In Carina’s Kitchen: Easy Tahini Fudge (Vegan Friendly) First grab a whole jar of tahini and add it to a pot, about 350g. I’m using tahini made with the hull of the sesame seeds, so it’s darker than normal. But a normal version of tahini is just fine. Tahini is pretty stubborn and a thick substance, so you may need to coax it out with a spatula or spoon! It’s not the most appetizing sight right now, but we’ll get there! Grab your coconut oil. You’ll want to use 3 tablespoons of coconut oil, add it to your pot of tahini. Now your maple syrup. Add 3-4 tablespoons maple syrup to your pot. And add a pinch or two of salt. I’m using coarse sea salt. Heat up over a gentle heat, just so it melts to combine. Stir while heating. This should take about 5-10 minutes on a gentle heat. Keep an eye on it, as you don’t want this to overheat and ruin the good fats in the tahini or coconut oil. Now it’s slightly runny and well-combined, time to take it off the heat. In a tin or container of your choice, add a bit of coconut oil so the tahini won’t stick once poured in. You can also use baking paper. I like using this tin, as it gives the edges quite a nice, fluted shape. Once you’ve greased your tin a little, pour in the tahini mixture. Use a spatula to just make sure it’s spread out evenly. Then give it a couple of taps against a flat surface, to eliminate any air bubbles. Optional: drizzle with runny honey, or for a vegan-friendly option a syrup of your choice. I’m using about 4 tablespoons of honey here, but you can also omit this step or change the amount to taste. Cover with aluminum foil, cling film/saran wrap or a lid and leave to freeze at least overnight. Once frozen and ready to serve, grab it out of the freezer and cut into small squares. Look at those beautiful patterns from the honey – this will look great once cut into pieces. Using a sharp knife, cut into small, bite-sized pieces. As this is full of healthy fats, you don’t want to go much bigger than bite-sized pieces. Moderation is always key! Keep them in the freezer until ready to serve. They melt very quickly. Gooey honey! Enjoy this gooey tahini fudge treat and thank you for watching In Carina’s Kitchen.