I get really proud of myself when I make a “crunchy” dessert. This dessert is literally sort of crunchy, but I’m talking about the health nut, hippie crunchy. You know, like granola. Anyway, I love when I make a healthy-ish treat. Something that really could be called “Paleo.” We don’t like to call our desserts “Paleo” because they are usually pretty intense. Like as close to the real deal as possible, and I’m not saying that to brag, I’m saying it because I work pretty hard to make a cupcake or a cookie that is like having the real thing. I have always loved baking, and I think desserts are absolutely beautiful.
Despite all that, I also think it’s fun to make really simple treats that are something you really won’t feel too guilty about eating every once in a while. This recipe is very simple to make, enough so that it would be a fun cooking project with children! You can leave these in bar form, or you can chop them into small squares, or roll them into balls and keep them in the freezer for any time you need a little taste of sweet. They are a great dessert option for school lunches (just omit the nuts if they aren’t allowed to have them in school).
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