’t mind- I tried to make flourless fudge cookies – original recipe was not vegan (2 eggs) so I used chia egg and it spread out like crazy. I wanted to make these as they are without PB (just WW flour, salt, cocoa, vanilla and egg). They were like delicious chocolate chewiness but nothing I could serve others – a big clumpy mess! Any thoughts on what else I could do? Thanks Angela!

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30 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 7, 2013

Hi Suzanne, so glad you are enjoying the recipes so much! Thank you :)
Sounds like there was too much liquid in the cookies. I would try reducing the water in the flax egg?
Also, have you tried this flourless cookie recipe on my blog? http://ohsheglows.com/2011/02/11/flourless-chocolate-cookies-gluten-free-vegan/ but I’m guessing you can’t do the almond butter in these?

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31 suzanne October 7, 2013

Thanks – I will try less liquid – though the dough was hard to mix as there is no liquid in it other than the vanilla and chia egg. I have not tried your recipe and will try it next but did want to find one with no nut butter (we can have nut butter – I just wanted the pure chocolate in this cookie!)
Thanks so much!

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32 The Vegan Cookie Fairy October 7, 2013

Heavenly!!!

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33 Lizz October 7, 2013

These look amazing…and I am sure they will be when I make them like every other recipe of yours. I absolutely love your site! Also I have that exact box of cereal in my kitchen right now…it’s meant to be for me and these candy bars!

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34 Lindsay from Shiny Love Affair October 7, 2013

Wow! These looks aboslutely amazing. Crunch bars have always been my favourite chocolate bar. Can’t wait to try out this recipe. Love how simple it is and the peanut butter drizzle is the perfect addition. Thanks for sharing Angela!

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35 Averie @ Averie Cooks October 7, 2013

There’s so much about these that I am just in love with! First, no bake, and cereal bars, and with Crispy cereal, and Pb. And chocolate. Half my first book was dedicated to nobake peanut butter-based cereal bars :) Huge fan!

And I love the peanut butter magic shell-ish drizzle. Cannot go wrong with more PB.

I would devour these bars! Have (another) PB-crunch-chocolate bar going on my blog tomorrow. Can never have enough PB :)

Pinned!

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36 BYOL October 7, 2013

As always I am floored by your stunning pictures. Do you think this recipe would work without the coconut oil?

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37 Stephanie October 7, 2013

The coconut oil is what sets these bars so it would have to be replaced with another oil/fat that is solid at room temperature. I wonder if Earth Balance would work?

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38 Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar October 7, 2013

I am soooo making these this weekend – love this flavour combo!!

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39 LT October 7, 2013

These sound delish! But just 1 cup of rice cereal … can that be right? That’s a whole lot of coconut oil to nurse the 1 cup of rice crisp?

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40 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 8, 2013

Yes that’s right! The coconut oil is used because it hardens into a chocolate-like texture. hope this helps!

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41 Jessica Noelle Glitterpony October 7, 2013

Oh, I love where your head’s at with this one! Crispies? Chocolate? Peanut butter? YES. Count me in! :)

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42 Stephanie October 7, 2013

I made these this morning and they lasted less than half an hour. Our family is new to veganism and grandma was quizzing our 14year old son, really trying to get him to admit that he missed meat/dairy. He told her that vegan meals are “ok” in his books but the desserts are amazing.

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43 Gretchen October 7, 2013

I’ve made these raw before, and they were awesome. Instead of the rice crisps, you can soak and then dehydrate buckwheat groats, and get the same texture.

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44 Randi (laughfrodisiac) October 7, 2013

Oh yummmm. They look amazing! I will definitely be making these this week!

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45 Alex @ Kenzie Life October 7, 2013

These look awesome! Do you think they’d be good with some added vanilla sunwarrior in them to give them a protein boost?

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46 Katie October 8, 2013

Read your recipe this afternoon and made them as soon as I got home! I used kamut puffs instead of rice and they still worked just as well – deeelish! Thanks :)

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47 Lisa October 8, 2013

Hi, would rice syrup work in place of agave or maple syrup?

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48 Angela October 8, 2013

I’m with you on agave Lisa. Maple does have a distinct taste that is part of the equation, but I will try the recipe using agave and report back as soon as I can.

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49 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 9, 2013

Hey Lisa, I’m not sure as I’ve only made them this way before. I would assume it would work though! Let me know if you try it out.

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50 Michele Sparrow October 8, 2013

Hi Angela! Great recipe! I have some of that chocolate koala crisp cereal in the house right now:

http://us.naturespath.com/product/koala-crisptm-cereal

Do you think I could use that without the unsweetened cocoa powder and just continue on with the recipe?

Thanks!

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51 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 9, 2013

Yes you can use that cereal if you’d like – I wouldn’t leave out the cocoa powder entirely though. Maybe only reduce it by a few teaspoons?

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52 Catherine @ Chocolate & Vegetables October 8, 2013

These look delicious! I love the addition of the peanut butter drizzle, I can think of quite a few things I’d like to add that to…

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53 nan @ lbddiaries October 8, 2013

Looks so yummy. Too bad the cereal has 25g of carbohydrates, boo hoo. Oh well, the kids will love it.

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54 Janice October 8, 2013

Just made these… delicious!

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55 Brandy October 8, 2013

I understand the consistancy issue of using coconut oil, but I can’t handle the flavor. Do you think using earth balance butter as a sub would work?

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56 Ashley October 8, 2013

These look UNreal. I love how clean the edges are [such a nerd]. And the contrast of the chocolate and PB. Lovely photos!!

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57 Steph October 8, 2013

Love the pics! Gorgeous! Can’t wait to try these! My guy LOVES choco/peanut butter combo!

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58 Kristen Kelley October 8, 2013

I don’t know what to say aside from holy bad word, I cannot wait to make these.

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59 Michelle October 9, 2013

Could eat one right now. Will definitely try these.

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60 char eats greens October 9, 2013

These for sure take away the dreary weather blues!!! I love this idea and actually have some rice puffs. Convenient timing?

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61 kimmythevegan October 9, 2013

Mmmm these sound so GOOD =)

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62 McKel Hill, MS, RD, LDN | Nutrition Stripped October 10, 2013

These are not only gorgeous, but they sound so great. Perfect for healthy halloween treats ;)

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63 Rachel October 10, 2013

I made these yesterday – super easy and fast, and my 3 yr old and 5 yr old loved them! I’m really excited to have a treat they love that’s not full of junk :) Thank you so much!

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64 Jen @ The Well Read Fish October 11, 2013

You should know this:
When I am reading through my very long blog-roll or checking out recipes online, YOUR recipes are the only ones where I get up right away and make them. No, “Oh, I’ll bookmark this for later.” I make them straight away. This one included.
Multiple recipes of yours are my go-to sweet snacks! (Frosty glo-cakes made in muffin tins and your “rolos” are a very frequent presence in my house.)

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65 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 12, 2013

Thank you Jen, that’s awesome to hear! :)

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66 Shannon October 12, 2013

Wow, I just made these to take to a dinner party tonight, and yeah, I have already eaten one for breakfast (what? it has cereal in it!), and they are super delicious. Took all of ten minutes not counting the freezing time. Thanks for yet another amazing recipe!

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67 Lora October 24, 2013

I did something wrong…they were soft and dripping in oil. I used exact measurements.

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68 Mark Everness October 28, 2013

Just amazing! My wife and I just made these and they’re delicious. We’re a big fan of your site. Keep the recipes coming!

Thanks!

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69 Angela (Oh She Glows) October 28, 2013

Hey Mark, I’m happy to hear that! Thanks for letting me know. :)

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70 Lucy October 31, 2013

I love these! I added about double the rice crispies though as I felt the mix was a little too wet. I also threw in some shredded coconut. Next time I’ll add cherries too bu they are so yummy and dark chocolatey!

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71 Andrea November 6, 2013

How about substituting with raw carob powder instead of cocoa?

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72 Angela (Oh She Glows) November 6, 2013

Hey Andrea, If you love the flavour of carob you can certainly give it a shot. I find the flavour of it is a bit overpowering in large quantities, so I might only sub half for half. Let me know how it works out if you give it a go!

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73 Nd November 7, 2013

Made these today…YUM! Had to move to dairy-free with new baby, so I was excited to make a simple-to-make sweet treat. Delicious! Thanks.

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74 Beka November 13, 2013

I can’t wait to try these on cheat day! I also have a food blog, gluten and sugar free, so desserts are limited. Check out my page for your “entree” before having these for dessert :-) slowcarbsnacktime.com

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75 RES November 23, 2013

Hi! I made these tonight and they tasted very bitter… I used dark maple syrup and puffed rice cereal with no added sweetener, just plain puffed rice. Should I have used a puffed rice cereal with some sweetener? Or does it make a difference to use light v. dark maple syrup?

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Really want to make it work. Thanks!

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76 Angela (Oh She Glows) November 24, 2013

You can certainly add more sweetener if you’d like!

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77 Lilianne Santos November 25, 2013

I LOVE THIS RECIPE!!!! I’ve made it twice already and even my non vegan friends loved it. I’m about to make it again but I will try o sweeten it with dates :)

Thanks

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78 Ben December 7, 2013

So right now they are sitting in the freezer. I am so excited to eat these! Yay. Me and my girlfriend licked the bowl clean! From the taste of that I think these are going to be amazing. Too bad I can’t take them to school because now Ill have to stay at home all day. Btw thanks for this amazing blog, Ive already made 3 amazing dinners and have been thrilled. This blog makes me want to cook!
Ben

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79 Samantha December 18, 2013

The last 2 times I have made these, I had difficulty cutting them evenly. They cracked and turned into sharp, uneven pieces. I want to make them for a potluck again.

Do you think these would work if I poured them into foil muffin cups?

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80 Angela (Oh She Glows) December 19, 2013

I can’t see why not :)

Also, you might have more luck cutting them if you let them sit on the counter for a few minutes after removing from the freezer. Hope this helps!

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81 Samantha Forster December 18, 2013

I just made these, and they were a hit. The peanut butter stuff did not pipe nicely though. It just sort of poured out. Still delicious though!

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82 Anne-Michelle January 13, 2014

I made these last night, and they were amazing! However, they I could really taste the coconut oil. Any other oil substitutions you recommend? Maybe half and half of something else?

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83 Melissa @ nourishbymelissa.com January 18, 2014

This is probably my favourite recipe of yours (out of the ones I’ve tried!). Oh She Glows was probably one of the first blogs I started reading, way before I finally got the guts to do what I always wanted and start my own! I still get excited every time you post a new recipe haha :)

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84 Lauren January 24, 2014

Hi! Is there a good substitute for the coconut oil, like would vegetable or olive oil work? If that’s a dumb question, sorry! I’ve never used coconut oil, so I don’t really know what it is. I’m not vegan, so a substitution doesn’t have to keep them vegan.

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85 Robin January 25, 2014

Just made these and can’t wait to taste them but I may have made a mistake..
I used liquid coconut oil. Is that okay??

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86 Michelle March 4, 2014

Hi, I tried the mini crunch bars tonight, the chocolate / coconut oil became very clumpy. Perhaps the ingredients got too hot? It was on med low – low…but a gas stove…any thoughts.

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87 Rebecca March 25, 2014

I have all the ingredients to make these except parchment paper! Do you think wax paper would work?? I’d really love to make these :)

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88 Kathleen Campbell March 31, 2014

I made these for a movie night at our church and they were delicious! The bad (good?) thing was that they didn’t make very much…probably for the best though- they would’ve just gotten eaten :)

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89 jeannette June 25, 2014

hi
I was just wondering is it really only one cup on rice cereal . I just didn’t seem like enough . There was so much liquid so add more .

thanks .

kids are dying to try them .

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90 Angela (Oh She Glows) June 27, 2014

yes that’s correct :) Enjoy!

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91 jeannette June 25, 2014

also I forgot to put the vanilla in oops and the salt . I was to excited .

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92 Kim June 26, 2014

I LOVE your recipes. I am new to GF, Soy Free, and Dairy Free so your site has been a HUGE help to me. I feel like I can make and eat these things- other sites have much more complicated recipes that have made this new diet change unnerving. Even my kids and husband love these recipes! Thank you again!

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93 Mary July 7, 2014

I so want to make these for an long haul flight overseas in a few days.

Exactly how soft do these get when stored at room temp? Or is it advisable to try another of your delicious recipes for plane snacks? :)

Thanks,

Mary

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94 Katie M July 19, 2014

Oh my goodness, I made these bars this morning, and they were absolutely amazing! :D With organic coconut oil, organic brown rice cereal, and raw cacao powder, these bars are a hundred times more healthy than actual Crunch Bars, but they taste so decadent & delicious! Thank you for the recipe :)

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95 Ruth July 28, 2014

These are awesome. I didn’t really like the cereal alone and can eat the whole box by making these now :)))

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96 trammi nguyen August 31, 2014

Has anyone tried making these? I just put it in the freezer and I have very bad feelings. It was super wet and soupy. I added another cup of rice cereal. Any suggestions?

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97 Madu September 17, 2014
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I made this and for whatever reason it’s really strong and bitter.

I even added extra syrup to it but still still there was a bitter undertone to this ..was expecting something sweet.

It has good healthy ingredients so I’m giving it 3 stars.

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98 Kate September 20, 2014
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I made these on 2 separate occasions. The first time, I used Cacao and Maple Syrup as the sweetener because thats all I had at the time. It was just O.K.- not sweet enough for me, the cacao was too strong and all I could taste was the oil coating in my mouth from the coconut oil.
I held out hope and tried again using unsweetened cocoa, agave and reduced the oil to 1/3C – This formula worked better, but I my mouth is still coated with oil after eating them. Kind of bummed but my boyfriend seems to have no problem finishing off the recipe. LOL

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99 Lieke October 8, 2014
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These are absolutely amazing! I’ve made them three times already and can’t get enough. Just chocolate and peanut butter perfection. And so easy to make as well!

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100 dena Ferretti December 6, 2014

Any reason why this recipe would bind up? and the oil would separate? Followed the directions and have a mass of cocoa and separated oil :(

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101 Lieke December 19, 2014

Wow wow wow. These chocolate crunch bars are amazing, they taste super rich and the crunch in there is so nice. Thank you!

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102 Ashley July 11, 2015

Do you think substituting the coconut oil for cacao butter would reduce the melt factor out of fridge/freezer?

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103 Mila September 13, 2015

My mouth is literally watering!

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104 Janelle October 29, 2015

Looks great! Has anyone tried this recipe with quinoa crisps??

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105 Laura February 11, 2016
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I just have to say, these are delicious. I love them, my kids love them, my husband loves them. I love the texture, how they’re cold, obviously the taste. I can’t believe they’ve only been rated at 3.3/5. Thank you for these gems!! (Among soo many others)

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106 K.Laird May 19, 2016
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These are easy & delicious. Chocolate, crunchy, topped off with P/Butter. Yum! So happy to be finding vegan desserts I needn’t be afraid of :)
(Nearly started a riot the day I made your Turtle Oatmeal Cookies, we all loved them)

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107 Angela Liddon May 24, 2016

Hahaha, Turtle Oatmeal Cookies were such a hit!! :) Thanks for the lovely comment – happy baking!

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