There’s nothing I love more than curling up with a good book, a pot of a tea and a sneaky sweet treat.
Winter + lots of sweet treats = a not so happy summer body.:(
So to this end, my sweet treats tend to err on the home made, healthier side (well, most of the time…).
I found this recipe by the lovely NessCooks on Instagram, and had to give it a go. I had all the ingredients on hand, and all it took was 3 minutes in a food processor. I left off the crushed almonds, as I only had silvered on hand, and they weren’t sticking very well. Next time I’ll probably just put them in the batter. I used a date and apricot muesli, which gave a nice crunch and complimented the dates already in the recipe.
On another note, look how cute that mini T2 tin is! I got given a T2 tea sampler for my birthday, and it came with an assortment of breakfast teas….here we have Adelaide Breakfast, which is described as having a black tea base, cranberries, blackberry leaves and lemongrass and promises to ‘take you on a surprising taste journey. Best enjoyed alongside a cheese platter, almonds, and a stunning view.’