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Clone of Sesame Snaps



24 portion(s)

My son loves the store bought Sesame Snaps (in the health food section)... When I come up with this healthier version (with the inspiration of a 1970's cookbook)... He told me that they were the best and heaps better than the store bought ones :-)

  • 175 g Nuts of choice ie almonds, macadamias, cashews etc
  • 50 g sesame seeds
  • 60 g honey
  • 60 g Raw Coconut Oil
  • 50 g Rapadura Sugar
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place the nuts into the bowl and chop on speed 6 for 2-3 seconds until 1/4 of original size but not fully ground, set aside

  2. Place the sesame seeds into bowl and toast on 100 degrees, reverse speed 3 for 3 minutes

  3. Add in all other ingredients, then mix on reverse speed 3 for 10 seconds

  4. Press into lined baking tray, using an extra piece of baking paper to press down nice and thinly (without the mixture sticking to your fingers)

  5. Bake in a pre-heated oven (180 degrees) for 20 - 25 minutes

  6. Cool in the tin for around 2-3 minutes, then cut into pieces (this is when your rolling pizza cutter comes in very handy to get the straight lines). Leave to cool completely in the tin before removing


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  • I just tried making these. I thought it sounded...

    Submitted by Lizardlover on 23. June 2018 - 18:01.

    I just tried making these. I thought it sounded wrong, but went for it anyway. I can only assume the temperature is meant to be 180F, as all I got out was a burnt mess.

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