I saw this recipe and knew immediately that I needed to make it. So here it is, with my adaptations…
120 g dates
240 g hazelnuts
40 g chocolate chips, melted
40 g cocoa
1/2 c maple syrup plus 2 tsp
1 t vanilla
1/4 t salt
20g cocoa powder
1/4 c maple syrup
120 g avocado
40 g hazelnuts
1 T maple syrup
pinch of salt
Pulse 240g (2c) hazelnuts in food processor until it’s finely ground, like a flour. Add dates, 1/2 c maple syrup (plus 2 tsp extra if dough seems dry), 40g (1/2 c) cocoa powder, melted chocolate chips, vanilla and salt (to taste). Process dough until it become sticky and thick.
Transfer dough into an 8 x 8 pan and spread out into an even layer. Cut into even pieces so it will be easy to layer with the icing.
Mix 40g (1/3 c) chopped hazelnuts with 1T maple syrup and a pinch of salt. Place in 300 degree oven until slightly toasted. Keep an eye on these, they will burn quickly once they are done. Set aside to cool while making icing.
To make the icing blend the avocado (1 medium) with 20g (1/4 c) cocoa powder and 1/4c maple syrup and 1/4 t vanilla. Blend until smooth.
Assemble the bites by spreading icing on bottom layer, adding the second bite, layering more icing and finally topping with the toasted hazelnuts.
mOMent: What’s your favorite nut? What’s your favorite nut-butter?
I found these treasures on my latest trip to San Diego. Now, I must figure out a way to replicate these at home…For now, I’ll just snack on these yummy treats…
mOMent: Ahhh…it’s so easy to enjoy the flavors of nourishment. What can you nourish yourself with today?
These delectable little treats were created by my hubster and I one fun day in the kitchen. I don’t know the exact ingredients, but if you’d like to know how we created them just email me and I’ll let you know. They were so fantastic!
mOMent: Yummy things come in small cups…
Yep..another ‘om of the day’ that isn’t quite so breakfasty… But how can I resist?!
This recipe was adapted from Isa’s Vegan Cookies book…I highly recommend it.
Yep, that is a delicious piece of peanut butter chocolate pie. It was like a GIANT peanut butter cup! I used this recipe. It has tofu and peanut butter so it is packed full of protein and will definitely fill you up…
1 C cooked oatmeal
1 piece of peanut butter chocolate pie
Directions: Mix and mash all ingredients together and enjoy!
mOMent: Have you ever seen a peanut bush? What did you think of it?
You guessed it, I crumbled this up and mixed it in 🙂 I adapted the recipe for these bars from Aarti (the Food Network). Her original recipe is here…I added pistachios and dark chocolate and eliminated the cardamom. YUM!
mOMent: This seems like a pretty easy thing to do today. But take a moment and remind yourself what you are THANKFUL for…
One of my favorite new discoveries is the peanut butter chocolate chip Larabar. I try to work one into my daily routine lately…just ‘cuz they are soooo yummy!
1 C cooked old-fashioned oats
1 peanut butter chocolate chip Larabar
1-3 t agave (if desired)
sprinkle of salt
Directions: Chop or break apart Larabar, mix with other ingredients in oatmeal and enjoy!
mOMent: Does the moon seem to change your moods? Do you notice different things at different parts of the month? Are you a believer in astrology? Tell me, I want to know…