Peanut Butter and Chocolate Ganache Bites

Incredibly rich and sweet, these Peanut Butter and Chocolate Ganache Bites will quash any sugar hankerings you have with just a couple of pieces. They are very filling and satisfying, and can last a good while by sealing them in an air-tight container and popping them into the fridge to keep them fresh. They are quick and simple to make and they require no baking at all. Best of all they are vegan and completely delicious. This recipe makes approximately 16 large bites or 32 small bites using an average rectangular cake tin, but feel free to make it in anything you want although yield may then differ.


Chocolate Ganache;

> 100g of Vegan Dark Chocolate.

> 2-3 TSP, Honey (those who don’t consume honey can swap it out for golden syrup or another suitable substitute).

> 1 TSP Vegan Butter.

> 100ml of Oat Milk, heated.

Peanut Butter Filling;

> 400g of Smooth Peanut Butter.

> 100g of Vegan Butter.

> 100g of Brown Sugar.

> 2-3 TBSP of Honey (see above note on substitutes).

> 1 TSP of Vanilla Extract.


Step One; Break the chocolate into small pieces and put in a microwavable container, along with 1 TSP of vegan butter. If you don’t have a microwave, search up the double-boil method, which just involves placing the container above a pot of boiling water on the hob to melt the chocolate instead.

Step Two; Heat on a medium level in the microwave, pausing and stirring every 15 seconds to ensure the chocolate doesn’t burn as it melts quickly and easily. Remove from the microwave when almost all of the chocolate is melted and stir for 1 minute, as residual heat should melt the remainder. In the meantime, warm up 100ml of oat milk on a medium heat on the hob.

Step Three; Add 2-3 TSPs of honey or substitute to the melted chocolate. When combined, gradually stir in the warm milk until you have a smooth and glossy consistency that you can pour. If not achieved with 100ml of oat milk (which could happen if you use a particularly thick dark chocolate) just warm up some more and keep adding.

Step Four; Optionally line your container with baking paper or tin foil, and pour in just under half of your chocolate ganache. Ensure that it covers the entire base evenly and then put in the fridge while you prepare the peanut butter mix.

Step Five; Melt 100g of vegan butter on a medium heat in a pot on the hob. When melted, add in 100g of brown sugar, 2-3 TBSPs of honey or substitute, 1 TSP of vanilla extract and 400g of smooth peanut butter. Mix well and leave for 5-10 minutes, stirring regularly. Remove from heat when everything has fully combined, leaving a thick but smooth consistency for your filling. Leave to cool.

Step Six; When cool, spread the peanut butter mixture evenly over the first layer of chocolate ganache. Pour the remainder of the chocolate ganache on top, ensuring that all of the peanut butter filling is completely covered.

Step Seven; Leave in the freezer for 15-20 minutes, or in the fridge for 30-40 minutes. This will allow the pudding to solidify and join together. Then finally, cut into squares and enjoy!

These bites are seriously yummy and messy, best enjoyed with a spoon for a real treat! Unfortunately, I forgot to take photos of a bite on its own to show you what they look like because these were devoured in a flash, so I will be adding some new photos soon. Of course, you may already like what you see! If you’re going to try this recipe or you made it, let me know in the comment section what you thought. If you enjoyed, don’t forget to drop a like and subscribe for more content like this.


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