Welcome Back! We missed you!

Quickly login with your social network or email:

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Register

Forgot Password

Don't have an account? Register

Become a Hip2Save Insider

Don't Miss Out! Join our large community of insiders - it's totally free! Once you join, you'll be able to save & share your favorite deals, rate posts and recipes and add items to your cookbook! What are ya waiting for?!

Already have an account? Login

Become a Hip2Save Insider

Don't Miss Out! Join our large community of insiders - it's totally free! Once you join, you'll be able to save & share your favorite deals, rate posts and recipes and add items to your cookbook! What are ya waiting for?!

Already have an account? Login

Black Friday 2018

Subscribe to our newsletter

Homemade Gluten-Free Trail Bars

17 Comments

Homemade Trail Bars Hip2Save

If you or a family member are following a Gluten-Free diet (or know someone that is!), check out these yummy Gluten-Free Trail Bars packed full of healthy whole grains, nuts and seeds! These easy no-bake Trail Bars make for a delicious snack and/or are perfect for a quick breakfast on the go! Find the puffed rice cereal, quinoa flakes, and puffed millet cereal at your local natural food store or in the Gluten-Free section at your local Grocery Store.

Healthy ingredients trails bars Hip2Save

Homemade Gluten Free Trail Bars

(Recipe from Canyon Ranch)

Ingredients
⅓ cup quinoa flakes (note that you can finely chop up gluten-free instant oats in a food processor and use these as a substitute for the quinoa flakes)
1⅔ cups puffed millet
1⅔ cups puffed rice
¼ cup pumpkin seeds
¾ cup sunflower seeds
¾ cup chopped walnuts
1 cup dried cherries
1 cup almond butter
1 cup honey

No Bake Trail Bars Hip2Save

Directions:

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Mix all ingredients except honey and almond butter in a large bowl. On low heat, melt almond butter and honey until mixture bubbles. Remove from heat and pour over the dry ingredients. Press onto a large baking sheet and let cool completely – cut into bars once it hardens. Makes about 40 servings.

Homemade Healthy Trail Bars
My kids and hubby loved these bars! I really like the fact that you can customize the nuts and fruit to what your family prefers. Hope you and your family enjoy this healthy gluten-free snack too!

Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s recipes created just for Hip2Save, click here.

Join The Discussion

Comments 17

  1. Queenmum

    These look wonderful!!

  2. Megan

    How do these hold up after cutting? When I’ve attempted homemade granola bars before, they’ve been really crumbly. I’m wondering if these hold up better.

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      These are definitely more chewy like a rice crispy treat because they are no bake, not crumbly. Thanks!

  3. Shannon

    Since it makes 40, can you freeze them? I think it’d be hard to go through all 40 quickly enough. Thanks!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      We ate these as a quick yummy breakfast so they lasted about a week in the fridge and were great! I think freezing would be a great idea to try as well!

  4. Leslie

    My daughter is a recently diagnosed celiac. It’s good to see a gluten free bar to make for her. Thank you!

    • Em

      Just a tip- just because something is gluten free doesn’t mean it was processed/made in a gluten free facility. One crumb of gluten can set her off. I highly suggest making your entire house gluten free.

  5. Melissa

    Lina, have you tried to make any DIY Quest Bars?

  6. Kris H.

    Thanks – my son has soy and nut allergies but I can adapt this recipe for him!

  7. Summer

    Looks yummy….my daughter has massive food allergies…..we make bars every week with organic pumpkin seeds, raw honey, organic shredded coconut, dates, enjoy life chocolate, rice chex, and sometimes we add vegan mini marshmallows. Blend in food processor, add water a little at a time. Press into to bars and refrigerate.

  8. Linda

    Do you know the sugar content of these bars..that look wonderful!!!

  9. Beverly

    These look great. I plan to try them. It would be great to analyze the nutrition of these bars for calories, fat, protein, carbs, sugar, fiber, etc. That would be really helpful. Self magazine has a nutrition analyzer. I don’t have time right now. If any one else does it, please post the results!

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      According to the Canyon Ranch site—>calories 130, protein 3g, sodium 2 mg, fat 7 g, Fiber 1g, protein 3 g Carbs 15g

  10. Ashley Monroe

    I am going to make these they look amazing and I spend so much $ on other bars, what a great alternative! Thank you!

  11. Terry

    Lina,
    Looks like your pictures show the pumpkin seeds still in the shells.
    Do you eat the shells, too?

    • Lina (Hip's Modern Martha)

      Oh ha ya I guess we did eat the shells. That’s how they came in the bulk bins. Lol

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

It's not your Grandma's coupon site!

🎄 25 Days of Christmas Movie Bucket List (with FREE Top 10 Printable) HERE.