There’s just something so satisfying about rich chocolate and crunchy nuts! These chocolate clusters put LivBar center stage and feature seeds like pumpkin and sunflower. Similar to chocolate covered peanut clusters from the candy aisle, these are perfectly sweet and crunchy. But this recipe avoids extra ingredients or preservatives. Rather, it’s a simple blend of crumbled LivBar, seeds, and your favorite dark chocolate.
Laced with chocolate flavor and sweetened simply by pure maple syrup, this recipe for an iced mocha is delicious and refreshing. Just four ingredients make up this paleo maple mocha, which can also be made hot (just ditch the ice and steam your milk first). A maple cacao syrup is made with just pure maple syrup and cacao powder, which brings flavor and sweetness to whatever it's added.
Pumpkin spice is seemingly all the rage when it comes to autumn baking. Pumpkin coffee, cake, and other treats seem to pop up everywhere we look just as soon as the leaves begin to change color! But many of these sweet treats and goods are processed or packed with sugar. Packaged, premade cakes and muffins are quick and easy to grab, but we recommend reading those ingredients carefully before diving in. Or rather, try out these simple and delicious gluten free pumpkin spice muffins! Read Full Post Here
We absolutely love this spin on rice krispy treats and s’mores! These rice krispies are made with the basics for s’mores, like graham crackers and chocolate, with bonus pieces of Coffee Maple Cacao LivBar throughout. It’s a fun treat that’s full of all of the best elements of a good dessert. Chewy, crispy bites of rice krispies work well with chunks of chocolate chips and mini marshmallows. Read Full Post Here
Coffee and chocolate are just about the perfect pair. But why not sweeten things up a bit with the addition of pure maple syrup? That’s why the Coffee Maple Cacao LivBars taste so good! Maple syrup adds another layer of flavor and sweetness to these Maple Mocha Chia Pudding cups, rounding the other ingredients out for a tasty treat. Chia pudding is an easy-to-make blend of chia seeds and liquid, such as almond milk, that’s perfect for breakfast or a snack. The chia seeds form a thick, creamy texture and provide healthy nutrients. Read Full Post Here
These coconut crepes are everything you want in a sweet breakfast! Silky dairy free whipped cream is piled atop your favorite crepes— We used Josie’s Best gluten free crepe mix. Then, it’s sprinkled with toasted coconut and LivBar and a splash of maple syrup. It’s the perfect balance of sweetness and contrasting textures from the toppings. Read Full Post Here