Place in one bowl:
Mix well with a fork and set aside for 5 minutes.
In a big bowl:
Making almond milk at home is a wonderful thing. But what am I supposed to do with all the almond pulp that is sitting in my freezer? Does peanut butter and chocolate almond bars sound good to your ears? I have made so many of these. I always have them in my freezer ready to eat. They are so delicious. Perfect for a healthy breakfast snack. Don't throw away your almond pulp. Give these a try. You will love them.
1). Mix all the dry ingredients in the bowl. Add the honey and flax mixture and the peanut butter. Mix well and transfer to a 10 X 15 cookie sheet tray lined with parchment paper. (The 18X26 is a little too big. So you can use only ¾ size of it)
2). With wet hands (or wet rolling pin) press the mixture evenly and bake for 28-32 min. Until golden.
3). Take out, let cool for at least one hour!
4). Cut into bars with a sharp wet knife and drizzle with melted chocolate chips. Freeze the whole tray, and after 2 hours put in a box or Ziploc bag. Keep in the freezer. No need to warm up. It’s perfect after 2 minutes.