A recipe for coconut macadamia bars from the Breakfast in Five eCookbook by Tasteaholics. Find out more about this low carb recipe collection.
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Tasteaholics has created a couple of eCookbooks on their site Try Low Carb. Each eBook comes with 30 easy low carb recipes geared for a particular meal. There’s a Dinner in Five and Breakfast in Five with a Lunch in Five collection soon to be released.
Each recipe in these collections has up to 5 ingredients, with up to 5g net carbs per serving, and takes up to 5 steps to make. These recipes making following a low carb diet super easy!
I have received copies of both the dinner and breakfast eCookbooks. And, Tasteaholics has allowed me to share a recipe from the Breakfast in Five eCookbook with my readers. The recipe I chose to share is the one for low carb coconut macadamia bars.
Breakfast bars have always been a favorite treat for me. But, the ones that are commercially sold are full of junk. Luckily, it’s super easy to make them at home!
For this recipe, you only need five common low carb ingredients. You may have to go out for the macadamia nuts. Those were the only ingredient I didn’t already have.
To make the bars, there’s only four steps. And, it’s basically to combine all the ingredients, spread into a lined pan, refrigerate overnight, and then slice into bars. So simple!
It may be the almond butter I used, but I found the bars to get really soft when taken out of the refrigerator. So, I ended up wrapping them individually and storing in the freezer. I preferred them frozen.
This is just one of many super simple recipes you’ll get in the Breakfast in Five eCookbook. A few of the other 5 ingredients or less recipes include blueberry pancakes, breakfast tacos, morning hot pockets, and maple pecan porridge. There’s certainly enough variety to suite all tastes!
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The eCookbooks offered by Tasteaholics at Try Low Carb are perfect for those just getting started and don’t have a lot of time for meal prep. Although developing low carb recipes has been a hobby over the last few years, most of my meals are basic recipes. The quick and easy recipes are the ones I tend to use most often.
I wish I had these easy low carb recipe collections back when I was just getting started on the keto diet. It’s was tough for me to find simple recipes to get through the day. Try Low Carb makes it easy. I highly recommend the Breakfast in Five and Dinner in Five eCookbooks. You can check them out at Try Low Carb.
Easy Low Carb Coconut Macadamia Bars for Breakfast
Coconut Macadamia Bars - Breakfast in Five
- Crush the macadamia nuts a food processor or by hand.
- Combine the almond butter, coconut oil and shredded coconut in a mixing bowl. Add the macadamia nuts and stevia drops.
- Mix thoroughly and pour the batter into a 9x9 parchment paper lined baking dish.
- Refrigerate overnight, slice and enjoy. (see note)
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Note on Nutritional Information
Nutritional information for the recipe is provided as a courtesy and is approximate only. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the nutritional information given for any recipe on this site. Erythritol carbs are not included in carb counts as it has been shown not to impact blood sugar. Net carbs are the total carbs minus fiber.