Blueberry bars are a perfect on-the-go breakfast or snack to add to your weekly rotation. This recipe is made with natural sweeteners like dates and honey and are prepared in a food processor for minimal mess. Treat yourself to a yummy and healthy snack to munch on throughout the week by batching these over the weekend!
Nuts, oats, and honey are a classic combination. In fact, many of the bars you pick up in the store carry these ingredients. This blueberry bar recipe is special because it’s made from ingredients you probably have on hand, without preservatives and artificial sweeteners.
Blueberries are known for their antioxidant properties and these bars are a great way to boost your fruit intake in a creative way. We use fresh blueberries in our recipe but you can substitute frozen blueberries if fresh berries are not readily available to you.
Make-ahead snacks like these blueberry bars are a great way to set yourself up for success throughout the week and limit less healthy forms of snacking. We hope you enjoy and share with a friend!
Blueberry Bars Recipe
These blueberry bars are a perfect breakfast go-to. This recipe is naturally sweetened with dates and honey while the blueberries offer a deliciously subtle fruity flavor. And all of this is made with a blender, so there's no mess! Make batches of these bars over the weekend and your Monday morning self will thank you.
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