No bake peanut butter and raspberry chocolate snack bars

12th May 2020

I love a good no bake recipe! Packed with no nonsense healthy ingredients. A healthy dose of carbs and fats with an added chocolate treat.

I used Oh so good for you raspberry dark chocolate and it is INSANE in this recipe, I mean peanut butter and raspberry is a match made in heaven right!? It also has live cultures in, which is great for gut health!

The main ingredient of this recipe that binds the bars together so there’s no need to bake and has a delicious caramel flavour, is dates! I love big squishy medjool dates because they are much easier to blend. You will need a good high powered food processor to blitz them up into a paste. I would love to get my hands on a Vitamix one day, they look incredible.

After the dates I add peanut butter, I used my favourite crunchy peanut butter from Pics, but you can use any smooth or crunchy brand. I also added a little dose of honey because I just love the flavour and it sweetens the bars up perfectly, but you can use any liquid sweetener of choice like maple syrup or agave.

Finally, I added in rolled oats and sunflower seeds. Sunflower seeds add an amazing texture as well as a healthy dose of B vitamins.

Let me know if you give this recipe a try! Tag your creations on Instagram and Facebook.

No bake peanut butter and raspberry chocolate snack bars

Recipe by Sarah's Healthy KitchenCourse: Snacks


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  • 160g pitted medjool dates

  • 60g peanut butter (crunchy or smooth)

  • 40g honey

  • 100g rolled oats

  • 30g sunflower seeds

  • 50g raspberry dark chocolate


  • Line a small square tin with parchment.
  • Add the dates to a food processor with 2 tbsp boiling water until a paste forms, add the peanut butter and honey and blitz again until smooth.
  • Transfer to a bowl, add the oats, sunflower seeds and chopped chocolate.
  • Transfer to a bowl, add the oats, sunflower seeds and chopped chocolate.
  • Bring everything together, you might need to use your hands to knead it all in.
  • Press the mixture into a prepared tin, levelling it out.
  • Refrigerate for an hour to set before cutting slices.
  • Keep stored in the fridge.


  • Honey can be substituted for maple syrup or other liquid sweetener of choice.

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