What did I want to create with this?
I am not sure, maybe a rich chocolaty fudgy bar that’s is full of good stuff and satisfies those chocolate cravings… Maybe.
If that’s what it was, then I got it right.
I actually wasn’t a fan when I first tried the bars, I am not sure why, but all my colleagues loved them, so I thought Id share them.
If you do make them and if you do like them. Please share a photo and tag me on Instagram, Id loooove to see your creations.
Chocolate Fudge Nut Bars
Place the first four ingredients into a food processor and process until well combined. Press half of the mixture into the bottom of a loaf tin lined with parchment paper.
Place hazelnuts on top, pushing them in a bit. Refrigerate
Now make the caramel by placing the tahini peanut butter and maple syrup into a pan and keep heating on a medium temperature and stirring until it starts thickening and getting crumbly.
Take half of the caramel and mix with the other half of the nut and date mix. Spread on top of the hazelnut layer. Refrigerate
Now stir the cacao into the other half of the caramel and spread again on top of the last layer. Refrigerate
Pour the melted chocolate on top and freeze until set.
So its nearly Christmas and while I am writing this my mulled wine is slowly heating up on the stove.Youd think Id be sharing a lovely Christmassy treat with you now but I am not. I have been so busy with all sorts of things including getting my kitchen fixed up that I havent created anything Christmassy! How terrible is that?
I know I know really terrible. And you know what Ill try my best but I cannot guarantee anything will come out of my kitchen before next weekend, because tomorrow I am off for my Christmas party and then off to Paris for two days. My kitchen is still under construction….but as I said Ill try my best.
SO for now youll have to make do with these absolutely delicious Pecan Tahini caramel bars.
I really hope you like them and if you remake them, please tag me on IG. I would looove that.
Pecan Tahini Fudge Slices
For the nut layer process the first 3 ingredients in a food processor until crumbly and sticky
Layer the 100g pecans on top and refigerate
Now make the fudge by placing the last three ingredients in a pot and heat gently stirring all te time until the mixture gets well combined and sticky and slowly starts to crumble and separate.
Take of the heat and drain off the excess oil (btw I use that oil which is now sweet to fry pancakes). Make sure you to cool down the mixture and give it a good squeeze to drain all the oil out of it.
Spread on the nut mixture and refrigerate until set.
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