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Nutty Dates Chocolate Bars

Updated: May 25, 2020

Ramazan Month is on and Eid is also on its way, therefore we definitely need some new dates recipe. Here we bring to you these stylish and tastiest bars with lots of dry fruits, Peanut butter, and chocolate. These are guilt-free and full of protein and has three layers.

I made these non-vegan but you can easily turn them into vegan bars by some substitution.

This is another kind of Eid in Quarantine so just stay safe and celebrate it at home with your loved ones enjoying great food.

These bars are sure to try in Ramadan and could be made at any time during the year. Please note the recipe, you may also download it from the link below.


Nutty Dates Chocolate Bars

Yield: 8-10 long Bars.

Total Time: 2-3 Hours.


Medjool Dates, 2 cups

Walnuts, 1 cup

Almonds, 1/2 cup

Pistacchio, 1/4 Cup

Cashew, 1/4 cup

Peanut Butter, 1 Tbsp

Vanilla extract, 3-4 Drops

Coconut oil, 3 Tbsp

Dark Chocolate, 2 Cups


  • In a blender add Medjool dates, Dry fruits, Peanut butter, vanilla extract, and coconut oil. Blend everything together to form a coarse mixture.

  • Take a deep dish and level the mixture in the dish by pressing it down. Refrigerate for 15-20 minutes.

  • After its set, add Peanut butter and level it the same way. Refrigerate again for 20 minutes.

  • Meanwhile melt dark chocolate and coconut oil in the microwave or double boiler.

  • Now add this mixture as final layer on peanut butter. Deep freeze for at least 2 hours.

  • Take it out, garnish with melted chocolate and crushed dry fruits, Cut into long bars, and serve immediately.


  • This recipe contains no added sugar.

  • We used milk chocolate but you may covert this recipe into #vegan by using dairy-free chocolate.

  • You may add or delete any dry fruits but walnuts and almonds are a must.

  • You may cut these bars smaller or larger as per your liking.

  • You may make these bars any time during the year as it has lot of goodness.

Download Recipe PDF

I hope you enjoy this #Festive recipe.

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Let the art of food paint you.

Love, Uma


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