No Bake Granola Bar Bites

These no bake granola bar bites are the perfect snack. They combine so many delicious flavors, that they may like a strange mixture, but they are actually delicious! And SO EASY to make!

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You basically just combine your favorite ingredients from a granola bar and voila, granola bar bites.

Okay, so its not QUITE that easy, but it is easy. You just have to make sure you have the right ratio of wet and dry ingredients so that these balls will roll up nicely into balls and hold their shape once rolled.

No Bake Granola Bar Bites

I decided to use coconut flakes, chocolate chips and raisins as my add ins, and these bites tasted delicious! But you could add white chocolate chips, nuts, dried cherries, etc.

No Bake Granola Bar Bites
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  • 1¼ cup oats
  • ½ cup creamy peanut butter
  • 3 TBS honey
  • ¼ cup coconut flakes
  • ⅓ cup chocolate chips
  • ⅓ cup raisins
  1. Combine all ingredients in a medium sized bowl.
  2. Stir well for a few minutes until everything is combined well.
  3. Put mixture in the fridge and chill for about 30 minutes.
  4. Remove from fridge and roll into balls (wash your hands a few times throughout to keep mixture from sticking to them too much).
  5. Place bites on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
  6. Return to fridge or freezer to chill.

Enjoy these granola bar bites as a healthy snack! Store in a airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 week.

No Bake Granola Bar Bites

For another homemade and easy snack idea, try our white chocolate and cranberry granola bars!



  1. These bites are delicious! My 1.5 year old son gobbled them up. I used 1/4 cup of shredded carrot instead of coconut, we’re going through a veggie strike at the moment…but he never knew the difference! Also left out the chocolate chips for now, but they still came together perfectly. Thank you for sharing! I can tell I’ll be making these regularly.

    1. What a great idea! I’m so glad that your son liked them! I’ll have to try them with carrots next time!

  2. Hello, I am really wanting to make these, but I’m wondering about the oats. If we are not cooking them then arnt they raw? Are raw oats okay to eat? Thanks!

  3. Any idea the carb/caloroie/sugar/protein per ball Information? I have type 1 diabetes and am wanting to try these out as a healthy snack ?

  4. Chelsea · · Reply

    Thanks for the recipe! I just made it and it is DELICIOUS. I took some artistic license (I was trying to clean out the pantry and use up things before they go bad) and used flavored instant oatmeal packets, crushed nuts, and dried fruit. And I used almond butter instead of peanut butter, and agave nectar instead of honey.

  5. Kristi · · Reply

    Made these tonight really good! I put them on my cookies sheet and then cut them in bars.

  6. Does it matter if it regular or quick oats?

    1. I think either will work just fine!

  7. i too added flax, as well as cinnamon and swapped in craisins for raisins! They turned out great, i did need a lil extra peanut butter to help them not be too dry with the flax added

  8. Anyone know about how many bites this recipe makes?

    1. Chrissy I don’t remember the exact amount and it will depend how big you make the bites, but I would guess about 15-18 at the size I made them!

  9. Memorie · · Reply

    Hello!! These look great and so easy to make :) Are the coconut flakes sweetened or not? In the picture, they do not look sweetened, but wanted to make sure before I made them.

    1. I usually buy sweetened coconut flakes, but I think this would be good with either!

      1. Thanks Aimee! I will be making these this week and I will let you know what my daughter thinks :)

    2. I would use the unsweetened for the less calorie, less sugar part. If you’re nor worried about that go crazy and use the sweetened. Yum, Yum!

  10. These look yummy!
    My daughter wanted to make some like this but was using ground flax seed also. I was at work when she decided to do this so she called to ask if we had any flax. I explained when it was in the pantry (why am I the only one who can find things – it is organized i promise) and went on with my day. A few hours later I got a call from my daughter saying she thinks there was something wrong with the flax seed because the snack balls had a very strong spice flavor. After asking her some questions (because this made no sense) I realized she had used mustard seed instead, and 1/2 a cup at that! I was laughing so hard the receptionist came to me office to make sure I was alright! My daughter felt to terrible and felt like she had just wasted all those ingredients. I reassured her that this is the way we learn sometimes and that she should just trash it all and start over. We laugh about this every time the word mustard is used.

    1. Oh my goodness, Laura! That is hilarious! I am glad we can all learn from our own cooking mistakes and that’s how we get better. I’m sure those mustard granola bites weren’t very good!! Haha!

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