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Clean Eating No Bake Piña Colada Bars

Clean Eating No Bake Piña Colada BarsClean Eating No Bake Piña Colada BarsClean Eating No Bake Piña Colada BarsI shall never get tired of making my own nakd bars. They are ridiculously quick and easy to make and the flavour combinations are endless. These were a big hit with my Husband and littlest man. Once they had finished with them I barely had enough left over to photograph!

Clean Eating No Bake Piña Colada Bars are vegan, gluten free bars of goodness packed with coconut and pineapple and with no added sugar. What more could you want? These are delicious!

Give them a go and let me know how they turn out!

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Clean Eating No Bake Piña Colada Bars

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Clean Eating No Bake Piña Colada Bars. Vegan, gluten free bars of goodness packed with pineapple and coconut, with no added sugar. What more could you want? These are delicious!

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Place the cashew nuts into a food processor and blend until the nuts resemble fine breadcrumbs.
  2. Remove the ground cashew nuts and set aside in a bowl.
  3. Dice up the dried pineapple as fine as possible. This is a bit time consuming, but I found that the pineapple is so hard and leathery, the food processor just doesn't break it up enough by itself.
  4. Place the diced up dried pineapple and medjool dates into the food processor and mix until they are mostly broken up. (Don't worry if it all clumps together to form a ball, you can break it up when you add the nuts).
  5. Add the nuts back into the food processor with the coconut and blitz until everything is thoroughly combined.
  6. Once combined, empty out the mixture into a lunch box or tupperware container and gently press down with the back of a spoon. You can make them as thick as you like. I like mine to be around 1.5 cm deep.
  7. Once tightly packed, smooth and even, place the container into the fridge for a couple of hours, or overnight until firm.
  8. Once refrigerated, cut up the bars into as many portions are you like and wrap them tightly in some food wrap.
  9. Store them in the fridge until needed.

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    Amanda
    2nd January 2016 at 7:30 pm

    Hello,

    Can you advise how many calories a batch of the pina colda naked bars are?

    I thought the cashew and pina colda bars were great. I was inspired by your recipes and made some bars from dates, pecans cashews and coconut.

    Many thanks
    Amanda

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      The Kitchen Shed
      11th January 2016 at 11:49 am

      Yummy! Your bars sound delicious! I have no idea of the calorie content I’m afraid, its not something I count or publish on the blog but there are online calorie calculators that you can use to calculate it if you want to.

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    Hayley Morrison
    25th January 2016 at 9:11 am

    Good morning!!! I would love to win the competition as I’m a new mum to a 6 week old baby girl called Paisley, I’ve started clean eating since giving birth for 2 reasons – one, to give the best nutrients and vitamins and general best start to my wonderful little girl but also two, to be able to feel good about myself again from the inside out. Love the recipes by the way!! Use them to inspire my weekly shop!! X

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      The Kitchen Shed
      27th January 2016 at 3:46 pm

      That sounds great Hayley!

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    Aleksandra Dinic
    25th January 2016 at 2:38 pm

    I love pina colada taste!!! I now start my New Year resolutionsto eat right food. I’m brestfeeding mom, 39 year old now. Thx for recepies and for competitions!

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      The Kitchen Shed
      27th January 2016 at 3:47 pm

      Good for you! And you are most welcome 🙂

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    Helena
    25th January 2016 at 4:05 pm

    Ooo I have been eyeing these up since you posted them … I would love to have a go at making these … Happy birthday wishes to The Kitchen Shed and to you Charlie xx

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      The Kitchen Shed
      27th January 2016 at 3:47 pm

      Thanks Helena!

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    Alison
    26th January 2016 at 9:35 am

    I make these A LOT! I think it’s the coconut that makes them so good ❤

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      The Kitchen Shed
      27th January 2016 at 3:48 pm

      Mmmm! I’m so glad you like them!

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    Nina Kerrou
    27th January 2016 at 7:38 am

    These sound amazing! I love the really fruity nakd bars over the nutty ones, so I definitely need to give these a go x

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      The Kitchen Shed
      27th January 2016 at 3:48 pm

      Sounds good Nina!

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    Victoria
    28th January 2016 at 11:29 am

    Who wouldn’t like these!!! 🙂

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    Carrie
    23rd January 2018 at 7:25 pm

    I had to substitute to dried pitted dates. Used 40g which hopefully will make 6×150 calorie bars if they come out ok. Has to add a splash of water as was very dry.

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