Keto Friendly Candy Bars

I usually make these in cupcake liners but now I can make them in bars with these cute little snack bar makers from Pampered Chef.
Get yours here:
Pampered Chef Snack Bar Maker Set
I am one of those people who hate to Pan down for I will give you the directions first, and then show you pics.

Chop your baking bar or bars.  (you can use a candy bar if you aren't keto or sugar-free .go for it). Use two baking bars to fill these molds.
Place chipped and chopped pieces into your this case, the snack bar maker.
Next chop your nuts. I used cashews, walnuts, and almonds.  Nobody likes a one almond candy bar so making your own is so much better.  Put them in with the chocolate.
Place snack bar maker into the oven on about 250° for about 3-10 minutes, until melted. If you didnt' add a lot of chocolate, shake it up a big so the chocolate slides all over the candy bar mold and meshes together.
Take it out of the oven and put some pink Himalayan sea salt on top before it hardens.  Allow to cool slightly and then put the lid on it.  Place in refrigerator for about 20 minutes until it hardens.

You can run with this and add a layer of almond butter and more chocolate on top or add some dried fruits or oreo cookies.  Depending on your diet choices.  I make them keto friendly so I can stay with my keto lifestyle.

As you can see, I could have added a bit more chocolate to this but they will be just fine. 

 I use the coarse grind on this thing I got from Sams. 

The lid keeps everything clean and fresh. 
If you want something a bit smaller...we have another great mold, and they cost less, but there is not a lid.


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