A rich, fudgy and very tasty tiffin. It’s a bit healthier than your average as it’s made with coconut oil, maple syrup and very dark chocolate. If you like tiffin as much as I do, you will love this pecan maple ginger tiffin.
After all those amazing layer cakes in March, I thought something a little simpler might be in order this month. No bake chocolate treats it is. Think chocolate cornflake nests for Easter, tiffin to use up all those Easter chocolate leftovers or raw energy balls for a healthy post Easter detox.
We Should Cocoa
I’ve kicked things off with this slightly healthier than your average tiffin: Pecan and Maple Ginger Tiffin. I substituted coconut oil for butter and maple syrup for the more normal golden syrup. I also used a dark 85% chocolate to lessen the sugar content. To make this gluten free, dairy free or both, just swap the digestive biscuits for something more appropriate.
Love My Blender
I set my power blender* to work on this one and used its pulse function to break up the biscuits. This made it a total doddle and all I needed to do to clean the blender jug was give it a quick dust with a clean dry cloth. The link I’ve given is an affiliate link which means I will benefit if you use it to buy an Optimum 9200 high speed blender*.
Pecan and Maple Ginger Tiffin
Tiffin, refrigerator cake, biscuit cake, call it what you will, is one of my all time favourites. This healthier pecan and maple ginger tiffin version is just as delicious as others I’ve made. It’s richly chocolatey and very gingery, although the amaretto manages to shine through.
It’s crunchy from the pecans and biscuits, chewy with the fruit and has an overall fudgy texture which makes it absolutely scrumptious.
Other Tiffin Recipes You Might Like
- Chocolate amaretto biscuit cake
- Chocolate honeycomb squares
- Coconut chocolate biscuit cake
- For the love of chocolate tiffin
- Kondito & Cook chocolate biscuit cake
- Lemon sherbert tiffin (gluten-free)
- Refrigerator cake for adults
- Sour cherry chocolate biscuit cake
If this pecan maple ginger tiffin doesn’t appeal, maybe one of my other no-bake recipes will. All delicious, of course.
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Pecan and Maple Ginger Tiffin – The Recipe
Pecan, Ginger, Maple Tiffin
- 80 g coconut oil
- 100 g 85% dark chocolate
- 2 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tbsp gooseberry jam
- 1 tbsp amaretto
- 200 g digestive biscuits
- 50 g pecan nuts – roughly chopped
- 50 g crystalised ginger – roughly chopped
- 50 g raisins
- 2 amaretti biscuits
- Melt the coconut oil and chocolate in a pan over low heat.
- Remove from the heat and add the syrup, jam and Amaretto. Stir until combined.
- Break the biscuits into bits of varying sizes (I used the pulse function on my blender).
- Place everything but the amaretti into a bowl, give a good stir, then press into an 20 cm (8″) sq. mould.
- Crumble the amaretti over the top and place in the fridge for a good hour or so to set.
- Cut into 12 pieces and enjoy.
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