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Your Kids Will Love These Healthy “Candy Bars” 

“Healthy” and “candy bars” are two words that don’t go together. Candy bars are widely known for their unhealthy nature because of their many chemicals, additives, and preservatives. Introducing homemade candy bars is the perfect way of satisfying your kids’ sweet tooth without sacrificing their health. Say goodbye to sugary meltdowns and hello to these five homemade candy bars. 

If your kids love Snickers, make these

This homemade Snickers bar is the perfect reenactment of the store-bought chocolate. You’ll taste the soft, luscious homemade nougat as you take your first bite.

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As you grease your brownie pans and line with parchment paper, mix erythritol, agave, water, and salt in a pan and heat it to 220°F to create a syrup. Beat egg whites and drizzle in the hot syrup. Add vanilla paste and beat until smooth. Pour into the pans and let it stay overnight. Slice into strips and coat with chocolate and peanuts. 

Love Butterfingers? Try the amazing Fumblefingers

These homemade Butterfingers are an absolute delight, and the key to making a healthy version is brown rice crisps cereal. You can also use honey or maple syrup as sweetener altenatives.

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Heat and mix the chosen sweetener and nut butter in a pan over low heat for a minute. Transfer the mixture to a bowl, combine brown rice cereal, and cool in the fridge. Melt chocolate in a saucepan and shape the cooled mixture into bars. Dip each bar into the melted chocolate and cool again. 

This Homemade Duo Tastes Better Than Twix Bars

This homemade “Duo Delights” will certainly be your kid’s favorite. It is a sweet pleasure of rich chocolate, buttery caramel, and crusty shortbread. This easy-to-make recipe will give Twix bars a run for their money. 

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Preheat your oven to 350°F. Then heat the shortbread crust and pour your desired caramel filling over the cooled crust. Freeze it to harden. In another pan, melt chocolate, pour it over the cooled shortbread crust, and freeze once more before slicing. 

Taste Heaven With Homemade Milky Ways

If your kids crave Milky Ways, try this homemade, healthy recipe. This confectionery gem whispers buttery and sweet comfort.

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Combine erythritol, agave, water, and salt in a saucepan and cook until 220°F to make a sauce. Whip egg whites until stiff and add the hot syrup. Spread the combined mixture in a pan to cool, then pour caramel sauce into the sliced mixture. Cool once more to harden, and then pour melted chocolate to coat it. 

Replace Almond Joy With This Homemade Nutty Bliss

Almond Joy is one of the most popular candy bars. It is sweet and infused with shredded coconuts, topped with almonds, and dipped in chocolate. Instead of sugary, processed candies, this Almond Joy recipe will wow your kids. 

Blend coconut, coconut oil, and maple syrup until well-mixed and sticky. Press down, chill, and cut into bars. Coat each bar with chocolate and garnish with almonds by pressing it into the top half of the bar. Drizzle more chocolate to cover the entire bar and freeze once again.  

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