These bars are quick, delicious, low sugar, guilt free delights and can be changed up for different flavors.

1 cup Dr. LaMar's Coconut Oil

2 C. unsweetened shredded coconut

1/4 C. raw honey

4 droppers coconut flavored liquid stevia

6-12 oz. dark chocolate. I like the dark chocolate chunks from Whole Foods

4 droppers liquid chocolate Stevia

Liquify the coconut oil  and add the shredded coconut, honey and Stevia. Mix well and spread out on a parchment covered pan 8 x 11 or larger cake or jelly roll pan. Bar thickness will depend on the pan size you choose. Place in the freezer for about 20 minutes and then remove and score into bars. If you leave them in the freezer longer you will need to let them warm up just a bit to make cutting easier. While the bars are chilling, melt chocolate over a double boiler. Remove from heat when about half melted and stir until completely melted. Add chocolate Stevia and mix well. Separate the cut bars slightly on a large cookie sheet and drizzle with melted chocolate. Return to the freezer to let the chocolate set up and then store in the fridge or freezer in an airtight container or plastic bags. These will get very soft if not stored in the fridge. If you get at least 54 bars each bar will have approximately 1-2 grams of sugar depending on how much chocolate you drizzle on. If you use 1T. of chocolate on a bar, which would really be a lot, each bar will have 6 grams of sugar.


Make as above but add a cup of peanut or other nut butter.

Add mini dark chocolate or carob chips instead of the chocolate drizzle, or do both for a real chocolate fix.

Add chopped nuts, pecans, walnuts or toasted chopped almonds or macadamia nuts.

Add a cup of raw sunflower seeds and a scoop of Dr. LaMar's FiberAid for a more fiber packed bar.

Use different flavors of Stevia like chocolate mocha or english toffee, or peppermint instead of the coconut.

If you aren't watching the sugar you could use white chocolate to drizzle them with.

Add dried fruit, cranberries, raisins, or small pieces of dried pineapple to taste.

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