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Homemade Larabars! http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/chocolate-covered-recipes/fudge-baby-mania/

Homemade Larabars:

Fudge Babies:

(Fudge Babies are simply homemade Larabars that have been rolled into balls. You can easily turn any of the below fudge baby flavors into homemade Larabars by shaping into bar form.)

Nutrition Information for the Homemade Larabar Recipes:

The homemade larabar nutritional info is based upon the girl-scout cookie larabars; however I think all the flavors are probably pretty similar. Each Larabar-sized bar (45 grams) will have around 175 calories, 8 grams healthy fat, 2 grams protein, 25 grams carbs, 5 grams fiber, and zero grams of added sugar.

Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 

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    1. Shannon says:

      I just whipped up my first batch of fudge babies…I AM AN ADDICT. I popped two IMMEDIATELY, and I may have to sneak in another after dinner…they taste EXACTLY. LIKE. FUDGE. I’m still in awe. These babies are pure genius (and pure deliciousness)!

      1. hehehe good luck trying to STOP eating them now ;).

      2. hehehe good luck trying to STOP eating them now ;).

    2. Shannon says:

      I just whipped up my first batch of fudge babies…I AM AN ADDICT. I popped two IMMEDIATELY, and I may have to sneak in another after dinner…they taste EXACTLY. LIKE. FUDGE. I’m still in awe. These babies are pure genius (and pure deliciousness)!

  1. Tanya says:

    I did it! I finally made Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Babies!! Outside of my silly mistake about the wrong dates (that’s all the store had!), they were absolutely delicious!! Thanks Katie! I blogged about them and sent everyone here for your great recipe!

    1. Annette says:

      Please send me your recipe
      Thanks a lot

    2. Annette says:

      Please send me your recipe
      Thanks a lot

    3. Katelyn says:

      What type of dates did you use? I have not made these yet, but want to. I have chopped pitted dates. I think they are dried and am not sure if they will work. Also, I don’t have a blender or food processor…

      1. Kaelyn says:

        If they are pitted, once you take out the seed, you get VERY hot (not quite boiling unless you just want to) and put it in a bowl and soak them for about 8-10 minutes and it works very well 😉 Not sure if they will work without a blender/processor though 🙁 sorry

      2. Kaelyn says:

        If they are pitted, once you take out the seed, you get VERY hot (not quite boiling unless you just want to) and put it in a bowl and soak them for about 8-10 minutes and it works very well 😉 Not sure if they will work without a blender/processor though 🙁 sorry

    4. Katelyn says:

      What type of dates did you use? I have not made these yet, but want to. I have chopped pitted dates. I think they are dried and am not sure if they will work. Also, I don’t have a blender or food processor…

  2. Tanya says:

    I did it! I finally made Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Babies!! Outside of my silly mistake about the wrong dates (that’s all the store had!), they were absolutely delicious!! Thanks Katie! I blogged about them and sent everyone here for your great recipe!

  3. LK Sisters says:

    Is it possible to make one of your dessert “babies” (fudge, pb, pumpkin, etc) nut-free? What would happen if the nuts were omitted? Would you just leave them out, or would you replace them with something else?

    1. Melissa says:

      I’ve made nut free ones with coconut. I’ve also done oats rather than nuts. 🙂 They are slightly stickier (I like this, as I freeze mine and they get all chewy and caramelish) and a bit harder to roll but tasty!

      1. Mmmmm coconut! If you ever get a chance, make the pb babies with coconut butter in place of the pb. That’s one of my favorite versions. Maybe because coconut is involved?? 🙂

        1. Kristi says:

          I just made the original fudge babies using raw sunflower seeds, instead of nuts, I had to add about 1/2 tsp of coconut oil and they came out great!

        2. Kristi says:

          I just made the original fudge babies using raw sunflower seeds, instead of nuts, I had to add about 1/2 tsp of coconut oil and they came out great!

      2. Mmmmm coconut! If you ever get a chance, make the pb babies with coconut butter in place of the pb. That’s one of my favorite versions. Maybe because coconut is involved?? 🙂

    2. Melissa says:

      I’ve made nut free ones with coconut. I’ve also done oats rather than nuts. 🙂 They are slightly stickier (I like this, as I freeze mine and they get all chewy and caramelish) and a bit harder to roll but tasty!

  4. LK Sisters says:

    Is it possible to make one of your dessert “babies” (fudge, pb, pumpkin, etc) nut-free? What would happen if the nuts were omitted? Would you just leave them out, or would you replace them with something else?

  5. Leah says:

    I just made Kentucky Derby Pie babies! Derby pie is a pecan or walnut pie with bourbon and chocolate chips–so I made babies with 80g dates, 30g pecans, about 15g vegan semisweet chocolate chips and a splash of bourbon vanilla extract. Yum. Highly recommneded.

  6. Leah says:

    I just made Kentucky Derby Pie babies! Derby pie is a pecan or walnut pie with bourbon and chocolate chips–so I made babies with 80g dates, 30g pecans, about 15g vegan semisweet chocolate chips and a splash of bourbon vanilla extract. Yum. Highly recommneded.

  7. emily says:

    the mounds bar baby sounds delicious!
    emily

  8. emily says:

    the mounds bar baby sounds delicious!
    emily

  9. Heather says:

    the choco chip cookie dough babies sound so yummy! id love to make some =)

  10. Heather says:

    the choco chip cookie dough babies sound so yummy! id love to make some =)

  11. molly b says:

    I would love to make snickerdoodle fudge babies the most, but really I want to try ALL of them!

    1. Trajayjay says:

      Cinnamon

    2. Trajayjay says:

      Cinnamon

  12. molly b says:

    I would love to make snickerdoodle fudge babies the most, but really I want to try ALL of them!

  13. Keegan says:

    You can’t go wrong with Peanut Butter Cups! The first non-fudge baby would be some kabocha ice cream HEAB style!!

  14. Keegan says:

    You can’t go wrong with Peanut Butter Cups! The first non-fudge baby would be some kabocha ice cream HEAB style!!

  15. Tammy says:

    the chocolate fudge babies sound the best! I would love to have the Vitamix for green smoothies and banana soft serve (choosing raw website)…thanks for the opportunity!

  16. Tammy says:

    the chocolate fudge babies sound the best! I would love to have the Vitamix for green smoothies and banana soft serve (choosing raw website)…thanks for the opportunity!

  17. Jessie says:

    The first thing I would make with the Vitamix would either be smoothies or soup! I love butternut squash soup….mmm

  18. Jessie says:

    The first thing I would make with the Vitamix would either be smoothies or soup! I love butternut squash soup….mmm

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