Are you a huge TWIX lover and looking for a healthy homemade Twix bar version of it? Then you’ll love this homemade version of this sugary chocolate.
Healthy homemade Twix bar with a layer of crunchy cookie, homemade caramel, and melted sugar free chocolate. An irresistible recipe that will blow your mind.
These crunchy and caramel layered homemade Twix bars are a delicious, yet healthy way to satisfy your sweet cravings. Just make this a larger batch and you will have something sweet to snack all week. Just grab and go!
Usually, my favorite recipes are the ones, when I take a classic recipe or classic sweet and make it healthy. And these healthy homemade Twix bars really are something to talk about. Crunchy bottom and sweet, smooth caramel, all combined with a layer of chocolate…
These healthy homemade Twix bars are completely sugar free and gluten free, and you can eat more than just one without overloading with sugar. No special ingredients needed, all ingredients in this recipe are simple and not expensive at all. Just the way I like – easy to make, low budget desserts with simple ingredients.
I recommend making these healthy homemade Twix bars at the start of the week, so you will have a quick snack to bite whenever you feel hungry or when you are craving something sweet. Also, if you have healthy snacks already ready you don’t have to worry about eating something full of sugar and other bad ingredients.
How to make healthy homemade Twix bars
It takes many simple and low budget ingredients to make these Twix bars. And you’ll have a delicious treat to enjoy throughout the week.
Step #1: Preheat the oven to 200˚C.
Step #2: Melt butter and honey on the water bath, take off the heat, let cool a bit, and then add flour. Press the mixture onto the prepared cooking tray. Bake the mixture in the oven for 8-10 minutes.
Step #3: Remove from the oven, and let them cool for 30 minutes.
Step #4: Blend dates with banana, and add peanut butter to the mixture. Place the mixture on top of the baked base and let it set in the freezer until the layer is firm.
Step #5: Cut the crunchy bottom and caramel layer into desired pieces. Melt chocolate, dip Twix bars in and let it set in the fridge.
These Healthy Homemade Twix bars are ready to enjoy!
It is essential to let the caramel layer sit in the freezer until firm because it is easier to cut and won’t fall apart. I think it would take about an hour to firm up, it depends if the crunchy layer has cooled down. But be patient, it will make your work later so much easier!
Some tips for the recipe
You can add crushed nuts to the caramel layer, so you will have something similar to Snickers. Or you can add crushed nuts to the melted chocolate to elevate the look of these healthy bars.
Also, you can make these homemade Twix bars vegan – all you have to do is replace butter with coconut oil or olive oil. And use maple syrup or any other vegan sticky sweetener instead of honey.
Last but not least, I recommend storing your cookies in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week. The fridge is essential, otherwise, these Twix bars might melt and the eating process can get messy. 😀
This recipe is actually from the mini cookbook that I made for my subscribers. I am planning to make a new recipe book with my favorite sugar free cake recipes.
Homemade Twix bars
Let me know, how these bars turned out. Also, use the hashtag #nosugarhacks on Instagram for a chance to be featured! I would really love to see your desserts, and also hear your ideas, what to make next!
Enjoy the recipe and new ones coming soon! 🙂
Sugar Free TWIX Chocolate Bar
- 40 g maple syrup
- 40 g coconut oil
- 80 g oat flour
- 120 g soaked bitted dates
- 1 banana
- 100 g sugar free and dairy free chocolate
- 20 g peanut butter
- Preheat the oven to 200˚C.
- Melt butter and honey, take off the heat and add flour. Bake the mixture in the oven for 8-10 minutes.
- Blend dates with banana and add peanut butter. Place the mixture on top of the baked base and let it set in the freezer.
- Melt chocolate, dip Twix bars in and let it set in the fridge. Enjoy!