Some mornings fly by, but your breakfast shouldn’t be forgotten! These energy bars are a quick and easy breakfast-to-go option for those fast-moving mornings. Enjoy these 40 energy bar recipes…
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1. Dark Chocolate Coconut Granola Bars
Dark Chocolate and Coconut stand out in these healthy, (Kashi copycat!) Granola Bars!
If the amount of photos in this post is any indication of how much I LOVE these bars, then yes. Just YES.
2. 4-Ingredient Homemade Protein Bars
These homemade protein bars require just 4 ingredients and are made of the favorite Whole30 approved RXBAR using egg white protein, almonds, cashews and dates. Quick and easy, paleo and vegetarian!
3. Apple Cinnamon Energy Bars
Chewy, no bake, gluten free Apple Cinnamon Energy Bars are the perfect pre or post workout snack! Easy to make, no weird ingredients and way better than anything you can buy!
4. Blueberry Vanilla Greek Yogurt Granola Bars
These blueberry vanilla Greek yogurt granola bars have me wishing it was blueberry season. They are so good for breakfast, snack, or dessert!
5. Raw Hemp Algae Bars
These raw energy bars are something else entirely, of course, and a more satisfying snack. Sweet, with chewiness from the dates and coconut paired with the crunch of pistachios and pumpkin seeds, they’re a little bit crumbly. A little bit sticky.
6. Trail Mix Peanut Butter Granola Bars
Chewy Trail Mix Peanut Butter Granola Bars with oatmeal, chocolate chips, and honey. An easy no-bake recipe that’s perfect for healthy breakfasts and snacks.
7. Pistachio Lime Crunch Bars
Crunchy almonds, pistachios, soft dates and fresh lime juice, it all comes together to make this perfect chewy and absolutely, wonderfully delicious bar. They are a dream come true!
8. Key Lime Pie Energy Bar Recipe
Love Larabars? Then you’re going to love these 5-ingredient, No Bake Key Lime Pie Energy Bars!
9. Homemade Lemon Pie Energy Bars
Isn’t it amazing how the simplest of ingredients, like lemon and dates, can transform into the most delicious of healthy treats?! These homemade lemon pie Larabars are so simple I don’t know if I can even call it a recipe! All you need is dates, almonds, cashews, lemon and sea salt!! Blend, press, set, slice…EAT!! Be careful though, they’re rather addicting!
10. No-Bake Cinnamon Apple Energy Bars
Incredibly delicious No-Bake Cinnamon Apple Energy Bars. A delicious mix of chewy & crispy & so quick & easy to make!
11. Easy Paleo Energy Bar Recipe
These one bowl baked paleo energy bars are the perfect snack! A mixture of ground nuts, seeds and a touch of maple syrup for a healthy portable bar on the go.
12. 3-Ingredient No-Bake Energy Bars
3 INGREDIENT NO-BAKE ENERGY BARS (LARABAR COPYCAT) — Three ingredients is all you need to make this healthy, delicious Larabar copycat recipe. The perfect snack when you need an energy boost!
13. Almond Cranberry Protein Bar
These protein bars have no processed sugar. Instead, they are sweetened with dates. They are also vegan. They are made with an array of high protein, healthy ingredients and finished with dried cranberries for a hint of sweetness.
14. Cranberry & Almond Protein Bars
Since I’m not naturally a morning person, quick and easy breakfasts tend to be my best shot at eating well first thing in the morning, all the better if they’re pre-made. So lately that has meant a nice cup of pre-prepared cold brew coffee, plus one of my favorite energy-packed treats that I can make in advance — these Cranberry Almond Protein Bars.
15. Chia Spice Protein Breakfast Bars
Soft and chewy protein bars that are sure to keep you full all morning long! These Chai Spice Protein Breakfast Bars are a great grab-n-go breakfast or post workout option!
16. Coconut Protein Bars
This coconut protein bar recipe is so delicious, and it’s very easy to make. You just need 4 basic ingredients to put together this higher protein snack.
17. Mint Chip Brownie Larabars
Homemade Larabars in a new favorite mint chocolate flavor. These nut-free energy bars are a healthy high-carb low-fat snack with just 5 ingredients!
18. Create Your Own Kind Bars
They’re the perfect little snack to keep in your purse on the run or in your desk while at work, they’re made with all-natural wholesome ingredients and best of all, they’re soooo DELICIOUS!! The only thing I hate is that they’re so darn expensive! Well, what if I told you that these are not only cheaper to make, but they’re actually healthier for you!
19. Chia Seed Energy Bar Recipe
These energy bars contain coconut oil, giving them even more of a nutritional boost! If you have been wanting to incorporate more coconut oil into your diet, this is a delicious way to do it!
20. 3-Ingredient Sweet Almond Protein Bars
Nuts are one of my favorite ways to get healthy fats and proteins into my diet. So when I want a bit of a sweet treat, these Raw Almond Energy Bars are a great solution to satiate my sweet tooth while eating healthy.
21. Wellness Energy Bar Recipe
I am more excited about this recipe than I have been about almost any other post until now. For months, I have been playing around with recipes to make a homemade, kid-approved, easy to make, all natural, raw, gluten-free, dairy-free, portable energy bar that isn’t too messy. After months of trial and error (mainly error) and a messy kitchen, I stumbled upon a recipe that is not only easy to make but tastes great and meets all of my other requirements (and they cost less to make than conventional energy bars too).
22. Quinoa Granola Bars
I do not eat granola bars myself but for kids they are perfect. I’m more of homemade protein bars girl. However, we all love quinoa granola with coconut and chia and chocolate quinoa granola.
23. Chia, Flax, Hemp, & Pumpkin Seed Energy Bar Recipe
These are chock full of superfoods to provide your body and mind with long-lasting energy to get through your busy (or leisurely) day. What have they got? Chia seeds, flax seeds, hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, cacao nibs, raisins, dates, and coconut. You can’t beat this recipe as far as nutrition goes. Try to find organic varieties of each ingredient – and of course raw!
24. Homemade Energy Bar Recipe
I’m far from an endurance athlete (very, very far) but I do try to get to the gym semi-regularly. More importantly, I have two active kids who need to bring healthy snacks with them to school. The granola bars in Power Hungry have made perfect portable snacks. The recipes are also easy enough for my kids to even help making them — it’s mostly a matter of measuring and mixing.
25. Quinoa Chia Seed Protein Bars
These Quinoa Chia Seed Protein Bars make the perfect healthy breakfast or snack. These homemade quinoa protein bars will leave the whole family smiling.
26. Coconut Matcha Energy Bars
How can I best describe these energy bars?
They’re kinda like a Larabar and a green tea latte had a (really delicious) baby…
27. 5-Ingredient Peanut Butter & Banana Energy Bars
The other day, I had a cooking catastrophe in an attempt to make healthy “cookies.”
Well, catastrophe may be kind of a strong word. Because out of it was born these super tasty, super healthy peanut butter and banana energy bars with only 5 ingredients! Here’s the story.
28. Paleo Nut Energy Bar Recipe
Packed with nuts, dates and a hint of cinnamon, these Paleo Nut Energy Bars are great for an afternoon snack.
29. No-Bake Chocolate Chia Seed Energy Bars
These healthy yet decadent, no-bake chocolate chia energy bars are one of my favorite quick snacks for busy days, weekend adventures, and pre-workout snacks. They’re easy to make in a blender or food processor, high in antioxidants, have no added sugar and taste incredible! Meet your new favorite snack: rich, decadent chocolate flavor, perfect soft but firm texture and wholesome, real food ingredients like walnuts, coconut, dark chocolate and chia seeds.
30. Raw Superfood Energy Bars
Cherries and goji berries are soulmates in the dried-fruit world—I often make trail mixes that pair these two red beauties. Here, they’re friends again in these wholesome, cacao-nib-accented raw bars. Packed with all kinds of antioxidants, these bars appear to be “only” sweet treats, while undercover they are anti-aging workhorses.
31. No-Bake Apricot Chia Energy Bars
No-bake apricot chia energy bars are healthy no-bake snacks that are gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, and vegan. They make great healthy after-school snacks for kids!
32. Apple Cinnamon Energy Bar Recipe
Easy apple cinnamon energy bars that mix up quickly and are a hit with the kids – plus you can be happy they get a healthy snack that will keep them going!
33. Superfood Energy Bar Recipe
These yummy energy bars are packed full of nutrients and sweetened with honey and just a little touch of chocolate.
34. Almond Coconut Energy Bars
Or the unabridged title: Almond Coconut Energy Bars (Kinda Like a Larabar).
35. 3-Ingredient Banana Bread Date Nut Bars
New favorite snack bar alert –> Banana Bread Date Nut Energy Bars. This copycat recipe tastes identical to the store-bought version. Just three ingredients, vegan, paleo and no sugar added.
36. No-Bake Workout Bars
37. Oatmeal Superfood Breakfast Bars
These Oatmeal Superfood Breakfast Bars will become your newest addiction, loaded with healthy ingredients like oats, pumpkin seeds, and blueberries. Gluten-Free and Delicious.
38. No-Bake Chocolate Chia Energy Bars
Looking for energy bar recipes to give you the afternoon boost? If you want some delicious and easy to make recipes, then this list is for you!
39. 5-Ingredient No-Bake Energy Bars
I’ve got a great recipe for Five Ingredient No Bake Energy Bars to share with you today! Can you believe another week has come and gone, and here we are – staring straight ahead into the Fourth of July Weekend? This month is flying by, and I’m trying to soak up every minute with my boys while they are out of school and I have them all to myself.
40. Matcha Green Granola Bars
So. These granola bars. They are really, really yummy. Satisfying in all the ways that count; filling without making you feel full, and a salty-sweet flavor balance to make you feel like you’ve got everything you need. Maybe more. I have been relying heavily on these to fill the 11am / 4pm gap, avoid late night bad food decisions, and I’ve mowed down a couple (maybe more) for my personal favorite: breakfast-in-a-taxi/airplane/subway/train.