Amazing Blueberry treats. No baking, only 4 ingredients!

Blueberry desserts are some of my favorites. I like the taste but I also like the health benefits of eating blueberries. I also like simple which is why this recipe is perfect. You will not believe you made these blueberry bliss bars using only 4 ingredients and no baking? Eating healthy can be fun, fast and super tasty!

You can be eating the delicious blueberry bars in about 5 minutes from now! So why not get started.

Blueberry Bliss Bars Recipe



2 cups coconut cream

2 cups fresh organic blueberries (frozen, thawed might work too)

1/4 cup pure maple syrup

2 tsp ground vanilla beans

Combine all ingredients in a food processor until the mixture is smooth.

Line an 8×8 pan with parchment paper, leaving enough room for some paper to stick out the sides.

Dump the mixture into the pan and spread it out evenly. The mixture is very thick and you may need to wet a spatula to help spread it evenly.

Once the mixture is in the pan. Gently press down using the extra sides of parchment paper.

Stick the pan in the fridge to firm up. This should only take about 15-20 minutes.

Once the mixture is firm, lift the whole thing out by the edges of parchment paper.

Cut into squares.

Source: Eat Local Grown Photo Source: Jana Reifegerste

14 thoughts on “Amazing Blueberry treats. No baking, only 4 ingredients!”

  1. I believe it must be missing a step or two, if you blended all ingredients together and put in to a pan& refrigerate, it will not layer or separate blueberries to the top?? And have a drizzled topping.

  2. Vegan addict – when the public ask a real honest question, why can’t you just answer the question instead of deleting our questions? I’m not trying to be rude, the recipe/picture postings are confusing . Multiple people on this site have asked why the picture doesn’t match the recipe.

  3. I deleted it because there were replies that had completely wrong information. I’m on the phone. My options for talking to you right now are limited. Ive been driving all day taking my mother to UAB for her cancer treatment. I really love and appreciate all of the subscribers and visitors to my page. At the same time my world doesn’t revolve around answering your questions. When I get time and am free I will send you a private message. In the mean time please try to understand I’m one person handling much more important things in my life than this Facebook page.

  4. I think you misunderstand my point. Which isn’t the speed at which you respond, but the fact that if someone asks a valid question about your page/recipes instead of responding, you delete the question. It’s really not a big deal ….. just strange. Me and the other poster were just pointing out a flaw that could cause you issues and that with work could make your site better. But don’t worry about it – and I hope your mother feels better.

  5. I told you why. There were comments made that didn’t need to be there. All I could so from my phone was delete all of them. So everything got deleted. Even the person who said the tried the recipe last time I posted it and loved it. There is no vast conspiracy here.

  6. Rachel Blizzard unfortunately facebook will not allow me to message you as a page. You can click the message me button on this page and send me a message and I will be more than happy to reply and explain how things work now that I am back home and able to do so.

  7. The picture up top was taken by me and has zero to do with your recipe. The photo has a creative commons license, so it’s fine that you’re using it, but it’s very misleading as the product of your recipe will likely look nothing like that photo.

    1. Hi Jana – looking at this now, I agree. There are actually a few like this that I’m replacing from scratch. Thanks for taking the time to point this out.

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