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16.3.2015

Sea Salt Toffee

These last days I have been so grateful for all the feedback and daily messages that I am receiving from the people who have bought my KIITOS HYVÄÄ -cook book (in Finnish) and who have cooked something that has blown their mind away and taken them to healthy treats heaven. That is absolutely the best thing for me as a cook book author. To success to inspire and give new ideas for clean eating. And to read, hear and see the reaction of the people when they notice how good, let´s say for example a raw blueberry cheese cake or raspberry candy sticks can taste or how delicious a Cherry Garcia ice cream made mainly from hemp seeds, raw chocolate and honey can be!

After my book was published in December it has been the best selling cook book (for 3 months already!) for example in this Finnish online book store. And that is beyond amazing! It says clearly that people are tired of that shabby, shitty and bloated feeling they get from the traditional pastries, and that they want to feel good not only when they are dropping that piece of cake into their mouths but also afterwards. And no-one wants to give up their pleasures and sweet treats! And actually no-one has to, you just have to pick better ingredients and maybe learn few new tricks.

At the moment I´m looking for a publisher in the US and in Europe so that I could get the book in other languages also, for aaaall you people with sweet n clean cravings out there! Many of you have been asking for an English version, and I also heard a funny rumor that such would be published any day soon. But as far as I know it is not happening just yet, although I took it as a sign, so maybe in the near future it will be not just a rumor but also reality. Fingers crossed!

In the meantime I will share one of the most loved recipes from the book – Sea Salt Toffee Candies aka Nut Butter Toffee! We also made a video of them sponsored by the great nu3.fi. CHECK IT OUT!

And because all the feedback that I have received from these I really have to give a word of caution: These golden cuties seem to be truly addictive stuff. They are super easy to make and they taste delicious. Before you notice you´ll be making another batch. And another, and another.
Regardless, please do try!

V

SEA SALT TOFFEE CANDIES


Sea Salt Toffee candies

Approx. 15 pieces

  • 0,5 cup of almonds and / or walnuts

  • 0,5 cup of local organic honey

  • 1 cup unsweetened almond butter or nut butter

  • 2 tablespoons grated coconut /coconut flakes

  • a pinch of sea salt

Chop the nuts/almonds into small pieces, for example with a blender, and set aside. Pour the honey into a pan and heat on stove over medium heat, stirring constantly, until it starts to foam.After stirring the foaming honey for about 5 minutes, turn the heat low and add the almond or nut butter. Stir the mixture until it begins to thicken slightly. Remove immediately from the heat and add the chopped almonds/nuts and coconut flakes. Blend quickly until it becomes a smooth paste. Place the warm mixture into silicone molds or into a tin lined with baking paper. Smooth the surface and sprinkle sea salt lightly on top. Allow to cool and set in the fridge before slicing into small pieces with a knife. Wrapped candies can be stored in the fridge, eat within a couple of weeks.

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Sea Salt Toffee candies

Approx. 15 pieces

  • 0,5 cup of almonds and / or walnuts

  • 0,5 cup of local organic honey

  • 1 cup unsweetened almond butter or nut butter

  • 2 tablespoons grated coconut /coconut flakes

  • a pinch of sea salt

Chop the nuts/almonds into small pieces, for example with a blender, and set aside. Pour the honey into a pan and heat on stove over medium heat, stirring constantly, until it starts to foam.After stirring the foaming honey for about 5 minutes, turn the heat low and add the almond or nut butter. Stir the mixture until it begins to thicken slightly. Remove immediately from the heat and add the chopped almonds/nuts and coconut flakes. Blend quickly until it becomes a smooth paste. Place the warm mixture into silicone molds or into a tin lined with baking paper. Smooth the surface and sprinkle sea salt lightly on top. Allow to cool and set in the fridge before slicing into small pieces with a knife. Wrapped candies can be stored in the fridge, eat within a couple of weeks.

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