Vegan White Chocolate Aroniaberry Bars with Raw Cacao Nibs


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Delicious homemade dessert bars packed with nuts, figs, and creamy vegan white chocolate, delicately flavoured with aroniaberry powder. These nobake bars are a perfect sweet treat if you have an allergy, as they are gluten free, dairy free and vegan.

CrustFilling
  • 6 Dried figs, chopped
  • 100 g Walnuts, toasted
  • 50 g Almonds, toasted
  • 1 tbsp Coconut oil
  • 1/3 tsp Sea salt
  • 200 g Vegan white chocolate, chopped
  • 2 tbsp Coconut Oil
  • 50 ml Coconut milk 17% fat (I used Aroy-D), room temperature
  • 1 tsp Aronia berry powder
  • 1/2 tbsp Raw cacao nibs
  • 1 tsp Pistachio nuts, chopped
  1. Line a standard sized loaf pan with a plastic wrap. Place chopped dried figs, nuts, coconut oil and salt in a food processor and blend until the mixture comes together and is sticky.
  2. Press crust mixture firmly and evenly into the prepared pan to create an even layer. Place in the freezer to firm up.
  3. Place the vegan white chocolate, coconut oil, coconut milk and aronia berry powder in the top of your double boiler. Set aside.
  4. Fill the bottom half of a double boiler with about 1 inch of water. Heat the water over medium-high heat until it begins to boil. Reduce the heat to low. Now set the top of the double boiler with the white chocolate atop the boiling water.
  5. Stir gently until the chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth. Pour the mixture on top of the frozen crust and return to the freezer until set. Sprinkle the top with cacao nibs and pistachios. Slice and enjoy! Store the rest in the fridge.

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74 comments:

Mindy Boyd 2/3/17 04:46

You always post such interesting and beautiful dishes, looks yummy!

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Balvinder Ubi 2/3/17 05:06

These bars look quite amazing and irresistibly good.

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Sonia Cerca 2/3/17 08:06

I love Aronia berries and these bars look fabulous! I mean, look at that colour!

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Nancy Chan 2/3/17 09:17

At first look, I thought it was strawberry sugar candy. Aronia berry is new to me. I love nuts and I would love to munch on these bars.

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All That I'm Eating 2/3/17 12:10

Love the sound of these and they look so inviting too!

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natalia20041989 2/3/17 12:31

Wow, they look so pretty ☺

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Vicki Bensinger 2/3/17 13:16

My new favorite beverage Karuna has arona berry in it and I love it. I will definitely try these. I wonder if Whole Foods would carry the powder? By the way where do you live? I'm assuming outside the United States. Thanks for sharing this.

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Tricia Buice 2/3/17 14:55

Oh my Angie - these are stunning! Love the figs and nuts and the color is fantastic. Great treat and a wonderful texture. Have a lovely weekend!

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Geraldine Saucier 2/3/17 16:02

These bars look amazing. I need to order aronia berry powder.

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Susan 2/3/17 16:52

You introduce me to the most interesting ingredients! I need to order aronia berry powder as well so I can make these when my daughter comes for a visit.

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Koko 2/3/17 16:54

These look unbelievably delicious! I have never heard of aronia berry before...gotta look into it! That colour is gorgeous. Love the dairy-free, gluten-free aspect, too!

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Monica 2/3/17 17:43

What a nice treat to have that's also so easy on the eyes. The color is beautiful and I love the texture and chew you get with a bar like this.

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Liz Berg 2/3/17 18:24

The color is beautiful! I've never heard of aroniaberries, but I'll have to keep my eyes peeled for the powder :)

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Evelyne CulturEatz 2/3/17 18:59

Aronia who berry lol? Another new thing I will have to discover. These bars look so scrumtions, full of yummy goodies. And so pretty!

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No Spoon Necessary 2/3/17 19:35

Oh my goodness, ANGIE!! The color of these bars is EVERYTHING! The little girl in my still lives for anything pink in color, so these seriously have me swooning! And to top if off they sound delicious! I've never heard of aroniaberry powder, so I'm definitely going to check that out! Thanks for a great share! Cheers, friend!

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 2/3/17 19:52

That Vibrant pink color is what make to peep in to the recipe!! Love the vegan version absolutely!!

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Evolve With Mary 2/3/17 21:42
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Evolve With Mary 2/3/17 21:45

Great pictures Angie, I love the colors! I had to pin this right away :)

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Cheri Savory Spoon 2/3/17 22:34

Oh my goodness Angie, these bars look delicious. Never heard of aroniaberry powder before, but I'm thinking it is whats giving these bars that gorgeous color.

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Veena Theagarajan 3/3/17 01:51

lovely treat.. so tempting color

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Nava K 3/3/17 05:05

Angie, I love you for exciting my morning with these bars. Wish I can taste.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 3/3/17 13:41

Angie your recipes are always so interesting and, of course, very pretty!

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Anca 3/3/17 14:10

Aww, they look so nice, I love that beautiful colour. I think they must be delicious, with white chocolate, I would have a few of those. :)

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cakespy 3/3/17 15:14

These are visually stunning and I bet they taste just as good as they look!

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grace 3/3/17 17:28

you've introduced me to a brand new ingredient! i've never heard of aronia berries but they sure do lend a lovely color to these bars! delicious treat. :)

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fimère .b 3/3/17 17:53

super dessert j'aime bien ces barres plein de saveurs
bonne soirée

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Pam 3/3/17 18:48

They look pretty and tasty!

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 3/3/17 19:26

Pretty, delicious and healthy looking bars. Vegan White Chocolate Bars with Raw Cacao Nibs are a lovely combo. Addition of aronia berry sounds fantastic.

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Gloria Baker 4/3/17 02:15

The look absolutely beautiful Angie !!

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 4/3/17 12:37

I've never had vegan white chocolate Angie. These are so pretty and i am sure very delicious

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Adina 4/3/17 19:05

What a pretty color, my daughter would love these bars. :)

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 4/3/17 19:52

I am intrigued by the Aronia berry. It sure makes a beautiful bar!

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Debra Eliotseats 4/3/17 20:43

I absolutely LOVE the color of this.

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Alida@mylittleitaliankitchen 4/3/17 22:58

So inventive! Fantastic recipe Angie. I love those raw cacao nibs.. I didn't know they were so good. Brava!

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Nammi 5/3/17 14:21

where on earth do you get these interesting ingrediants such as this aroniaberries!?!?! love the colour!

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nadia 5/3/17 16:33

They look gorgeous and I just love that colour :D great ingredient list!

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Beth 5/3/17 20:21

I must admit I've never heard of aronia berries before, but your squares are so pretty!

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 5/3/17 22:38

No, I haven't heard of aroniaberry but thanks for turning me on! Can't wait to find it and make these beauties!

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Sharon D 6/3/17 04:55

This ..looks amazing, Angie. I would be happy to snack on this every time I feel hungry!

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Hema 6/3/17 11:33

Aronia berry and raw cacao nibs, such new and interesting ingredients and these bars look superb..

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Easyfoodsmith 6/3/17 12:17

so pretty and so healthy! how I love your creations!

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Shashi at RunninSrilankan 6/3/17 13:17

These bars are absolutely gorgeous and love how healthy they are for looking fo decadent!

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Eva Taylor 6/3/17 13:43

Beautiful colour Angie.

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Tisa Jacob 6/3/17 13:45

I am going to google aroniaberry. These are beautiful.

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kitchen flavours 6/3/17 16:34

Such amazing looking bars! And they look delicious!

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Evi @ greenevi 6/3/17 20:37

These bars look absolutely divine, Angie!

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Catherine 6/3/17 21:05

Dear Angie, These bars look wonderful for spring or any season. I know I would enjoy these. Have a wonderful day. xoxo Catherine

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Pam 6/3/17 21:09

Beautiful color, Angie and I love figs and nuts so this is a hit for me. Aronia berry is new to me and I will be looking into it. The bars have to be a delicious treat!

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Sue/the view from great island 6/3/17 22:14

You never cease to inspire me Angie, those bars are stunning!!

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Kelly 7/3/17 02:34

These are so beautiful, Angie! I love the pretty color! I've never tried an aroniaberry before but they look delicious!

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Priya Santhamohan 7/3/17 12:46

Priya @asmallbite
WOW ! love the vibrant pink colour,amazing share...

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Choclette Blogger 7/3/17 15:03

Oh I do love your recipes Angie. They introduce me to new ingredients I've never heard of. I'm now left wondering what vegan white chocolate can be made of and what aronia berries are.

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Velva 7/3/17 15:17

Angie, delicious! Definitely a way to not feel guilty about dessert.

Velva

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 7/3/17 16:05

Whoa! These looks so ooey-gooey! I am so impressed with your photo because it ain't easy to take sexy photos of gooey deliciousness like it, but um, YOU DID friggin' perfectly!

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Gingi Freeman 7/3/17 20:05

WHOA!!! These look interesting!!! <3 - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 8/3/17 02:03

You dazzle all of us with your healthy ingredients, Angie! Never heard of aroniaberry powder before but those bars are so beautiful and look delicious.

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Kitchen Riffs 8/3/17 02:15

Really pretty! And such a fun dish -- really interesting ingredients. Thanks!

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mjskit 8/3/17 04:28

Here you go again - another new ingredient. :) Aronia berry? Had to look it up and still have never seen it. I love the color and the creaminess of the filling for the bars looks awesome. I'm pretty sure I could a few of these bars in one sitting.

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Jessica Samantha Hylton-Leckie 8/3/17 08:33

Angie these bars are STUNNING!! I love that you always introduce me to new produce!!

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Katerina 8/3/17 09:19

Aronia is very well known here in Greece and we make spoon sweet with it! I am going to add this recipe to my list to try! The color is amazing!

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Cook With Manali 8/3/17 14:52

these bars look great Angie, super pretty too! :)

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Reeni Pisano 9/3/17 02:12

I missed your beautiful creations Angie! Always learning of new ingredients - arionaberry - never saw them here. The bars look delicious!

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 9/3/17 16:07

Angie, these look so creamy and good! Love all the nuts and now you've got me wanting to try aroniaberry powder! I'm always learning something new when I visit!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 11/3/17 00:59

So pretty and tasty looking ;)

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Sokehah Cheah 11/3/17 16:49

Gosh, I like the colour, very attractive and there's always something new coming from your blog.

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Helene Dsouza 13/3/17 06:48

Omg the color is stunning. (would be the hot for holi here!) I have never heard of that berry, is it common in Germany? If it can color your bars so lovely, then I need some too asap!

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Angie Schneider 13/3/17 09:43

@Helene DsouzaIt is getting popular..you know, just like other superfoods. You definitely can order it from Amazon.

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Chitz 13/3/17 13:50

Generally I'm not a fan of energy bars, but that looks very tempting :)

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 13/3/17 21:18

What a pretty bar! I've never heard of aronia berry - going to check that out!

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Olga Riofrio 15/3/17 15:04

Wow this looks so yummy.
Olga

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Nava K 17/3/17 09:10

When we speak of prettiness, attractiveness and diviners, we sure are referring to these bars.

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