Grain Free Blueberry Lemon Bars. (Gluten/Dairy/Egg Free)


THIS.recipe. This one is what inspired me to write an entire e-book of breakfast recipes.

Why?  Well you see these bars are made with coconut flour and have NO EGGS. And they taste incredible.  Let me repeat that.

Coconut Flour + Egg Free = Delicious. 

Say whattt? I didn't think that combo was possible. It took me 3 years of  constant baking to figure out a magical selection of ingredients to make it happen.

So.. I got on a roll and wrote an entire e-book of grain free simple and crazy yummy recipes most of which are free of eggs.  Plus of course I left out dairy, sugar and so many other common offenders.

You can check out the whole recipe list HERE. (Also, as a bonus when you purchase the E-book you also automatically become a Club Angell member. Which has  a laundry list of perks on its own such as coupons, forums and weekly bonus recipes!)

To give you guys a sneak peek I decided to share this amazing little recipe for these blueberry lemon bars on one of my dearest friends blog:  The Spunky CoconutHeard of it? I'm sure many of you have, if not..considered yourself introduced.

Go get the recipe & spend some time on Kelly's Blog. You will be blown away.

 Grab your copy of the Easy Breakfast Recipes E-book here.


Brittany Angell

11 comments | Leave your own

  1. Sarah M.

    Can you tell me if any of these recipes contain nuts (other than coconut)?

  2. Brianne

    These are delicious. I added lemon zest to the batter and added a streusel topping with a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg (and more lemon zest)… Amazing!!! I had to swipe 2 pieces from the pan that I’m bringing to a lunch date today. :)

  3. Camala Fowler

    Can you tell me, if I leave out sugar entirely would that completely change the texture?

  4. Mary MCGonagle

    I’m now a member. I would like to see the recipe for the lemon blueberry bars. How do I get to it?

  5. Wendy Arredondo

    I’m trying to get Grain Free Blueberry Lemon Bars. (Gluten/Dairy/Egg Free). I’m a club angel member and I can’t get to it. What am I doing wrong? Please help :-)

  6. Elizabeth

    I’m signed up but can’t seem to get this recipe…help please! It looks delicious!:)

  7. Stacey

    These are so good!!! I added the zest of one lemon and a few more blueberries, and these turned out great! Thanks for being awesome Brittany!

  8. Tamara

    I tried to make the coconut flour version of these but they didn’t really turn out. 2 things I think I may have done wrong…in the measurement portion of the recipe it says “1 TBSP Baking Powder” but in the instructions it says “baking soda”. So I guessed and used baking powder but I’m not sure if that’s right. Also, I substituted the sugar with coconut sugar. I don’t know if that was a great idea. It came out quite dense, brown and didn’t cook properly in the middle. Do you have any suggestions on what I could do better next time?

    Also, in the almond flour version it says “1/2 Cup *Granulated Sugar (see substitution notes below)” but I can’t see any notes.

    Thank you! :)

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