Recipe Directions

base: 200ml sesame seeds – grind, 30 g coconut oil – melt, 2 tbs lucuma, 2 tbs agave nectar, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, a bit of salt,

raisins

chocolate top: 50 g coconut oil – melt, pinch of salt, 1 tbs sesame seeds -grind, 1 tbs gojis -grind, 1 tsp maca, 1 tbs lucuma, 3 tbs cacao powder, 1 tbs agave nectar,

Mix the ingredients for the base and press it in some kind of tray. Sprinkle with raisins and pour the chocolate over it. When it sets, try not to eat it all at once. I usually solve that problem by sharing. :)

LucyP's Thoughts

I just love my sesame seeds.

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yum these WERE really delish, quick and easy. I am still waiting to make them again with lucuma because i haven't gotten to the store to buy it yet. The other day i covered the sesame crust with smashed up bananas and a little cocoa. mmm thanks for the recipe!

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I do half hemp seeds half sesame seeds. I love this treat, it's so awesome!

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GoneRaw4Life's Review

My sesame fix
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It's like twix minus caramel only better!

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This thing is rockin. It tasted like the cookie and chocolate of a twix. Great taste and quick to make!

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Yes, thank you waterbaby! I winged the measurements and it still turned out delicious, but I'll have to try it again not that I know the correct amounts. These are really good!

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Thank you waterbaby!

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200ml=3/4 cup seseme seed....30gram=1/8cup coconut oil...

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Oh my goodness, if memory serves me, here goes...

200ml=3/4 cup

50ml=2 oz

30gm=1 TB

3TB=1 oz

It has been a long time but I think this is correct... LOL

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I guess my question didn't make sense. What I mean is, how many tablespoons (or in cups) is 200 ml of sesame seeds. Also, how many tablespoons is 30g and 50g? Thank you. I don't have a way to measure liters and grams!

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Daniefon,

You don't have to use measuring spoons. Regular spoons, that I am sure you have in your kitchen will do. It is not gonna make too much of a difference.

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Can someone give me the tablespoon (or other ) equivalent of the items measured in grams and ml in this recipe? I would love to make them but don't have a clue how to convert. Thanks!

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These look gorgeous!

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It looks delicous!! Does anyone know how can I substitute lucuma and maca?

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Pattywack, Bluebells,

lucuma is a peruvian fruit. it is sold in a powder form. http://www.totalrawfood.com/products/&c=raw-superfoods-chocolate-ingredi...

info on maca on that website also.

i am sure you can play with it and replace it with something like oats ground to flour.

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Also, what is maca???????????????????

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yes, what is lucuma????????????????????????????????/

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these look similar to a chocolate covered granola bar

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These sound FAB!

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MMmm looks so good...I have to make this for sure!

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What is Lucuma?? What would I use to replace it?

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I like the sweetness of lucuma, but you don't taste it much in this. I added it more for texture than taste.

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This looks absolutly devine! How does the lucuma taste?

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