Macadamia Choc Toffee

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So the success of my sesame snaps sent me off onto other creative tangents as to what else I could toffee snap using the same method and nearly the same ingredients.

I think I mentioned my oats/raisins disaster – probably for the best as I don’t eat oats and was just trying it for my fiancé. He gave it the resounding thumbs down, so we stick to the original sesame for him.

However I thought my all time favourite macadamia nuts might do the trick as they are buttery and delicious, especially when roasted and I wasn’t disappointed. (Drool, drool.)

These crafty little nuts have a truckload of nutrients and I won’t bore you with the detail however they also have the best Omega 3 to 6 ratio, so lots of ticks here in my view. Plus super yum as a bonus.

Combine that with my Chocolate Tweet super rich chocolate and now we’re getting a bit crazy.

So enough ramble, let’s get into it…

Macadamia Choc Toffee

Nutty toffee part…

1 cup raw macadamia nuts

2 TBS real butter

4 TBS rice malt syrup

pinch Himalayan rock salt

How you do it…

Preheat oven to 200C (400F)

Chop nuts finely.

Melt butter & syrup in a pan over medium heat until simmering.

Add nuts and mix through.

Line tin with the correct baking paper** (disaster awaits if you get this wrong, see below)

Spoon out mixture around the tray, giving room to spread.

Check at 10 min mark to see that all is bubbling nicely.

Continue for another 2mins or so until golden brown.

Remove from oven and allow to cool completely.

Chocolate Tweet part..

¼ cup coconut oil

1 inch x 1 inch square of cacao butter

1 TBS raw cacao powder

2 TBS organic maple syrup

1 TBS tahini

1 TBS Peanut Butter

pinch of Himalayan rock salt

How you do it…

Melt cacao butter and coconut oil on very low heat or in a double boiler if you have a gas stove.

Take off heat and mix in the rest of the ingredients.

Then pour over the toffee part and chill in the fridge.

When set, break into pieces and drool as you eat them!

Store in the fridge – as the chocolate melts easily, take out only when serving or gobbling them down yourself.

**(see sesame snaps recipe for explanation of this.)

Now in pictures!

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Melting and simmering in the pan.

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Spread out on the right baking paper.

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A nice golden brown out of the oven.

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Pour the chocolate tweet mix on top.

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Leave in the fridge to set.

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Snap into pieces and enjoy!

So many yummy additions to your weight loss eating plan, so little time…

Despite my predominance of amazingly tasty sweet treat recipes, I do eat normal food like salads and vege bowls too, I just eat these treats every day too – and love it!!!

Happy easy cooking!

 

Kristy xxx

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10 thoughts on “Macadamia Choc Toffee

    1. slimbirdy

      Hi Janine, yes indeedie, it’s pretty yum. What I love though is how easy it is. Especially for Slim Birdy peeps who know how to make their chocolate now with their eyes closed. Great to hear from you. I hope all is well with you.

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      1. janine

        Can’t wait to give it a try this weekend!!.. Its a great feeling having food and calories not rule my life anymore.. :) Makes life so much more enjoyable and I find I’m eating so much more healthy food thanks to your ebook…

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        1. slimbirdy

          Thank you! How wonderful. I’m so pleased it’s working for you. I agree with the enjoying life more part – to me it feels easy breezy rather than fighting every minute of the day to try unsuccessfully to keep the eating under control. Welcome to bliss!

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  1. janine

    Oh boy…. I so completely stuffed up your recipe…miss read the real butter for peanut butter ????? how I did that is anybodies guess…. and to top it off I burnt it!!!!!!!!!
    I’m not giving up however and will have another go tomorrow….lol P.S don’t tell my husband hahaha

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    1. slimbirdy

      Peanut butter in it may be the next taste sensation! I’m going to try it. Yes very easy to burn – the toffee, nut combo has to be watched with an eagle eye. Promise I won’t tell! Ha ha.

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