Super salted caramel slice

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Alice Nicholls headshotAlice Nicholls (The Whole Daily) is the queen of guilt free sweet treats. Not only does this one taste delicious, it caters to just about every dietary intolerance under the sun – it’s refined sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, suitable for vegans, paleos and raw foodists. What’s more, it only takes 20 minutes to make.

 

Base
1 cup medjool dates
1 cup almonds

Whizz up  until chunky and sticking together and press into the bottoms of your slice tray or moulds and pop into the freezer until you are ready for your next layer.

Salted super caramel
3 tbs cashew butter (or coconut butter)
3 tbs Lucuma powder*
3 tbs cacao butter (or coconut oil)
2 tbs maple syrup (or 3 of rice malt syrup)
1 tsp vanilla paste

Whizz up and spread around 1 finger width thick on top of the base (or eat it on its own!)

Chocolate
3 tbs cacao powder
2 tbs maple syrup (or 3 of rice malt syrup)
3 tbs cacao butter (or coconut butter, melted)
1/2 teaspoon sea or Himalayan salt

Mix together and spread evenly over the top. Refrigerate until completely cool. 

For more delicious recipes from Alice check out her website www.thewholedaily.com.au

*Lucuma powder is high in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, fibre and carbohydrates, benefitting the immune system. It can help satisfy a sweet tooth, tasting like a cross between caramel or maple. A study found Lucuma may have anti-flammatory, anti-ageing and skin-repair effects on human skin. It provides a natural sweet taste without increasing your blood sugar levels. It may be used for diabetics and people with other health issues.

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Zara is a healthy home consultant, author and keynote speaker on a mission to empower 1 million people to takes steps towards a healthier home. Zara learned about the link between our homes and our health after going through two different types of cancer. Zara is passionate about shining the spotlight on what she believes to be the least understood health challenges of our time, and sharing the things she wishes she had known, that could have prevented the illnesses she has been through. Recognised as one of Australia’s leading health influencers, Zara was a finalist in the 2014 Bupa Health Influencer of the Year Awards. She has appeared on TEN News, Today Show and The Project, been featured in the Herald Sun, I Quit Sugar, and contributed Medibank’s Be. Magazine and Fairfax health online publications. Zara contributed to the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s first comprehensive report on breast cancer in young women in Australia.

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