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  • Traybakes

A simple, yet delicious traybake, which is easy to make. These triangular biscuits are topped with a sweet hazelnut topping and then dipped in chocolate.

3 people made this

IngredientsServes: 16

  • For the Biscuit
  • 300g plain flour
  • 1 level teaspoon baking powder
  • 130g caster sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 130g butter
  • For the Topping
  • 1 jar apricot jam
  • 200g butter
  • 4 tablespoons water
  • 200g caster sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla sugar
  • 400g hazelnuts, ground
  • To Decorate
  • chocolate cake covering, melted

MethodPrep:30min ›Cook:20min ›Extra time:30min chilling › Ready in:1hr20min

  1. Work flour, baking powder, sugar, vanilla sugar, eggs and butter into a smooth dough. Wrap and chill for 30 minutes.
  2. Roll dough out on a lightly floured surface and place on a baking tray lined with baking parchment. Brush with apricot jam.
  3. Slowly heat butter, water, sugar and vanilla sugar in a saucepan and stir in the ground hazelnuts. Allow the mixture to cool slightly and spread on the apricot jam.
  4. Preheat oven to 200 C / Gas 6 and bake for about 20-30 minutes.
  5. Cut the into small squares and then cut them again diagonally. Dip the triangles into the chocolate covering.

Chocolate cake covering

Can be substituted for eating chocolate, however, the finish will not be the same.

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This Date Nut Bar is just that—the kind of thing you could eat with a hot cup of tea to restore your strength. The slices and meals given to us in the crazy days after giving birth to our four babies are etched in my memory. They bought strength to my sleep-deprived body, nourishing me as I recovered from labour and endlessly breastfed. I realise grief is different, but it is just as exhausting.

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Date Biscuit Nut Bars

Date Biscuit Nut Bars are healthy, satisfying and SO delicious! This recipe is my mom’s and you are going to absolutely appreciate it as much as I do! When I arrived in Michigan to visit her, she had this tray waiting for me with a cup of coffee and all I can ever remember is how much that warmed my heart.

Combined biscuits with dates topped them with honey nested roasted nuts and coconut flakes! Pairs perfectly with coffee ☕️

My mom is amazing when it comes to creativity and food! That’s one thing I am thankful I inherited from her among many others. We both have a talent for knowing what ingredients coalesce to enliven the palette. Also, I really enjoy taking things I’ve learned from my mom and adding my own unique touch. So with these bars, you can change up the types of nuts you use or sprinkle something other than coconut!


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Recipe Summary

  • ⅓ cup chopped almonds
  • ⅓ cup chopped pecans
  • ½ cup honey
  • ¾ cup Medjool dates, pitted
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 2 ½ cups regular rolled oats
  • ½ cup dried cranberries
  • ½ cup chopped dried apples

Preheat oven to 325°. Spread nuts on a rimmed baking sheet and bake until light golden, 10 to 12 minutes.

Warm honey in a microwave until the consistency of thin syrup. In a food processor, pulse honey, dates, cinnamon, and oats until oats are coarsely chopped.

Scrape oat mixture into a medium bowl. Break up any clumps of dates and, if needed, chop any large date chunks. Stir in nuts, cranberries, and apples. Squeeze mixture into a ball. Line baking sheet with foil and oil foil. Using damp hands, firmly pat mixture onto foil into a compact 6- by 12-in. rectangle.

Freeze until rectangle is firm enough to cut, about 20 minutes. Lift rectangle from foil to a work surface and cut into 16 bars. Wrap bars individually. They get moister and chewier after standing at least a day.

Make ahead: Up to 1 week, chilled, or 1 month, frozen for transport, pack in containers to protect them.


Chocolate Biscuit Bars

Ingredient 16 Pieces

15 Digestive biscuit or any kind of biscuit will work (I used bourbon)
½ Cup butter
2 Tblsp cocoa powder
¼ Cup chopped almond
200 Gram choco chips or compound chocolate
¼ Cup chopped pistachio
1 Tsp vanilla essence
¼ Cup chopped cashew
Fistful raisins (optional)

Method

  1. First of all, prepare the coarse powder of biscuit. You can ziplock them and then with the rolling pin crush them. Or pulse for few seconds 2 or 3 times and get coarse powder of the biscuits.
  2. Take a microwavable bowl and add butter and chocolate. Microwave it for 30 seconds. Keep stirring it until all chocolate melted and mixed with butter.
  3. To this add cocoa powder and vanilla essence. Mix nicely till it is silky and smooth.
  4. Finally, add rest of the ingredients to this melted chocolate. Stir nicely so that all nuts coated properly.
  5. Lay parchment paper on the baking tray (I used 8x8). Pour this mixture into the tray, set it evenly and place it in the fridge for 15-20 minutes.
  6. After 15-20 minutes take this tray out of the fridge and cut int the desired shape. You can dust with castor sugar as well. It is completely optional.
  7. Enjoy these chocolate biscuit bars with milk or in a snack. My daughter loved eating it.

There are many variations available for this cake. With the same ingredients shape the mixture in a cake form or round cylindrical cookies form.

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Chunky chocolate nut bars

Preheat the oven to 180C/gas 4/fan 160C. Grease the base and sides of 2 shallow 28cm x 18cm baking tins and line each with a single sheet of greaseproof paper to come well above the rim of the tin (this makes it easy to lift out). Grease the paper.

Pack half the dough into the base of each tin, pressing it into the corners. Scatter with the whole nuts, making sure they are evenly distributed. Press them deeply into the dough to secure.

Bake for 40 minutes until the nuts and edges of the biscuits are golden. Carefully lift out of the tins, still on the paper, and transfer to a wire rack to cool.

Melt the plain and milk chocolates in separate bowls set over pans of simmering water. Leaving the slabs of biscuit on the paper, carefully cut each slab widthways into 2cm/¾in slices (don't worry if the nuts seem to be loose - they will be kept in place by the melted chocolate).

Spread the slices so they are 1-2cm apart and drizzle diagonal lines of melted plain chocolate over them, using a dessert spoon. Then drizzle the milk chocolate over the plain and leave in a cool place to set. Cut each biscuit in half widthways. They will keep fresh for up to a week stored in an airtight tin.


Preparation

Step 1

Pulse pineapple in a food processor (it can be very tough, even for a food processor, so pre-chopping gives it a needed head-start you may also find you need to use long pulses) until finely chopped. Add nuts and pulse until coarsely chopped. Add coconut flakes, oil, chia seeds, and salt. Pulse until a coarse purée forms.

Step 2

Transfer pineapple mixture to a plastic wrap-lined rimmed baking sheet. Top with another piece of plastic wrap and roll or press to a 9x6" rectangle. Chill until firm, about 1 hour.

Step 3

Cut into 12 bars. Wrap each bar in a sheet of parchment-lined foil to take on the go, or roll into balls. Either way, be aware that they soften quickly at room temperature because of the coconut oil.

Step 4

Do Ahead: Bars can be made 3 months ahead. Transfer to an airtight container and chill, or wrap and freeze up to 6 months.

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holy smokes these are good! WOW! I just made em - my grocery store had dried pineapple and papaya so i did 50/50 - so great! I could *not* find no sugar added and maybe this is weird but i just kinda "washed" the ones I got off and let them re-dry and that made them substantially less sweet / probably closer to what this recipie was calling for. Macadamia nuts are expensive also- wow.

Sometimes I think it's silly to read reviews where someone substituted everything but this time, I want to let people know how versatile this formula is. I used dried apricots and raisins instead of the pineapple, toasted pecans and sliced almonds instead of the macadamia nuts, and olive oil instead of the coconut oi, but all in the recipe proportions. I used the chia seeds and the salt though. The salt is crucial, really makes the final flavor.

These bars are so good! I found them easy to make. I used dates instead of dried pineapple as thats what i had available. The chia seeds add a nice little crunch within a bite. Its hard not to eat to eat the majority of them in one go :)


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