Strawberry Choc Chew sweetened with Rice Syrup

My Strawberry Choc Chew
My Strawberry Choc Chew

 

 

 

 

 

 

Making peace with yourself requires treats you can enjoy, these are chewy, chocolaty and strawberry awesomeness. I didn’t measure at all, I looked at the dish I would set this in and used my gut feeling.

The base:
Gluten free organic oats — blitzed in a food processor to a fine texture
Brazil nuts organic and macadamia nuts add to the processor and blitzed
Cinnamon about a low teaspoon
Vanilla extract liquid a lot
Raw Cacao powder 3 good tablespoons
Mineral salt a pinch
Blitz all this together then add rice syrup and liquefied coconut oil, pause till a ball forms or little balls form. If not add more liquids. Line a dish and push the base mixture into it. Have a little taste and see if you need to add anything. Once in the fridge this will become more chocolaty.

I left mine for an hour.

Strawberry Choc IcingMelt Cacao fat
Add a little pinch of mineral salt
Vanilla a lot
1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
add raw cacoa powder
Cashew butter
Stir the mix and taste
Add rice syrup if you need too for your taste – Poor on to your base – Pop back into the fridge. After 15 minutes, take your chew out and sprinkle bluckwheat goats and freeze dried strawberry powder.

Then pop back into the fridge to harden in about 20 to 30 minutes. Then Enjoy…:-)

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Raw Chocolate Strawberries

My Raw Chocolate Strawberries
My Raw Chocolate Strawberries

This weekend at the Farmers market there was new season asparagus and strawberries, it was amazing to see some new season fruit and vegetables in on the stalls.  Especially as I had  stopped by my favourite cafe on the way to the farmers market  and there was a queue outside the door which meant I needed to take away food and drinks if I wanted anything to eat.

 

Saturday's Farmers Market
Saturday’s Farmers Market