I rarely ate the bars after the first month or so. But I did make myself treats. I am pretty sure I could do that again. I stopped even trying when I went primal because I sort of felt like I wanted to stop to faux foods and "attempts to be" and concentrate on eating real and fresh. I have not been super successful with making a primal breakfast bar. Although I did make a muesli/granola of sorts that was primal (all nuts and seeds) and used it to make bars that were pretty good but a lot of work.
I did find a blog in which she uses mostly stevia for her treats. I may have to give one or two of her things a try.
I used to like Little Debbie (reminds me of my home packed school lunches, mom always included one of those). The reality of those is that they are actually quite small by most standards-or they were. So at least it was a reasonable portion.
there is a 'sponge cake' that the Primal Junk Foodie has on her blog that I think could be primal. And I could easily make my homemade cream cheese into a very nice cream cheese frosting with a little whipped cream and a touch of stevia. May have to do this soon. although I don't usually have issues when I am at my parents home, so spring break is happening just in time.