June 30th, 2016
Time to make another simple yet delicious dessert!
Today I realised I haven’t been posting sweet recipes in a little while, so I made sure to fix that. I wanted to come up with something all of you – or at least most, unless your are allergic to these ingredients – could make really quickly and be able eat.
I got inspired by this recipe, but as usual, I gave it twist. So here is how you make these tasty treats!
The best thing about this: you only need 5 ingredients. And no baking. It’s incredibly easy.
I used fruit syrup (but you could use agave or honey, if you wanted to), La Crema Vegetale by Valsoia (which is a vegan replacement for Nutella), smooth peanut butter, Lotus Biscoff – the crunchy kind – and vegetable butter (I use sunflower spread by “Pure”).
The first thing you want to do is to take some kind of “deep” tray and use Biscoff to create a crunchy layer at the bottom. This can be very thin.
Then go on and make a slightly thicker layer of chocolate on top.
Now, into a bowl, mix peanut butter and half the size of butter, together with your sweetening syrup. This will be the top layer, and the main paste for the treat, so feel free to prepare quite a bit as it needs to cover the whole tray and be thicker than the other two layers.
When you are done pouring it all, put it on the fridge until it hardens, or in the freezer, if like me, you can’t wait too long! I waited 1 hour and it was ready.
I cut it into squares and placed them on a dish. And voilà, the fudge is ready to be served.
This might not be the healthiest option out there, but it’s so easy and so delicious that if you want to prepare some when you have guests over, or if you are craving something deliciously sweet, you might want to give it a go.
I think these snacks are so so good, and when Felix got home today, he also had one and loved it – which says a lot, since he is not too much into desserts.
Anyway, hope you like the recipe!