Diabetic Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars Recipe
A diabetic-safe recipe for cookies we hope you enjoy!

Diabetic Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars Recipe

Diabetic Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars Recipe

There is never a bad time to have cookie bars, and your family will always find room for some. What's not to love about the delectable taste of chocolate, especially when mixed with nuts and vanilla? Cookie bars are a lot of fun to make and to eat, and chocolate chips make them even better. Baking cookie bars is a fun experience for the entire family to enjoy together.

Diabetics are always on the lookout for great-tasting recipes, and many people have someone in their life who's a diabetic. The good news is that diabetics and their family members never need to sacrifice taste for healthy eating. When you bake chocolate chip cookie bars that are specifically made as a diabetic recipe, you'll please the whole crowd during any occasion.

Chocolate chips in recipes date back to 1937, a fact that surprises many people. Chocolate chips are such a common feature in desserts that many assume they've always been in cookie recipes. Ruth Graves Wakefield at the Toll House Inn added some pieces of chocolate to some cookies she baked. These cookies became a quick success with a recipe still used today, and chocolate chunks became a staple in many other desserts. One thing you'll enjoy about eating chocolate is the fact that it has many health benefits, from being antioxidant-rich to possibly lowering the risk of heart disease.

These delicious cookie bars make fun everyday snacks, as well as treats for special occasions. Kids that visit over holidays will enjoy having these bars available. Nuts add a uniquely crunchy texture to these bars, as well as an extra punch of protein. This recipe also includes vanilla for a tastier flavor, uses real butter and tastes just right for your sweet tooth. 

Diabetic Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars Recipe

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Serves 24


1/3 c. semi-sweet chocolate chips
1 1/2 c. flour
3/4 c. water
1/3 c. butter
1 tsp. baking soda
6 pkgs. powdered sweetener or 4 tsp. liquid sweetener
1/4 c. chopped nuts
2 tsp. vanilla
1 egg


Mix vanilla, egg, butter and sweetener in a small mixing bowl. Beat the mixture for 1 1/2 minutes at a high speed. Spoon the flour into the measuring cup and make sure it is leveled off. Add the rest of the ingredients, except for the nuts and chocolate chips. Blend the ingredients well. Beat for 2 minutes on medium speed, ensuring that you scrape the bowl's sides. Stir in nuts and chocolate.

Use an 8-inch, square, ungreased baking dish and pour the batter in. Bake the mixture at 375 degrees for 20-22 minutes. Allow the mixture to cool before cutting into individual bars.