(DF, GF)

The only thing I can lay claim to here is the picture of the slice I made bu this is NOT a recipe that I made up so all credit goes to Well Nourished

I have to say it is an incredible, delicious, low sugar slice that upon sharing with friends and family had averyone asking me for the recipe so thankyou Georgia!


Base Layer​

  • 125 grams (½ cup) 100% pure peanut butter (no additives or sugar or salt)

  • 125 grams   (½ cup) hulled tahini (this is sesame paste) (I used Macro Organics)

  • 85 grams (¼ cup) rice malt syrup (I used organic maple syrup)

  • 100 grams   (½ cup) coconut oil (I used Nutra Organics)

  • 100 grams (1 cup) almond meal (I used Honest To Goodness)

  • Good pinch of sea salt

  • ½ cup raw almonds, toasted  **to toast, lay your almonds out on unbleached baking paper and pop in 150degree celsius over for 15-20mins (be careful not to burn!)  Make sure the almonds cool before adding them into your slice

Chocolate Cacao Layer

  • 200 grams (1 cup) coconut oil, softened

  • 2-4 tablespoons rice malt syrup (i used maple syrup)

  • 30 grams (¼ cup) cacao powder


  • Start with the base layer.

  • In a food processor, mix the peanut butter, tahini, sweetener, coconut oil, sea salt and almond meal until well combined (TMX 30 seconds, speed 4).

  • Press into a slice tin or the bottom of a tupperware container (approx 20cm x 30cm), lined with non bleached baking paper that is bigger that the base so it goes up the sides

  • Place the almonds on top and press gently into the filling. I keep them visible on the surface.

  • Pop into the freezer.

  • To make the chocolate cacao topping, mix the coconut oil, rice malt (or maple syrup) and cacao in a mixing bowl or your Thermomix (5 secs speed 4) until combined (only takes a minute). You may need to warm the mixture slightly by sitting the mixing bowl over a bowl of steaming hot water. 

  • Pour over the base layer and return to the freezer immediately, for 20-30 minutes to set.

  • Once set cut and store in the fridge or freezer.

  • Like any raw treats, these need to be kept refrigerated or frozen. 

Enjoy and share the love!


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