Here's a great vegan-friendly recipe from the lovely Eva, who runs the blog called CaptainBobcat:
We all know, just how bad refined sugar is for us. If you ever tried to cut down on your sugar intake, you know how hard it can be. Low-sugar and “sugar-free” substitutes are not healthy either (and they taste terrible).
Dried fruits are great to satisfy your sugar craving. They are full of fibre, and antioxidants (especially figs and prunes), and they taste divine. However, it’s easy to overeat them and they contain the same (naturally occurring) sugar as the fresh fruit itself, but concentrated. Use them as a natural sweetener.
These raw mini energy bars also contain nuts and puffed brown rice, which make them more fulfilling and also healthier. I added some organic baobab powder for extra calcium, potassium and vitamin C.
They require no bake, it’s ridiculously easy to prepare them and even small kids will love it (my 3-year-old chief taster did so). They keep for a few days in the fridge (I think they are even nicer when chilled). This recipe will give you about 12-14 mini bars. Drizzling them with melted dark chocolate is optional (but it makes them look just heavenly).