Chocolate Covered Fig Bars

Fresh figs may be in season, but dried figs are available year round and because they lack moisture, I prefer baking with them.  I like using fruit (like figs, bananas and dates) as a natural sweetener for desserts and baked goods as supposed to any other sugar.  Fruit really is natures candy!


These Chocolate Covered Fig Bars are no-bake, sweetened with figs, Vegan, and Paleo. 

Chocolate Covered Fig Bars



  1. Remove stems from figs.
  2. Combine all ingredients, except water and chocolate, in food processor.
  3. Blend, stopping to scrape the sides every so often.
  4. Add water and then blend some more until dough starts to form a ball in food processor.
  5. Press dough into 8″ x 8″ pan.
  6. Place bars in freezer for at least an hour.
  7. Remove bars from freezer and cut to desired size.
  8. Melt chocolate in a small sauce pan over the stove top (low heat).
  9. Dip fig bars in melted chocolate and let dry on a non-stick surface (I used wax paper).
  10. Keep bars in fridge or freezer.

*Can substitute vegan protein powder for collagen





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