9 ServingsYieldsPrep Time5 minsTotal Time5 minsCategorySweet ThingsCuisineBritishCooking MethodBlending, ChillingDietGluten Free, Low Lactose, Vegan, Vegetarian
Chocolate Fridge Cake is something I enjoyed as a child. The taste and smell is extremely evocative. I simply wanted to create a version of my childhood favourite that worked for those who cannot tolerate gluten (like me) and dairy.
5 Nutribrex (can use Weetabix or Oatibix for a gluten version)
200 g soft dates
150 g chopped nuts or seeds
30 g cacao or cocoa powder
35 g maple syrup
120 g dark chocolate
Blend all ingredients except the dark chocolate in a food processor to a crumb-like texture
Meanwhile, melt the chocolate in a bowl over a small saucepan of boiling water.
Push the the contents of the food processor into a 20cm by 20cm, linked baking tin using the palms of your hands.
Pour over the melted chocolate and spread evenly.
Leave in the fridge for 3-4 hours before cutting into 9 portions.
I’m in Aus can’t have wheat and do t have Nutribux, what else could I use pls?? What about almond meal??
Another cereal would work. Can you get oatibix where you are?
hi which other cereals would work with this would oats work? thanks!
Oats might work but may not stick together very well. If you try this then please do share your results so others can benefit.