Yummy Vegan And Gluten-Free Healthy Chocolate Cereal Bars Recipe

by | Mar 20, 2020 | Recipes

These healthy chocolate treats will become your fave snack! Trust us, we’re still drooling! If you’re like us at Women’s Health, then a few things are very important to you: living a healthy, balanced lifestyle; eating well to fuel your body; doing what you can to save time (we’re busy women!); and enjoying your treats when you have them.

Why these healthy Chocolate Cereal Bars are so good:

  1. They contain pantry staples, so they’re easy to make on hand (as long as your pantry is stocked up!)
  2. These bars contain prunes, which are good for the digestive system.
  3. They contain much less sugar than supermarket cereal bars and contain whole, natural ingredients that will fuel you and not leave you crashing!
  4. They contain no animal products so they will keep for a bit longer and, of course, are cruelty-free. Keep in the freezer for three weeks and in the fridge for one week.
  5. Yes, you can say it with us “healthy chocolate treats!” Yes, we love a treat that fills us with glowiness because we made it with love from scratch with whole ingredients.

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Who created this recipe?

Meal-planning queen Sally O’Neil aka The Fit Foodie (check her out on Insta @thefitfoodieblog) is a food blogger, photographer and food stylist. We love her creative recipes and beautiful images because they inspire us to get into the kitchen. We hope they do the same for you since a big part of living a healthy lifestyle is forming a positive relationship with food and learning how to nourish yourself well.

READ MORE: These Chocolate Dessert Squares Are The Ultimate Weekend Treat

Originally from the UK, Sally now resides in Australia and she began her healthy eating journey shortly after her move to the bikini-clad coastlines. But the pendulum swung in the opposite direction and Sally developed orthorexia (a medical condition in which the sufferer systematically avoids specific foods that they believe to be harmful or unhealthy).

It took some time to find a healthy balance and it’s been a journey, which Sally documented on The-Fit-Foodie.com. She has since qualified as a yoga teacher, is officially an ambassador for Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution and is busy studying a bachelor of health science in nutritional and dietetic medicine… And she’s become a queen of meal-prepping! “Sharing my passion for well-being and fitness, my mission is to give you information and inspiration to feel nourished and happy.”

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