HAPPY NEW YEAR- Chocolate Tahini Brownie Bites

2016 has been one hella of a ride! It has been a year full of ups and downs but definitely 2016 has reminded me that tough times do not last and people that stay by your side through them are worth a billion cones of (vegan) chocolate ice cream! “Change is the only constant in life”- Heraclitus says, I hope you had a great 2016 and an even better 2017 where you would grow and see yourself become a better version of yourself!

This New Years’ Day, I shall bless you with this delicious recipe that I made countless of times during the year. It is a recipe from Faith-The Conscientious Eater, her blog and Youtube Channel has  been my favourite to watch this entire year!

Here’s the recipe:


1.5 Cups of quick oats

3 Tablespoon of cacao powder*

1/2 Cup grounded flax seeds

1/3 Cup cacao nibs**

1/2 Cup Tahini

1/2 Cup liquid sweetener (brown rice syrup, maple syrup, agave, date syrup etc.)

*You can sub cacao powder for cocoa power, it works the same

**You can sub them for chocolate chips as well


  1. In a large bowl, mix quick oats, cacao powder, grounded flax seeds and cacao nibs together.
  2. Add in tahini and liquid sweetener and mix well
  3. Using slightly damp hands, roll the dough into balls
  4. You can store it in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks (it really wouldn’t last that long)

Mixing the ingredients together well can be a little tough at times, but stick to it and you’ll appreciate the end product 🙂 Also, using slightly damp hands helps the dough to not stick on to your hands as much which makes it easier to mould it into balls.

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