No Bake, Caramel Pecan Slice - Gluten-free

4년 전

                      

This is a great little square that can be made ahead and they freezes well too. You'll need a food processor to handle all the mixing and grinding to get the consistency and texture of each layer, just right.

The First Layer  

  • 1 cup of ground almonds
  • 2 cups of unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1/2 cup of pure creamed coconut
  • 1/2 cup of maple syrup
  • 8 tbsp of raw cocoa powder
  • 3 tbsp of ghee (clarified butter)
  • 3 tbsp of coconut oil
  • 1 tsp of vanilla bean paste
  • 1 tsp of ground cinnamon
  • and 2 eggs (beaten)

Directions:

Melt the pure creamed coconut in a small sauce pan over a gentle heat. Add maple syrup, ghee, coconut oil, vanilla bean paste, raw cocoa and the beaten eggs. Blend well and cook over low heat for 3 minutes to ensure that the eggs have a chance to cook while you stir the mixture continually.

In a food processor, grind the walnuts and add the shredded coconut and ground cinnamon. Pulse this mixture so that the dry ingredients are well blended. Add the contents of the sauce pan and blend well.

This will produce a thick dough. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper. Add the dough mixture to the centre of the baking sheet and roll out the dough until it covers the bottom of the entire baking sheet evenly. Put the baking sheet in the refrigerator to cool, while you make the next layer. It should look like the photo (below).

                       

 
The Second Layer

  • 2 cups of cashews that have been soaked for 4 hours or more. (Rinse them well.)
  • 1/4 cup of lemon juice
  • 1/2 cup of pure creamed coconut 
  • 1 tbsp of vanilla extract
  • 1.5 tbsp of ghee (clarified butter)
  • 1.5 tbsp of coconut oil
  • and 1 cup of condensed milk

Directions:

Melt the pure creamed coconut in a small sauce pan over a gentle heat. Add the ghee, coconut oil and condensed milk. Stir until the mixture is heated through and is a smooth, creamy consistency. Remove from heat and let stand while you blend the cashews and lemon juice in the food processor. Add the contents of the sauce pan and blend again until the mixture is well combined. Spread this mixture evenly over the base mixture and return to the refrigerator while you make the next layer.  It should look like the photo (below).

                      

The Third Layer

  • 2 cups of pure creamed coconut
  • 1/2 cup of maple syrup
  • 2 tbsp of vanilla infused agave nectar
  • and 40 whole pecans

Directions:

Melt the pure creamed coconut in a small sauce pan over a gentle heat. Add the maple syrup and the agave nectar and blend well. Add this caramel layer evenly over top of the second layer and place the 40 whole pecans equally into the caramel. Return to the refrigerator while you make the next layer.  It should look like the photo (below).

                      


The Fourth Layer   

  • 2 cups of 70% dark chocolate chopped or in wafers
  •  3 tbsp of ghee (clarified butter)
  • 3 tbsp of coconut oil

Directions:

Using a double boiler (or bain- marie) melt the chocolate and add in the ghee and coconut oil. Blend well and then pour this melted chocolate mixture over-top of the caramel and pecan layer. Return to the refrigerator and cool for 4 hours.  It should look like the photo (below).

                      

After 4 hours, the chocolate will harden. Remove from the refrigerator and lift the caramel pecan slice from the baking sheet onto a cutting board to slice into pieces.

                      

The chocolate will darken in colour once it has had a chance to cool and solidify.

                      

This recipe will yield 60 small pieces. Always a crowd-pleaser, enjoyed by young and old alike. 

I welcome your comments and I invite you to follow me on my journey....we will be eating very well. ;)

~ Rebecca Ryan

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I made a post about some of my favorite steemians a couple days ago. You were first on the list! Hope I sent some traffic your way!

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Thank you so much @dajohns1420!
I really appreciate it.
I am humbled and honoured to be included in your post. ;)
PS: I LOVE the cmh lights...I bought another one because I saw the difference in my plants...even after one 12 hour cycle. Incredible!

You know how much I envy you and your way of life, don't ya? I love how knowledgeable you are about so many different subjects and how much positive energy you put in to this world. But you have got to QUIT posting these food blogs, sweetie! You're killing me with the pictures and when I read the ingredients, my mouth just starts to water! Now I must go to the pantry and refrigerator so I can be disappointed because I will find nothing similar to what my eyes have just seen.... Great post girl!

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LOL! Some day I will make these for you and your family @bluelightbandit. I have to post some recipes every once in awhile, so that I have them recorded and I keep a presence in the food communities. These squares are real winners. I've been eating them for breakfast because they are loaded with good fat and protein.
I made a big tray because I'm taking them to our families' Christmas dinners. If I wasn't sharing them, I would've medicated them. ;)

How I miss your yummy recipes my friend!!
I'm sure you know how busy I am getting these days!
I just hope all fine on your side and stay warm.

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Oh, great to hear from you Chef! I have thought of you often over the last 3 weeks. I hope that things are cracking right along for you in your new Bistro. I am so happy for you and @creativewoman. I so want to come and visit both of you...this may be in the cards in the new year. ;)

Rebecca
I had to print these pages for Pat. Imaging that. Ha
The compliments would overwhelm you if everyone could just taste I think.
You give so much to the Steemit community. You are helping to power Steemit to a place of high esteem.
Thank you

Francis

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Thank you so much Francis!
Some day I will come and visit and I will make these for both of you.
I feel like all of us are working together as a team to make Steemit shine. ;)

@rebeccaryan - Ma'm I'll try to make it... Of course you are a iron chief... Ma'm I think you should start your iron chief series again...

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Amazing post thank you so much for sharing

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Thanks for taking a look @machhour! I made these for a huge family gathering, otherwise, they would have been medicated. ;)

I am like

Ah those look delicious!

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Thanks @dajohns1420! They are fantastic medicated too. ;)

@rebeccaryan,
Now I am totally crazy about it! It's time to tell my wife to make! (I wish she could do that lol) It seems amazing, I mean delicious :O Thankn you for sharing all steps with the recipe!

Cheers~

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Oh I do hope that one of you makes them, sometime. They are delicious!

that looks beautiful great job! it looks really fun squashing it down with the roller thing i usually just press it down with a glass but that looks more satisfying :)

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Thanks @owenwat! The roller is fun. LOL! It doesn't take much to amuse me lately. ;)

@rebeccaryan, You gave to steemians marvelous Xmas gift from this post. No bake important for cake makers. Nice recipe details indeed. Omg...fourth layers...Wow delicious. Nice creativity.
Thank you!!! Resteemed.

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They are a tasty treat. I hope you can make them sometime. ;)

Nice food I think very testy........//////////

This culinary masterpiece. It looks amazing. Thanks for the recipe.

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Thank you @magnata! I love the gif. ;)

Oh It's look delicious.
upvote and resteem
lets eat ye 11.gif

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Thank you so much @fancylora!

Always give us the best you really deserve all this and more greetings to you

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Thank you @faissalchahid! I wish you all the best too. ;)

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you are welcome

wow, yammi looks. i think eating very well.
really try this cake.

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They are tasty @tonnykhan! Thanks for taking a look. ;)

Delicious food to look at.very good recipe. Happy Christmas. Following you and upvoted. Thanks for sharing such a good post

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Thank you @pariza!
Merry Christmas to you and your family too. :)

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You have the professional touch. I can almost smell and taste them.

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Thank you very much for your kind words @manorvillemike!

Sounds like a healthy and delicious dessert!

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It sort of is...the ingredient that isn't that great for you is the condensed milk but this could be substituted for a high fat coconut milk and some additional maple syrup. ;)

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Merry Christmas

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Merry Christmas to you too @nachon!

An easy recipe to prepare. Nothing complicated. Thank you @rebeccaryan

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It is easy. You just have to be prepared because the cashews do need to be soaked for at least 4 hours and you have to wait for the final layer to harden and set. Waiting is the hardest part. lol!

wouldn't mind having some of these right now!

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Thanks for the vote of confidence @doitvoluntarily! I wish I could give you some instantly. ;)

it looks delicious

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They are scrumptous! I hope you try making them sometime @sanae.

Very tasty one. I love these with nice looks.

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Thank you very much @dragonking!

vegan/gluten free is not essential to me, but dang this looks tasty! might make for my mom over the holidays- thanks for instructions!

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Oh I do hope you get a chance to make them. They're a delicious treat. ;)

very good post

Nice looks and very delicious Caramel Pecan Slice. I really like to eat 100 slices.. :P
Nice description.

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You and I both @kingsberry! I have been eating them for breakfast. LOL!

Wow, today I see a roller, but already colored :) This cake, judging by the recipe, should turn out very tasty and delicious! Thanks Rebecca for a great recipe!

Wow so yummy.

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Thanks @lorner! They are delicious!

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Yup i hope i can try once but im only poor.because the income of my hushband and me is just enough for our daily needs.thank you for the reply my friend steemians.@rebeccaryan

delicious and easy recipe, i am going to fond of that.

looks yummy.. and thanks for sharing the recipe with us.
Cheers!

Just delicious food. love to read it............////////////

The eggs is essential.
I see it every where ,
nice post , sis

wow its amazing to see it making in this post loved it very very delicious

That looks good.

Yum Yum Yum...Looks so delicious :D

Great Recipie Rebecca!!!
I love almost everything with chocolate :)

wow! This looks like a dreamy eat. It looks too involved for me to make since I favor simple recipes, but I'd sure love to taste it because they are making me drool just looking at the photos!! xoxo

Ow
This cake is very cool and the ingredients used in its work I love it very much
When I visit your country, my friend has to fill one of these
My wife said that she had to do something like that...