Monday, 24 August 2015

Dairy Free Peanut Butter Slab.

I've been craving flapjacks and brownies recently, knowing I can't eat either I took it upon myself to create my own version. I took a little inspiration form Jess from Jess Beautician on YouTube, who's recipes I'm obsessed with and gathered my ingredients together. This is a super easy recipe and the best part is, it involves zero baking.

For the base you will need:

1 cup Crunchy Peanut Butter
1/2 Cup Caster Sugar
4 Madjool Dates
1 Tbs Honey (or Vegan alternative)

And for the topping:

100g 80% Dark Chocolate Buttons
1 Tbs Honey (again, you can use and alternative)
Peanut Butter to decorate

I whizzed all the base ingredients together in a blender then emptied out into a tray that had been pre-lined with baking paper. I then pressed down and made sure the mixture was packed as tight as possible and popped it to one side. 

Then melt your chocolate and drizzle over the base. I didn't want a thick coating of chocolate, but there is no reason why you can't be more generous. I then decorated with peanut butter and swirled it out using the tip of my knife. Then pop it in the fridge for at least 2 hours and enjoy!

This is such a yummy snack when I'm craving something sweet. I could have probably got away with using no caster sugar, but I have a huge sweet tooth - maybe next time.

Katie xx


  1. These look SO tasty! Definitely going to try these out soon x

    ellie etc | a personal style & lifestyle blog

  2. Yum! These look SO good <3

  3. Do you think these would work as well with almond butter? I always love the look of things like this but I hate peanuts! xx

    1. I'm not sure, almond butter tends to be more watery I feel. Maybe if you combined something else with it? Maybe some desiccated coconut? xx

  4. These sounds super delicious!! I'll be surprised if that would be any left after making this batch :) xx

  5. I'm not an PB fan myself but I can tell my boyfriend would LOVE these!Xx

    Lucy Cole | A UK Fashion, Lifestyle and Beauty Blog

  6. Great post!
    xoxo Antonella


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