Thermobexta’s Crio Sesame Bars


I made a batch of these to take on our most recent holiday and they were demolished in an instant!

150g sesame seeds
150g medjool dates, pitted (pitted weight)
100g Vega Real Crio Bru
1 vanilla bean, cut into quarters (or 1 tsp vanilla powder)
large pinch of himalayan salt
40g sunflower seeds
40g pepitas


1. Place sesame seeds in mixer bowl. Toast for 15 minutes/steaming temperature/speed 2/MC off.

2. Add dates, crio bru, vanilla and salt. Process for 30 seconds/speed 8/MC on.

3. Add sunflower seeds and pepitas. Blitz for 15 seconds/speed 6/MC on.

4. Press the mixture into a lined slice tin and refrigerate for a couple of hours, then cut into bars. Alternatively, you can divide the mixture into 16-18 portions and roll into balls and eat after refrigerating, or immediately.

crio sesame fudge ballsThe pepitas and sunflower seeds were omitted for the balls pictured here.

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Helen Jones
Helen Jones
7 years ago

Could you use cocao instead of Crio Bru?

8 years ago

Love the sound of these. Great new ways for me to use my Crio Bru, and WPI Vanilla Bean Protein Powder for an extra protein boost. Love!

8 years ago

This slice is so easy to make and so delicious! I love the flavour from the crio. The perfect accompaniment for a cup of tea or coffee. Thanks Bec, another winner.

8 years ago

Oh Bec! You are a genius! This recipe is so incredibly tasty. I used a mixture of Coca River and Cavallari French Roast Crio Brü (it is what I had on hand) and it is delicious! This is ticking all of my flavour boxes.

This is chocolatey, toasted sesame goodness and I highly recommend this recipe

8 years ago

They look so delicious! <3

8 years ago

sounds delicious!!

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