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Peanut Butter Slice

BLOW YOUR MIND PEANUT BUTTER SLICE

(PRIMAL. GLUTEN FREE. DAIRY FREE)

Is it wrong to eat a whole slab of PB slice in one go? Asking for a friend. Obviously.

I’m not going to lie to you, if you are trying to lay off the treats right now this recipe is NOT for you. This gear is good. I mean mind-blowingly good. You won’t just eat one piece. I’d be impressed if you could eat less than 5 squares in a sitting. If I can give you a hot tip, which I can because it’s my blog, hide the finished product from yourself in the freezer. Behind the liver. Oh, you don’t have liver in your freezer? You should. That stuff has superpowers. Anyway, hide it, or you’ll see it when you open the fridge. Every time. And you’ll eat some. Every time. Then it will be gone in 12hrs. So I hear. My ‘friend’ told me.

Base

1/2 cup almonds (or nut/seed of your choice)

1/2 tsp cinnamon

15 fresh dates, seeds removed

Blend in a food processor until it comes together like a dough. Remove and press into a baking-paper lined tray. Set aside.

Filling

1/2 cup natural coconut milk yoghurt (or full fat coconut cream)

1/2 cup 100% peanut butter (or other type of nut/seed butter)

1/4 cup collagen hydrolysate (optional but amazing for skin, hair, nails & gut health)

Pinch salt

Mix all ingredients together well then pour over the base. Pop it in the freezer while you make the topping.

Topping

1/2 cup coconut oil, melted (you could use ghee, cacao butter or butter instead)

2 tbs raw cacao

1/4 cup rice malt syrup/honey/coconut nectar

Mix all ingredients until smooth, pour over the slice and pop back in the freezer for 2 hrs to set. Slice. Devour. Try to stop at one piece. That’s a dare.

~ Shan x

My Food Religion (run by Shan) is a blog about making healthy meals that taste delicious! Healthy does NOT have to equal bland. I love to cook nutritious, wholesome food that is preservative, additive and artificial everything free. I prefer to use ingredients that are as close to their natural state as possible and have been through minimal processing.

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