A new recipe on Thanksgiving Day? You guys, I could not freaking resist. I had to sneak in just one more pumpkin recipe before we move onto Christmas, because you know what that means – peppermint. But the reality is, I will be eating these all year round because they are insanity, and once you taste them, you will be too!
One of the things that I love about this recipe is that it’s no bake, and you can pull this off, from start to finish, in 30 minutes flat, and you only need a handful of ingredients. You can also mix and match the nuts to your liking, if you aren’t a huge fan of pecans and cashews. You can also add seeds – think pumpkin seeds, hemp seeds, and even sprinkle in some chia. The world is your oyster, really.
My favorite part of this recipe is the middle layer – aka, the chocolate layer. The chocolate layer is a simple blend of cacao powder, coconut oil, and grade A maple syrup from the Maple Guild. If you don’t have this maple syrup, you can order it on their website and save 25% off your order by using code kalejunkie25 at checkout. It’s a great deal, so be sure to check it out. Otherwise, be sure to use a quality maple syrup, because it matters!
Rather than bore you to death with all of the chores I have left to do around the house before family comes over for Thanksgiving dinner, I’ll get right to the recipe, because it’s straight up crack in pumpkin bar form.
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Made these yesterday and they turned out amazingly good!
I do have a strong food processor, but the mixture was a bit too dry to spin everything like a paste-like so the nuts didn’t end up very grounded. However, this made the bars actually crunchy which i really liked and the chocolate layer is literally the best, between the other 2 layers. ❤️
I am so glad they turned out just to your liking! That’s what it’s all about sometimes – taking a recipe, and making it your own!