These Healthy Lemon Snack Bars are a great healthy little treat to keep in the fridge for when you are craving something sweet, but not too sweet.


Ingredients (makes 12 small bars)

  • 1 Lemon (you need the zest & the juice)
  • pinch Salt
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups Desiccated coconut
  • 1 cup Ground almonds
  • 4 TBS Coconut oil
  • 4 TBS Honey

Method

  1. Place all ingredients into a food processor - reserving a small amount of the zest and the coconut - you will need this to sprinkle on top
  2. Blend for 2 minutes, or until mixture has combined.
  3. Press evenly into a lined slice tray, sprinkle with coconut and lemon zest, then allow to set in fridge for at least an hour prior to serving. When ready to serve, cut into bars.

Notes... These Healthy Lemon Snack Bars can be stored for up to a week in an airtight container in the fridge. You could freeze them too - but we doubt there will be enough left to freeze!
We hope you enjoy this Healthy Lemon Snack Bars Recipe - let us know how you liked it in the comments below. If you're a fan of lemon, here are some other recipes you might like to try:

  • I love tangy lemon sweets. Can’t wait to try these

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  • Yum thanks for sharing I love lemon treats. Will be trying this recipe

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  • I tried this tonight and used only half of the honey. It still tasted way to strong. I really like the idea of using almond meal instead of the usual crushed biscuits that seem to go into these types of recipes. I’m going to try some other variations. Thanks for sharing this recipe :)

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  • Great idea! Looks delicious. Lemons are always handy whether for cooking or cleaning.

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  • Amazing idea to use those pesky lemons!

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  • I love this snack idea

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  • Oh wow, what an easy recipe. Now I need to go buy a food processor.

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  • I like this recipe as you don’t add extra sugar on snacks.

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  • I don’t have a food processor, what can I use instead?

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  • This looks amazing!

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  • Cherz, that is not likely to happen unless the batter goes too hard when it is cold

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  • These look great. I’m always on the lookout for healthy snacks!

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  • I made this some weeks ago. Thought the batter was a bit too soggy and added some coconut flour. They were very much appreciated my daughters and my 9yr took the container out of the fridge and ate herself sick.

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  • Great on the go snack idea.

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  • Bonus for hot weather – no cooking needed. So easy to make and you can adjust the honey to your taste. If you are Diabetic and react to salt you can leave it out


    • I am wondering what they would taste like eaten frozen…maybe they may break your teeth, not certain but would be a delicious cold refreshing treat on a hot day.

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