Coconut Cashew Chocolate Bars

These bars are the BOMBBBBBB.

My Jonnie babe wanted to make a treat last night so I rummaged through @Cleanfoodcrush’s new Hawt Chocolate Recipe book and found her Almond Joy Bars.

We worked our booties off all week doing the new Insanity Max:30 program and didn’t wanna throw all that out the door! These babies were delish and totally hit the spot! And so simple! We didn’t have almonds, thus the Coconut Cashew Bars came to life!

Here’s the recipe! I dare you to make these the next time your sweet tooth is hollerin’!

COCONUT CASHEW BARS {adapted from Cleanfoodcrush’s Almond Joy Bars)


  1. Preheat oven 350 f
  2. Spray 8×8 tart or bar pan with coconut oil spray or coat lightly with melted coconut oil
  3. Combine2 cups unsweetened shredded coconut
3 large egg whites
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp liquid stevia or 8 packets stevia (we used purevia)
  4. Press very firmly into the bottom of pan
  5. Bake about 14 minutes, until edges are golden and middle is set.
  6. Let cool. Melt 1/2 cup dark chocolate/cacao with 1 tbsp coconut oil, pour over cooked coconut, sprinkle with chopped cashews.
  7. Set in freezer for a few minutes if needed to harden chocolate.
  8. Slice into bars ♥

Let me know what you think after you make these babies! Tag me on IG Stories @micahfolsomfit or comment below!!

Micah Folsom

Hi, I’m Micah!

Hi, I’m Micah! Wife to a cattle rancher and homeschool mom to our 6 kids on our small farm in Southeast Idaho.

I’m a top network marketing leader in the health & wellness space, Host of the Do Your Crap Podcast, Creator of my program for network marketers called Ignite Your Life and most recently helping my husband, JD with our new business selling homegrown beef subscription boxes so more families can enjoy delicious meals together with the peace of mind knowing exactly where their meat was raised.

I’m a huge believer that women can live multi-passionate lives and still honor their family values, letting our heart tugs pave the way for us to live out our fullest potential and be the light we’re meant to be.

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