These salted chocolate granola bars are easy to make and cheaper than store-bought. They can easily be made with vegan chocolate or sub dried fruit for the chocolate!
Salted. Chocolate. Those are two of my favorite words, together or separate. Today, they’re getting together. All up in these sweet and salty, wholesome granola bars that you can (and should!) make at home.
Has anyone else noticed how long it’s been since I posted a not-savory recipe? No? Just me. You guys are too kind. I know there have to be some of you out there who appreciate a breakfast or dessert recipe now and then, right?
This one is for you and for me and for all of the people out there who know that homemade is better for you and your budget. If you have spare time on Saturday or Sunday, just mix up the dry ingredients and whisk together the wet stuff. Mix, bake, and cut them, then bag them up and enjoy all week long.
These salted chocolate granola bars are tasty with or without the chocolate drizzle on top. They’re not overly sugary, which I know is good for breakfast-time. But if you’re like me and you see the merits of a little sweetness to start the day or satisfy your snack needs, just do the chocolate.
I loosely based this recipe off the granola bars that I found in the Chickpea Flour Does It All cookbook from Lindsey Love, the blogger behind Dolly and Oatmeal. I mixed things up a bit because I don't like goji berries or cacao. 🙈 Regardless, this girl was not kidding when she named the book. I had no idea how versatile and useful chickpea flour really is. I mean seriously – you can make everything from granola bars and cakes to pasta noodles and vegan frittatas.
PS – This is not sponsored and Lindsey did not ask me to shout her out. I actually won the book from a USA Pulses contest on Instagram that I didn’t even know I entered! Winning. 😏 Make these granola bars for yourself and you'll be winning too.Print