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Holistic Nutrition Specialist
"Eat Whole, Live Whole"
Almond Joy Candy Bar
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Healthy Almond Joy Bar RecipeThese homemade Almond Joy Candy Bars are super yummy. You won’t even miss the corn syrup, sugar, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (cottonseed and soybean oil), salt, artificial flavor, hydrolyzed milk protein, soy lecithin, caramel color, sodium metabisulfite, and sulfur dioxide.

Really you won’t!

Making Homemade Almond joy BarsMade with very simple Whole Ingredients

Almond Joy Candy Bar
Healthy Almond Joy Bars – Simply Whole – Simply Delicious
  • 1 cup of thick white creamy raw honey (less if substituting a thinner honey or raw coconut nectar)
  • 1 cup of shredded raw coconut (unsweetened)
  • Whole almonds
  • Raw Dipping chocolate
  1. Mix honey or coocnut nectar and shredded coconut together in a mixing bowl until it holds its shape. Add more honey/coconut sugar or coconut if needed to get the right consistency.
  2. Roll out flat and cut into rectangles or simply shape by hand.
  3. Place two almonds on top of each bar. Place the bars on a wire rack with a cookie sheet underneath to catch the dripping chocolate.
  4. Prepare the dipping chocolate.
  5. Prepare a cookie sheet with parchment paper on top to place the finished bars on after dipping.
  6. With a spoon, drizzle the chocolate over the bars and along side the sides.
  7. Use a pastry brush and brush the chocolate over the bottoms of the bars from underneath the wire rack.
  8. Transfer the coated bars to the prepared parchment paper on the cookie sheet.
  9. Let cool and harden. If you have room in the refrigerator, put them in there and they will harden up quicker because it's sheer torture to wait.

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 You certainly don’t have to feel left out or deprived on Halloween, Christmas or any other Holiday – not with this recipe anyway. Get the kids involved in making these. They are amazing.

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