Healthy Walnut Fig Krispy Treats with Dark Chocolate Ganache

This is yet another attempt of mine to recreate the classic rice krispy treats.  My plan with these was to make a sophisticated, yet healthy, no-bake treat (no marshmallows here!).  And may I just add that this was a successful attempt?  Everyone absolutely loved them  :)

My sister, who is strangely not a sugar addict like me (gasp!) , loved how these were mildly sweet (unlike my other tooth-achingly sweet recipes).

My father, who is abnormally not a chocolate fan, ate these with a smile and no complaints.

My mother, the normal one (aka, a fellow sweet tooth) gobbled one up in no time at all, and quickly reserved another treat for breakfast the next day.

I, the sugar fiend, topped mine off with a few more sliced figs and ate in bliss.

Healthy Walnut Fig Krispy Treats with Dark Chocolate Ganache

Naturally sweet from the figs and brown rice syrup.  Nutty from walnut butter and flaxseed meal.  Bittersweet from the dark chocolate.  Simply sophisticated, decadently rich and oh, so satisfying…

Healthy Walnut Fig Krispy Treats with Dark Chocolate Ganache

Healthy Walnut Fig Krispy Treats with Dark Chocolate (gluten free)

Yield: 9 krispy treats



  1. Line a brownie pan with parchment paper both ways, set aside.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, mix together the cereal, oats, flax and salt.
  3. In a large microwave-safe bowl, stir together the rice syrup, walnut butter, figs and stevia. Microwave at 30-second intervals, stirring in between each one, until mixture is runny/liquidy.
  4. Add the protein powder to the microwaved mixture, spoonful by spoonful, stirring between each one until incorporated.
  5. Scoop this mixture over the rice krispy mixture and fold until incorporated. Scoop this mixture into the brownie pan and flatten with the rubber spatula (or a pastry roller). Refrigerate while you make the chocolate ganache.
  6. In a clean microwave-safe bowl, chop up the chocolate and microwave at 30-second intervals, stirring between each one, until melted. Stir in the almond milk, one tablespoon at a time, then add the stevia. Spread over the krispy treats and refrigerate until slightly firm, then slice.


This recipe is: no bake, high fiber, high protein, gluten free!

Healthy Walnut Fig Krispy Treats with Dark Chocolate Ganache

Labels: Brown-Rice-Syrup, Chocolate, Figs, Flax, Gluten-Free, High-Fiber, High-Protein, Icings-Frostings-and-Spreads, Krispy-Treats, No-Bake, Oats, Protein-Powder, Rice-Krispies, Walnuts

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  2. Vanessa: January 14, 2014

    Mmmm this looks delicious. I love figs and chocolate together :)

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