• David Hall

Homemade Snicker Bars

Yes - tastes just like a Snicker bar. Only better. All natural ingredients too. Impossible? Try it and see! All credit goes to nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert for this.

Ingredients - makes around 16 - 24 bars

For the base

75g peanuts

75g pecan nuts

100g oats

3 tbsp coconut oil

75ml maple syrup or honey

Pinch of salt

For the caramel

500g pitted dates

100ml water

3 tbsp smooth peanut butter

Pinch of salt (unless you are using salted peanuts)

75g peanut halves

200g dark chocolate

1 - Line a small brownie tin with baking paper.

2 - Pulse the peanuts, pecans and oats in a food processor until they forma flour.

3 - Put the coconut oil and maple syrup/honey into a pan. Heat gently until the coconut oil melts. Stir in the nut and oat flour until it forms a sticky ball then press evenly into the brownie tin. Place in the freezer for 15 minutes.

4 - For the peanut caramel, place the dates, water and peanut butter into a food processor. Blend until smooth. Stir in the halved peanuts.

5 - Remove the base from the freezer and press the mixture in top evenly. Put back into the freezer for an hour.

6 - Melt the chocolate in a microwaveable bowl or bain marie. Remove the mixture from the freezer and cut into bars of your size. Using a couple of cocktail sticks, dip into the chocolate and then allow to set on a wire rack.

7 - Eat immediately or place in a sealable container in the fridge where they will last for 3-4 days. Or freeze and remove when you want one.

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