Low Carb Nutty Granola Bars

I am a granola girl at heart, so naturally coming up with low carb version was just a matter of time. Can I tell you I am happy to report that this low-carber has brought granola into her life?

The best thing about this recipe is how  easy it is customize and make your own. Just swap out the 1/2 cup of pecans and use and of your favorite nuts or add sugar- free chocolate chips. Really the sky is the limit here.

I personally can’t wait till fresh cranberries start popping up at my grocery stores. I plan on making my own sugar free dried cranberries I will let you know how that goes.

low carb granola bars

Low Carb Nutty Granola Bars


4 egg whites

1 ¼ cup of swerve or 1 cup of other sugar substitute of your choice

¼ cup softened butter

2 tablespoons of peanut butter

2 cups of roughly chopped almonds

1 cup of roughly chopped cashews

½ cup roughly chopped pecans

1 cup flaxseed meal

¼ cup coconut flour

2 tsps of chia seeds

½ tsp sea-salt

½ tsp of baking soda

1 tsp of vanilla extract

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Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees

Roughly chop all the nuts and set aside. In a large mixer stand-up mixer beat the egg whites until foamy then add swerve, butter and combine till well mixed.

Next add the chia seeds, salt, baking soda and vanilla.

Stir in the all the nuts, flaxseed meal and coconut flour. In a parchment lined pan press the granola mix.

Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 30 to 40 minutes or until lightly brown and fully set. Allow to cool before cutting into bars. Store individually wrapped at room temperature. Enjoy in good health!

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13 thoughts on “Low Carb Nutty Granola Bars

  1. Judy Ghander says:

    I am so happy to have found your site and be able to subscribe. As a dedicated person of faith (far from perfect in any way but eager to grow in Him) and also committed to a low carb lifestyle, I love what you express. I have one question regarding nutrition notes per recipe. Have I missed them or where can I find them (at least the carb count) for the recipes?

    Liked by 1 person

    • fittoservegroup says:

      Hi Judy, so thrilled you found us. I have been searching for a tool to use but I keep coming up with some that require a ridiculous amount of effort. What I keep finding are tools for individual servings and not for a complete recipe. It has been very frustrating to say the least. I am still learning but I promise to keep looking to assist you. We don’t personally count calories and we kind of keep a running count of carbs in our heads. I know that’s not typical but it never hindered our journey or those we help in our fittoservegroup community. If you happen to know what tool I could use to give you those nutrition facts I would be more than happy to put them up. Be well and thanks for the following and stopping by to comment.


  2. Kelly says:

    Thank you for sharing this recipe. I love how flexible I can be with the ingredients- I use whatever mixed nuts I can find for a good deal and also add unsweetened coconut flakes. Yummy!

    Liked by 1 person

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