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Raw Homemade Snickers Bar

Do you ever just crave chocolate and caramel? What about with some peanuts? What about a Snickers Bar? OH Yes!

Once in a while everyone craves something decadent. Something rich that you will only need a few bites of. Well, this is the recipe for you!

This Healthy Snicker Bar Recipe is made with whole, natural ingredients. You can make these into bars or chocolates. I found silicone chocolate bar size and shape molds. They inspired me to create this recipe! If you can find these silicone molds you can use a regular muffin tin, mini muffin tin or even chocolate candy molds.

Any way you create this recipe you will love it. Please remember this recipe is very rich. You need to consume very little to be satisfied. Enjoy!

This recipe is gluten free, vegan, raw, dairy free and the perfect Healthy Snicker Bar Dupe.

Raw natural Snickers Bar

Raw Homemade Snickers Bar

Prep time: 10 Minutes
Yield: Makes 24 Mini Chocolates or 6-8 Full Size Chocolate Bars

Chocolate Ingredients:

  • 1 Cup Virgin Coconut Oil
  • 1/2 Cup Natural Cocoa Powder
  • 1/4 Cup Natural Maple Syrup
Caramel Ingredients:
  • 1 Cup Pre-Soaked Fresh Pitted Medjool Dates
  • 3 Tbsp Agave Nectar
  • 2 Tbsp Almond Butter
  • 1/2 Tsp Sea Salt
  • 2 Tbsp Coconut Oil
  • 1 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
Extra Ingredients:
  • 1 Cup Dry Roasted or Raw Peanuts


  1. Place Chocolate Ingredients in the food processor and blend until smooth (stopping a couple times to scrape down the sides).
  2. Set aside.
  3. Place all Caramel ingredients into your food processor and blend until smooth (stopping to scrape down the sides).
  4. Coat your silicone molds, muffin tin or mini-muffin tins bottom and sides with a fairly thick layer of chocolate (remember you want these to be able to pop out easily).
  5. Layer in caramel.
  6. Top with peanuts.
  7. Add one final layer of chocolate completely coating the top.
  8. Place in the freezer for 1 hour.
  9. Remove from freezer, serve and enjoy!
  10. Tip – Keep these in a sealed-tight container in the freezer until serving.
  11. Tip – If you are using muffin tins use a knife to scrape around the edges of the chocolates to pop them out.
  12. Tip – If you are using silicone molds remove gently.
  13. Tip – These are extremely rich. Sharing is recommended!

DAMY Members – 1/2 a Full Size Chocolate Bar or 3 Snickers Chocolates is a treat option.
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  • Candice

    These look amazzzing!

    • Amy Layne

      They are soooo good :)

  • Jessica

    I can’t eat dates… what would be a good alternative?

    • Amy Layne

      Hey Jessica! I do not have an alternative for date in this recipe (or anywhere this carmel sauce is used)

      • Jessica

        What is the purpose of the dates? do you think i could get by without using them ?

        • Amy Layne

          No. You need dates for this recipe.

          • Helen Faerie

            You could use soaked sultanas or raisins – i have substituted in other recipes, and its worked well….the taste is different of course, but just as delicious 😉

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  • Aria

    Do you have the calorie content for this bar?

  • Beth Ann

    Made these as our family’s vegan Halloween treats. They were ridiculously delicious!

    • Amy Layne

      So wonderful to hear :)))

  • Heidi

    Hi Amy! I recently made these bars and they were a huge hit! In fact, now my SIL is trying to make them but her chocolate keeps seperating–She’s tripling the recipe for a party. Have you ever doubled or tripled it? Do you have any idea why it would seperate?

    • Amy Layne

      Hey Heidi! It sounds like she is heating the coconut oil before she puts it in the food processor. This would cause the separation. Tell her to make sure she does not heat the oil.

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  • Cathy

    What about a substitute for almond butter? I am allergic to almonds.

    • Amy Layne

      Yes! You can try blended chickpeas! Or seeds

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  • Misharl

    Chickpeas for a replacement if you are allergic to chickpeas.

  • Misharl

    Almonds I meant. Woops !!!

  • Louise Di Trapani

    Why do we soak the dates and do we add the water into the food processor or not? I use Medjol dates.

    • Amy Layne

      Hey Louise! You soak them to give them a creamy texture for blending. You drain them completely before you use them Enjoy.

      • Louise Di Trapani

        Thanks Amy I did just that and have made them into balls (using silicone cake pop moulds). They are currently in my freezer but I have leftover caramel and a little bit of chocolate, what can I do with it?

      • Brenda Carnes Reeves

        What are the nutrition facts? Calories, fat
        Content etc.?

  • selia

    can I use something else for oil? im allergic to coconuts..

    • Amy Layne

      Not for this recipe.

  • ab

    How many days does it last withut refrigeation

    • Amy Layne

      It is natural so not too long. I can not say a date as they have never lasted more than a week at our home :)

  • Leticia Gerling

    My family is extremely picky and I cannot get any of them to even try anything beyond the norm but I made these a few weeks ago and my young children were literally fighting over them. These are amazing I would never even dream of buying a candy bar ever again!!

    • Amy Layne

      So great to hear!!!

  • Nicole Trevisan

    Omg these look amazing!!!

    • Amy Layne

      Thanks Nicole! enjoy

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  • Tammy Allan Marcoux

    Delicious, delectable, divine! These are absolutely amazing. My hubby said he’s never tasted anything so yummy before.

    • Amy Layne

      Thanks Tammy!!! So excited you both loved them!

  • Fatima

    These are to die for! I havent had a snickers bar in so long due to my intolerances and the fact ive gone preservative free/organic. This really gave me my chocolate hit for the day and the caramel tasted better then i expected. Thanks so much for sharing your recipes.

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  • Jessica

    Do we use medjool dates or chopped dates? They both have very different textures.

    • Amy Layne

      Hey Jessica! Medjool dates are best! and you do not have to soak them as long as they are fresh :) Enjoy!

      • Jessica

        Thanks so much! So excited to make this!

  • Emily

    I guess you could use whole almonds rather than peanuts to make these bars paleo friendly?

    • Amy Layne


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  • Susan

    So I made these. Substituted nuts products with cashew butter & cashews. Used maple agave for syrup & agave. Instead of soaking dates, I added rum to food processor til it was smooth. Orgasim!
    PS: Can you tell us calorie count!

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  • Heather

    Can I use agave instead of the maple syrup? Its the only sweetener I have at the moment.

    • Amy Layne


  • Becky Brooker

    Hey, I saw these recently for sale at a farmer’s market. Almost exactly the same except she used coconut milk for the caramel portion, thoughts? I was thinking it would be a significant reduction in calories.

  • Britt

    What can I use in place of the agave?

    • Amy Layne

      Hey Britt! You can use nothing as the dates are fairly sweet! But if you have a sweet tooth you can use maple syrup, coconut sap, or liquid stevia.

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