Bakeless Tahini Fudge Squares

This is basically just a re-posting from (never home) maker, a blog that I recently became obsessed with.  I know I need to try out a recipe if I see it on a blog and can’t stop thinking about it days later. This is one of those recipes.

…oh yea, and I’m obsessed with no-cook desserts. You could probably tell from my Best Dessert Ever.

Tahini Fudge Squares by (Never Home) Maker

All you need:
Rolled oats
Walnuts
Shredded coconut
Tahihi
Coconut oil (I used Kelapo)
Chocolate chips
Maple Syrup
Vanilla

The recipe called to melt the chocolate oil and tahini together in the microwave. We don’t own a microwave, so I had to do it the old-fashioned way; a double boiler on the stove!

double boiler = 1 sauce pan with a couple of inches of boiling water & a glass bowl on top full of whatever you want to melt!

It only took a couple of minutes for this

to turn into this

to turn into this!

Then, you need to blend the dry ingredients together (I used a blender instead of the recommended food processor, and it worked out fine)

Add chocolate mixture to dry ingredients

mix by hand

press into lined baking pan

Then chill until firm.

They don’t look like much (at least when I take a picture of them!) but they are delicious!

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5 responses to “Bakeless Tahini Fudge Squares

  1. No wonder you couldn’t stop dreaming of this.. WOWZA! do they look good or what?! Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. that sure looks good to me!
    i love the name of your blog and you are really pretty 🙂

  3. i ate this today. (thanks for sharing lindy!!) freaking delicious!! my favorite ever!! i will even attempt to make this!!! this is my new favorite thing in the world!!!

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