This energy bar recipe is easy to make and does not require any cooking! Delicious and nutritious energy bar recipe that does not contain sugar.
Viviann Napp's insight:
I love to be able to make something healthy quickly. This is a great receipe for those people who have a busy schedule and at the last minute end up going to a bakery or cafe and buy a sugary or glutinous muffin. I love to eat sweet sweets but as I'm chomping down on my calorie laden muffin, I keep telling myself that the next time I'm going to make my health bars at home. This recipe includes dates which are super healthy and will help curb the urge for something sweet.
So, fun fact. I am a sucker for desserts, especially tiramisu. I will probably order it 7 out of 10 times I go to an Italian restaurant. Love the stuff. Downside is that it is in no way paleo approved; however, there are alternative methods to making it. That's why I thought it would be great to share this recipe with yall. Enjoy!
What's interesting here is the substitution for the mascarpone cheese filling. Mascarpone is a very creamy cheese that really makes this dessert stand out. I didn't think there could even be an alternative for it, but Alexandra here has a soultion, 2 of them actually. Instead of the cheese, she suggests coconut cream OR custard apple. Now, I have never heard of custard apple, and so, I would just use coconut cream personally (although I'm not really a huge fan of coconuts either). But whatever, if I'm going to eat dessert, I'll put up with the dang coconut.
The only other differences you will notice in the recipe are the use of almond flour instead of traditional flour and the lack of landy fingers. While these are two huge changes, I can see the substitution/exclusion still creating a solid product. Therefore, I recommend that yall try it out if you're in the modd for (paleo) Italian tonight or anytime in the future.
If you have a Sweet Tooth like me, and tiramisu is one of your favourite desserts, try substituting some of the sugar laden ingredients with healthier ones. Your body and your tooth will both be happy.
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