Prepare a medium-sized square cake pan (about 8x8 inches), a mixing bowl, a cutting board, and a small bowl for microwaving the chocolate.
Combine the peanut butter, flaxseed, and half of the maple syrup in the mixing bowl. Mix well until it forms a clay-like dough. Knead by hand on the cutting board until the consistency is even. Transfer the peanut butter dough to the cake pan and press it into the bottom to form a layer of even thickness. Place the cutting board on top of the pan and carefully turn them both upside down, to transfer the peanut butter layer back onto the cutting board.
Wipe the mixing bowl clean if any residue is left in it.
Combine the coconut flour, coconut cream, and the remainder of the maple syrup in the mixing bowl. Stir well until consistency is uniform.
Use a spatula, spoon, or scraper to carefully spread the coconut mixture evenly on top of the peanut butter layer. Don’t press too hard, or you may distort the peanut butter layer. You want both of these layers to be the same shape as the cake pan.
Break apart the chocolate bars into squares, and place half a bar’s worth of squares in the small bowl. Microwave on high for 45 seconds. Check on the chocolate and give it a stir. If it doesn’t melt within a few seconds of stirring, microwave for 15 more seconds, check, and stir again. Repeat until the chocolate is just melted. Pour the chocolate into the cake pan, using a silicone scraper to transfer as much as possible.
Repeat this process with the rest of the chocolate to form an even layer of chocolate in the bottom of the pan.
Use two spatulas (and the help of another person, if able) to transfer the combined peanut butter and coconut layers onto the chocolate layer. It may also help to use a sheet of parchment as a transfer aid. Be careful not to put too much pressure on the melted chocolate, as it might cause the layer to be uneven in the end. The added layers should fit snugly into the cake pan.
Carefully spread the jam evenly on top of the coconut layer.
Place cake pan in the freezer for at least 30 minutes. At this point you can cut and serve the bars or continue to store them until you plan to serve.