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Crisp Toffee Bites

Toffee Crisp Bites

The Toffee Crisp should go down in the annals of 80s confectionary history. They’re right up there as an iconic 80s sweet snack. These weren’t particularly a favourite of mine but they were my Mums. I promised my mum I’d make a healthier, refined Sugarfree recreation of her time old favourite.

Here it is, a gorgeous refined sugar, vegan dairy & gluten free treat that’s made with whole food ingredients and topped with a heavenly nutty sauce (because it’s always nice to add your own little something, something, right?)

I made these guys with puffed brown rice for added health benefits. The sugar free fudgy chocolate mixture is made with cacao powder, dates, tahini, coconut oil, vanilla & pinch of salt. I mixed the lot together and loosened it with splash of almond milk.

Mix in the puffed brown rice & separate in to little bite sized portions and pop in the fridge for 1hr.

These are topped with a tahini & nut sauce that’s super quick & easy to make. Tahini, peanut butter, pinch of salt, coconut milk. A ‘tahini’ tiny bit goes a long way...

Deffo worth making these up as a healthier alternative and as

well as tasting great they have lots of health properties too. Tahini contains protein, vitamin B and E. Cacao is rich in antioxidants & magnesium. Dates are rich in fibre, potassium and vit B6.

Toffee Crisp Balls

  • Ingredients

  • Crisp Toffee Bites:

  • 3 cups puffed brown rice

  • 10 dates soaked in warm water

  • 2 tbsp tahini

  • 2 tbsp cacao

  • 1 tbsp coconut oil melted

  • 1 tbsp vanilla

  • Pinch salt

  • Nutty topping:

  • 1 tbsp nut butter

  • 1 tsp tahini

  • 1/4 coconut milk

  • Pinch salt

  • Splash plant milk to loosen


  • 1. Drain the dates and add them to a processor along with the melted coconut oil, tahini, cacao, vanilla and pinch of salt. Whizz until a smooth paste forms. If needed add in a splash of the date water - sparingly! This should be a smooth paste not too runny...

  • 2 Add the puffed rice to a mixing bowl and pour in the toffee mixture. Combine with a wooden spoon.

  • 3. Separate in to bite sized portions and leave on a tray in the fridge for an hour to set.

  • 4. While they’re setting add the nutty tipping ingredients to a processor and whizz together until well combined and it’s a loose, slightly runny mixture. When you have the desired consistency, set to one side.

  • 5. When the crisp toffee bites are set, add the nutty sauce and enjoy.

If you like this recipe then take a look at the rest of my website for more healthy food ideas with no added sugar, along with help and advice on living a low or no sugar lifestyle.

You can find out more about the benefits of cutting out excess sugar from your diet hey watching my video below or reading my blog here.

And if you would like to experience all of the benefits of a sugar detox you can sign up to my 21 Day Sugar Detox here.


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