I love me a good old snack and honestly, who doesn’t. As much as I like all the balls and bites I made over the last months the slacker in me sometimes loves a good old bar recipe. The perks of just cutting the portions out of a big chunk instead of forming all of them single-handedly.
A new year a new round of recipes. Most of these I develop with one person in mind – the best husband in the world and lover of all sweat treats I whip up. And when he asked for a new batch of bars I happily danced to the kitchen, slipt into my apron, got out the magic wooden spoon and well this was the result.
- 40g cocoa powder
- 30g carob powder
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- a pinch of salt
- 100g chopped hazelnuts
- 125g puffed quinoa
- 120g agave syrup
- 120g hazelnut butter
- 250g cocoa butter
- Melt the cocoa butter in a water bath
- In the meantime give all the dry ingredients into a large bowl and mix well
- Now add the agave syrup, hazelnut butter and cocoa butter and blend gently with a large spoon
- Use your hand now and knead the dough until everything is combined and well spread
- Line a big baking tray with some baking parchment and pour the dough into the form
- With your hands spread the dough and press slightly to the ground until you have a firm mass
- Chill for 30 min in the freezer or at least 60 min in the fridge
- Remove it from the baking tray and cut into the desired size. I get 24 bars out of this recipe
- Store in the fridge and use up within one week
The recipe is vegan, gluten-free, low in sugar and most probably gone in only one afternoon. But it’s a good thing when you eat them up fast as it’s a good opportunity to make another snack treat!
I am linking up with Laura again today! Let’s find out what kind of #strangebutgood recipes the other bloggers came up with 😀
Have a great Friday and a fabulous weekend!