We love a good salted bar! Salted chocolate, salted peanut butter, salted caramel – each flavor is delicious and worthy of a spot on your holiday dessert spread. Bars are great because they are super easy to make and share. If you’re looking for a vegan dessert to serve during this holiday season, vegan salted bars are the way to go!

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1. 4 Ingredient Salted Peanut Butter Cheerio Bars

4 Ingredient Salted Peanut Butter Cheerio Bars

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These 4 Ingredient Salted Peanut Butter Cheerio Bars by Gabrielle St. Claire are quick, easy, affordable, and healthy. They are such a great snack and can easily be made in bulk!

2. Salted Caramel Protein Blondies

Salted Caramel Protein Blondies

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These flourless Salted Caramel Protein Blondies by Tara Sunshine are so gooey and delicious that you’ll barely believe they’re healthy, too! None of my taste testers could tell they were made with chickpeas. Instead, they described them as a cross between peanut butter cookies and caramel fudge.

3. Salted Caramel, Pretzel, and Macadamia-Almond Bars

Salted Caramel Pretzel and Macadamia-Almond Bars

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These Salted Caramel, Pretzel, and Macadamia-Almond Bars by True Foods Blog are 100% raw and vegan, they only contain natural sugars and without the pretzels, on top, the recipe is also gluten-free. The bars will give you lots of power and strength for your day with enough fiber, calcium, and iron in it.

Blissful: Vegan Dessert Cookbook!

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Looking for new desserts to try out? Well, you’re in luck! One Green Planet’s vegan dessert cookbook is perfect for all dietary needs, occasions, ages, preferences, and skill levels! Blissful: Vegan Desserts and Treats to Feel Good and Live Deliciously proves just how flavorful, satisfying, and easy to make vegan food can be. Inside you’ll find a collection of 100 scrumptious desserts for every skill level and taste. Featuring rich chocolatey desserts like Cake Batter Freezer Fudge and Chocolate Layer Cake With Espresso Buttercream and Rich Ganache, to light and healthy recipes like Lemon Coconut Squares and PB&J Nice Cream Bowls. There is something for everybody in this book, and is guaranteed to satisfy vegans and non-vegans alike!

4. Salted Chocolate Brownies

Salted Chocolate Brownies

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These Salted Chocolate Brownies by Kristina Humphreys are sweet and topped with a dusting of salt for that sweet & salty contrast! They make the perfect dessert if you’re looking to get into the kitchen and make something sweet!

5. Triple Layer Salted Caramel Chocolate Bars

Triple Layer Salted Caramel Chocolate Bars

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These scrumptious Vegan Triple Layer Salted Caramel Chocolate Bars by Allie Penner feature cashew, oat, coconut, and date base, a salted date and nut butter middle layer, and a chocolate topping. They’re so good, it’ll be hard to stop at one… and that’s okay because they’re full of healthy ingredients!

6. Salted Peanut Blondie S’mores

Salted Peanut Blondie S’mores

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Say hello to the yummiest vegan snack you will ever make! These Salted Peanut Blondie S’mores by Vicky Coates are a little bite of heaven….. the sweet gooeyness of the marshmallows combined with the salted peanut crunch is one seriously good combination! They are high in protein, gluten-free, Vegan, and Keto and Paleo-friendly!

7. Salted Dark Chocolate Macadamia Ganache Bars

Salted Dark Chocolate Macadamia Ganache Bars

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These raw, Salted Dark Chocolate Macadamia Ganache Bars by Rachel Carr are the perfect fix for late-night chocolate cravings. The rich chocolate ganache lays on top of a healthy macadamia nut, date, and ground almond crust. This recipe is pretty easy too, so you’ll have plenty of time to lick the spoons.

8. Salted Caramel Protein Bar

Salted Caramel Protein Bar

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These raw vegan Salted Caramel Protein Bars by Vicky Coates are something that you seriously want to make. They are gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and packed full of protein!

9. Salted Caramel Chocolate Slices

Salted Caramel Chocolate Slices

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The combination of a chewy oat-banana base, gooey salted caramel filling, and chocolate-avocado mousse on top of these Salted Caramel Chocolate Slices by Kirsten Kaminski is simply amazing! Also, since you keep them in the freezer, you can store them for a long time, if you can resist snacking on them!

10. Salted Coconut Pecan Bars

Salted Coconut Pecan Bars

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A crunchy, gooey, salty, sweet bar with a buttery crust. These Salted Coconut Pecan Bars by Lisa Lotts are awesome to bring to your next holiday party, or just as a treat to yourself. You earned it.

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