13 March 2015

Oreo Chocolate Tiffin (vegan)

Oreo traybake

Carrying on the theme of Oreos, I bring you Oreo Chocolate Tiffin. An easy no-bake traybake (that's a bit of a contradiction, isn't it?) studded with Oreo biscuits and raisins. Even better it's suitable for vegans. Yes I made this one for my lovely husband, although Cooper and I tucked in too.

It was easy to make, but not so easy to cut smoothly, so I'm afraid the photos leave a lot to be desired. I should have scored the top layer of chocolate while it was still soft and it would have cut neater. Oh well you live and learn and it didn't effect the taste one little bit. It'll be messy where its going as my mother would say.


oreo chocolate tiffin

If you don't have dairy free spread you can use butter instead and you can also substitute the dark chocolate with milk chocolate if you prefer it. Either way, it's a real treat and a total chocolate hit!



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Oreo traybake
Oreo Chocolate Tiffin
An easy no-bake treat filled with Oreos and raisins and topped with an extra coat of chocolate. Dairy Free
Ingredients
  • 225g dairy free spread
  • 4 tbsp agave nectar
  • 50g cocoa powder
  • 75g raisins
  • 300g oreos, crush a few and break the rest
  • 400g dark chocolate
  • 12 mini oreos to top
Instructions
1. Line a brownie pan with greaseproof paper or foil lined greaseproof paper (fabulous stuff!). 2.Heat the dairy free spread gently in a pan with the agave syrup and cocoa powder, until melted. Take off the heat and stir in the the crushed & broken Oreos  and raisins until well combined.  3. Pour the mixture into the brownie pan and smooth down. Chill in the fridge for 20 minutes. 4. Melt the chocolate in a glass bowl over gently simmering water. Make sure the base of the bowl doesn't touch the water. Once the chocolate has melted, pour it over the biscuit mix and smooth evenly across the biscuit mixture. 5.Pop the mixture in the fridge to set, before cutting into 16 squares with a sharp knife. 6. Enjoy!
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Yield: Makes 16 squares of tiffin



Here are a few more recipes for you to try.

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22 comments:

  1. I am an oreo addict so always happy to find more recipes like these.

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    1. Oh me too Bintu. I am quite a new convert to them.

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  2. I love no-bake desserts and this recipe is something I should definitely try (but after my wedding haha) it looks sooo good! And thank you for linking back to me :)

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    1. Oh yes maybe don't indulge until then. I don't want to be blamed for you not fitting into your wedding dress.

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  3. Mmm I know it's too early in the morning for them, but I want to make this right now!

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  4. Yum,it looks so delicious snd indulgent, hard to believe it is dairy free!

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  5. I love oreos and these look delicious. Pass the plate please :)

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  6. Haven't made a no bake cake since the Brownies (the girl's group that is, not the cake) - not sure why and need to recitfy this!

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    1. You really must they are so easy but pretty darn special.

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  7. I'm obsessed with tiffin and I've temporarily stopped buying Oreos.. Because I love them too much. I may have to break my ban and try this. I will be sharing my tiffin recipe soon and will link to this. Xx

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    1. Oh I know you do have to be careful. It's so easy to have another and another and another, but this is a must try. Let me know when your tiffin is up and I'll link too :)

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  8. Oreos are my weakness. One always leaves to the whole packet. Would love to try this out.

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  9. Your Oreo recipes are driving me wild!!!

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    1. I do not take any responsibility Stuart lol!

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  10. wow I bet graham was over the moon - this looks so decadent and delicious

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  11. I love oreo and this is definitely look lush! So moist and most of all it is no bake! Fab especially when you need to make more than one dessert for a party and no room in the oven to bake!

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    1. It is rather decadent Eileen and as you say an easy no-bake. Definitely worth making.

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