Almond Chocolate Caramel Cookie Wedding Favours: Sound Delish Don’t They!

Almond Chocolate Caramel Cookie Wedding Favours: Sound Delish Don't They?

Move over sweetie tables – cookie bars are all the rage at weddings nowadays! With cooking shows like Dessert First and The Great British Bake Off, it’s also incredibly popular to have a home-baked element at your wedding too.

Talk about pressure. Best start practicing those cookery skills now right!

Today I’m sharing this rather yummy and especially easy peasy ‘no bake’ Almond Chocolate Caramel Cookie recipe, all you need is a Cuisinart Food Processor. It’s just in time for Thanksgiving and perfect if you’re planning your own bake-off style wedding or cookie bar and don’t want anything too difficult.

Almond Chocolate Caramel Cookie Wedding Favours: Sound Delish Don't They?.

Ingredients

Crust:
4 cups almonds
2 cup dates soaked 30 minutes, drained
1/2 cup cocoa powder
pinch salt

Caramel Layer:
1 cup almond butter
1 cup coconut butter
1/2 cup cacao butter
1 cup agave nectar
2 tablespoon vanilla extract
pinch salt
1 cup unsweetened shredded coconut

Almond Chocolate Caramel Cookie Wedding Favours: Sound Delish Don't They?

Instructions

To form the crust, process the almonds, dates, cocoa powder and salt in a food processor.

Press the mixture into 9″ X 12″ glass pan.

To form the caramel layer, process the almond butter, cacao butter, agave nectar and coconut butter in a food processor until silky smooth.

Spread the mixture on top of the crust layer. Top immediately with coconut, pressing it into the caramel layer so that it sticks.

Freeze until ready for serving.

Almond Chocolate Caramel Cookie Wedding Favours: Sound Delish Don't They?

And that’s it. A gorgeous ‘no bake’ cookie recipe perfect for a cookie bar, deliciously fun wedding favours or just for a rather yummy treat and thanksgiving celebration.

Mary Berry skills definitely not needed.

image source / image 1: photography by allison maginn via one wed / image 2, 3 & 4: photography via early bird food

This is a sponsored post for Cuisinart in partnership with BrideClick

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  • Adams Photo Art Photography
    Reply

    I am lucky I already had breakfast :) these cakes look really yummy :)

  • wedding table plans
    Reply

    Thanks for sharing, these will last five minuets in my kitchen, great blog!

  • Jules Bridal Jewellery
    Reply

    Oh my how yum they look!

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