Salted Tahini Caramels

Salted Tahini Caramels
Salted Tahini Caramels

You either like Tahini or hate it – to me it is like a peanut butter substitute – combine that with also being a sesame snap fan – I can’t help but to just love it.  Topped with some delicious sea salt, this is a small caramelly, salty treat you can have stashed away in the freezer for anytime… or all the time!

Ingredients:

1/2 cup Tahini

1/4 cup coconut flour

1/4 cup coconut nectar

1/8 Tsp. coarse sea salt

 

Method:

Combine together the tahini, coconut flour and coconut nectar in a medium bowl.

No food processors for this one just a good solid wooden spoon and a bit of elbow grease…  Whenever I actually get to mix something by hand I think of those muscles building in my arm and I think of my grandmothers solid muscular arms… hmmm… back in the days when there was no need to go to a gym for a work out… and that has me thinking…

So once well mixed…

Put the mixture into a small square dish (or plastic container) that is lined with baking paper… flatten and sprinkle with sea salt.

Last step – yep already there…

Freeze until firm – slice with a sharp knife when ready to consume…

Enjoy straight from the freezer – these last months in the freezer in an airtight container…

Another raw delicacy to add to your growing freezer collection….

Which reminds me to finish off that Chocolate – Mocha Cheesecake I have on the go…

Subs:

Substitute coconut nectar with any of the other raw sweetners you may have in your pantry – maple syrup – agave – etc…

Eat Well and Be Well

Ally x

Giving the credit where  it is due…

The lovely Amber Shea inspired the making of these little treats… thanking you…

 

 

 

 

 

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