These no bake banana energy bars make a fantastic tasty snack that will help boost your energy levels and keep you fuller for longer. Stuffed full of healthy fruits, seeds and nuts, they’re refined sugar free and only 259 calories each.
Easy to make and an ideal way to use up leftover or over-ripe bananas, you’ll love these simple no bake banana energy bars!
These healthy no bake banana bars are dairy free and full of natural goodness. Making them a perfect healthy pick me up.
It takes no baking to put 10 of these delicious bars together.
That’s one banana bar for each workday. Making them a perfect healthy pick me up!
And that’s exactly what I’ve been doing. I’ve been taking one of these healthy banana bars to work every day.
They’re not just delicious.
They’re low in fat, carbs and calories.
This making them perfect for kids (and adults) lunch boxes!
Just like my no bake breakfast granola bars, I made these no bake banana energy bars with healthy coconut butter as opposed to dairy butter.
You can subsitute dairy butter with coconut butter in most recipes. I find the best way to see if it works is simply to try it.
I have to say I’m loving coconut oil as I use it in more of my home baking recipes.
Why Choose These No Bake Banana Energy Bars?
When you’re busy clocking up a whole load of hours at work. It can be so tempting to grab a chocolate bar out of the vending machine or local store. Especially when you’re hungry.
Unfortunately your average chocolate bar is full of unhealthy refined sugar as well as unnecessary fat and calories.
Why not take just an hour this weekend to make these tasty no bake banana energy bars?
These healthy banana oatmeal bars are easy to make and only take an hour to set in your freezer.
This really is a great no bake ripe banana oat bars recipe. Ideal for using up those ripe bananas at the end of the week.
They’re naturally sweetened with honey instead of sugar and are just 259 calories each as well as being low in fat.
Not only that they have much more nutritional value than a chocolate bar. You’ll have much more energy eating these natural banana bars than you would if you took the chocolate bar.
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Other Popular No Bake Bar Recipes For You To Try
- Delicious no bake apple and cinnamon oat bars could not be easier to make. You’ll just love the chewy texture and sweet taste of apples with hints of cinnamon.
- These no-bake almond oat bars are crammed full of delicious healthy oats, almonds, almond butter and honey. Easily portable, they’re a guaranteed energy boost just when you need it most.
- No bake chocolate oatmeal bars. Just 5 ingredients and 10 minutes to assemble then time in the fridge overnight and you’ll have these delicious treats ready for you to carve.
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No Bake Banana Energy Bars Recipe
Why not try out your own favourite combinations of fruit, nuts or seeds to make this homemade banana energy bars recipe your own?
I’d love to hear what you think of my recipe in the comments below and please do rate my recipe 5* if you like it! 🙂
No Bake Banana Energy Bars
- 2 tbsp . coconut butter plus a little for greasing
- 4 tbsp honey
- 1 ripe banana chopped
- 1 tsp cinnamon powder
- 100 g pumpkin seeds
- 100 g sunflower seeds
- 100 g chopped mixed nuts
- 50 g sultanas
- 30 g porridge oats / oatmeal
- Grease an 8 x 8 inch square baking tin with a little coconut oil and line with greaseproof paper.
- In a small saucepan melt the coconut butter and honey together.
- Place the chopped banana, melted coconut butter and honey mixture into a blender and blend together for a few seconds.
- Add the cinnamon, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and chopped mixed nuts and blend again until thoroughly mixed together.
- Scrape the mixture from the blender into a bowl and stir in the sultanas and oats.
- Flatten the mixture into the tin and place in the freezer for one hour.
- Remove from the freezer after one hour, cut into 10 bars and keep sealed in an airtight container in the fridge for up to one week.