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Almond Flour Date Cookie Dough Bars

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  1. Rinn C says:

    Can you freeze these?

    • Gina Fontana says:

      That’s a good question! Ours never last long enough to freeze, haha, so I haven’t tried it. Dates don’t freeze very well, they don’t completely freeze, but perhaps mixed with the other ingredients they would? Keeping them in the freezer would keep them nice and cold preserving them for longer, so that may help. You could try it and I would love your feedback, I’m sorry if this isn’t a helpful answer… I will have to try that next time I make them.

  2. Jon says:

    Incredible recipe! Made these as a treat from being strictly on the keto diet and was pleasantly surprised. Coconut oil in the chocolate worked like a charm and the whole recipe turned out as planned. Great job and thanks!

    • Gina Fontana says:

      Hi Jon! Thank you so much for your kind comment, I am so glad to hear you enjoyed them! My family and I love these too ☺️ Hope you’ll try some of my other recipes, take care!

  3. claire conde says:

    Calories per serving please and thank

  4. claire conde says:

    Calories per serving please and thank you

  5. Julie Frankel says:

    Just made these and they’re fantastic! Used almond butter (instead of Sun butter) and almond extract (instead of vanilla, 2 tsp) and a little less chocolate. They’re thin but taste amazing! So quick and easy! I also didn’t feel like adding the coconut oil but don’t really care about the cracking chocolate 😉

  6. Marj says:

    Love these! I didn’t have quite enough dates so used dried pineapple! Amazing!
    My take on the chocolate not cracking is always add one half teaspoon of coconut oil to melting chocolate and you will never have that problem again.

    • Gina Fontana says:

      Ooo that sounds good with the pineapple! 😋 and yes! I usually do add coconut oil to my melted chocolate because it makes it smoother too lol thanks for reminding me, maybe I’ll update the recipe card to reflect that. Thanks for your kind comment Marj!

  7. Alex says:

    I just started the SCD diet and was missing the occasional tea cake. Just made these and they are DELICIOUS! Very easy to whip up in the food processor. I used homemade peanut butter and omitted the chocolate. Having my little bar now with some english breakfast tea. Thanks for the recipe!

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Gina Fontana

Gina Fontana is a certified health coach, recipe developer, food photographer, published author, and blogger. Her own personal health challenges led her to a gluten-free, vegan, plant-based lifestyle where she found significant improvement in her symptoms. Her passion and mission is to now share that with others who also need (or want) to pursue a healthier lifestyle. 

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