Photo credit and recipe adapted from Salma Smaily
This healthier snickers bar has 3 layers, a nougat layer, a caramel layer and chocolate layer.
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 25 mins
For The Nougat Layer
- 100 g all natural peanut butter
- 20 g old fashioned oats blended into flour
- 30 g Date Syrup
For the caramel layer
- 200 g Pitted dates
- 15 g Peanut butter
- 15 g Coconut oil
- Pinch of salt
- Tsp vanilla extract (optional)
- Roasted unsalted peanuts
For the chocolate layer
- Dark chocolate (I used 85% cacao)
- Sharp knife
- Large and medium bowl
- Baking paper
- Loaf pan
Here's How to Make ‘Healthier’ Homemade Snicker Bars
Step 1: Form Nougat Layer
Take a large-size bowl and add all nougat layer ingredients to it . Mix them well until combined thoroughly.
Step 2: Form Nougat Layer
Spread the parchment paper at the bottom of the loaf pan, transfer the prepared layer of nougat, spread it evenly, press softly and freeze.
Step 3: Form Caramel and Spread Peanut
Take another medium-size mixing bowl and add caramel ingredients to it (without the roasted unsalted peanuts). After the frozen nougat layer has set, spread the caramel layer over it evenly and sprinkle the roasted peanuts on top of this layer, and press softly until peanuts are spread evenly.
Step 4: Freezing
Now place the loaf tin in the freezer for a minimum of 3 hours.
Step 5: Melt the Chocolate
Take a microwave-safe small bowl and add 200g dark chocolate. Melt the chocolate over medium heat and stir regularly during the melting process.
Step 4: Slice into bars and spread Chocolate
Use a very sharp knife or snicker cutter to cut into bars. Spread the melted chocolate all over the bars and leave it in the fridge to set completely.