LEMON GINGER BARS

I really just had to share this recipe, it was a bit of a test but worked out just lush! Super refreshing and light, so great when the weather picks up and these store super neatly in your freezer. I have been craving lemon and ginger anything but didn’t want to make a cake as I thought it would be to heavy for my tummy, sooo decided to make a bit of a spin off from the RASPBERRY CASHEW ‘CHEESCAKE’ BITES I made a few posts back! These require a food processor, soaked cashews overnight and a loaf pan. Be aware as this was a first go and experiment; that the filling had quite a bit left over so you can always try and incorporate it into another dish! I actually chucked it into some dried fruit spelt buns and they turned out fab!

Ingredients

Base:

1/2 cup ground almonds

1/2 cup soaked cashews

1tbsp maple syrup

6 deglet nour dates

1 tbsp ground ginger

1 tsp vanilla powder

Lemon filling:

2 cups soaked overnight then drained cashews

2 whole lemons juice

1 tbsp lemon zest

3 tbsp coconut cream (from top of canned coconut milk)

1 tsp turmeric (for added colour)

Pinch vanilla powder

Pinch sea salt

1/2 maple syrup

Method

  1.  Firstly line a loaf pan with beking paper (although you are not actually baking) this will stop sticking!
  2.  Then place all base ingredients into food processor and blitz until it comes together. Using a spatula press this into your loaf tin.
  3.  Next add all your filling ingredients to the processor until a creamy smooth texture is formed. Then pour this over your base (you will have some left over, you could test using all of it may just make it thicker!
  4.  Freeze immediately and once set slice into squares or bars with a sharp knife.

Hope you enjoy these as much as I do!

 

 

 

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