Weetbix Slice {No Bake}

Weetbix Slice

VanessaAuthorVanessaCategoryDesserts, RecipesDifficultyBeginner

Yields16 Servings

Ingredients
 75 g Weetbix
 1 cup Dates pitted
 ½ cup Sunflower seeds
 ½ cup Desiccated coconut
 4 tbsp Cocoa
 2 tbsp Honey
 2 tbsp Water
 40 g Dark chocolate (optional)

Directions
1

Place first 7 ingredients in a food processor

2

Blitz until comes together into a ball (takes 3-5 mins).

3

While food processor is working line a loaf tin with baking paper

4

If you have chosen to use dark chocolate on the top, you can also get this melted. I either use a double boiler, or for a small quantity like this I do short 30 second bursts in the microwave on 50% power)

5

Press the mixture into the loaf tin

6

Top with the melted chocolate

7

Refrigerate for 2 hrs

8

Slice

Ingredients

Ingredients
 75 g Weetbix
 1 cup Dates pitted
 ½ cup Sunflower seeds
 ½ cup Desiccated coconut
 4 tbsp Cocoa
 2 tbsp Honey
 2 tbsp Water
 40 g Dark chocolate (optional)

Directions

Directions
1

Place first 7 ingredients in a food processor

2

Blitz until comes together into a ball (takes 3-5 mins).

3

While food processor is working line a loaf tin with baking paper

4

If you have chosen to use dark chocolate on the top, you can also get this melted. I either use a double boiler, or for a small quantity like this I do short 30 second bursts in the microwave on 50% power)

5

Press the mixture into the loaf tin

6

Top with the melted chocolate

7

Refrigerate for 2 hrs

8

Slice

Weetbix Slice

Instructions for Weetbix Slice:

  • I was so excited to hear about the Weetbix Kids Cupcakes, and knew it would be perfect for the 2-year-old I have myself, so I made a kid’s version for the blog!
  • What? Another cupcake? What??? Yup, another Weetbix Slice! You will find mine already in the freezer, and I’ve been making it for the past couple of days, so I hope you love it too!
  • You should really, really enjoy this Weetbix Slice too. A large serving would make a healthy, balanced meal. It’s also pretty easy.
  • I used store-bought vegan chocolate chips, which makes them more spreadable and yummy, but if you prefer, you can make yours with my vegan chocolate cookies and butter cookies (in a food processor) to make them even easier to spread for eating later, or with other savory, non-dairy fillings.
  • I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! I know you will, and I hope you can give it a try soon.
  • Enjoy & let me know in the comments if you try one of the recipes!