Just looking at the Twix bar lets you know it's complicated. There is chocolate, caramel, and a crunchy cookie thing. How in the would can you make that recipe at home and get even close? It's actually a lot easier than you think.
I wouldn't necessarily call this candy a healthy vegan food because it's not. But it is healthier than the processed candies you can buy in your supermarket. Plus you will know exactly what's in it like dates, tahini, and coconut oil for example.
15 Minute Vegan Twix Candy
Vegan Twix Ingredients
Cookie and Caramel Ingredients
Chocolate Dip Ingredients
1/2 C. coconut oil
1/4 C. cacao powder
3 tablespoons coconut cream
2 tablespoons rice malt syrup
Soak your dates in water for a couple of hours before starting
Blend dates, nut butter, and rice malt syrup in a high powered blender until smooth.
If needed, add a splash of water to thin while blending
Quickly spread this mix on side of rice cake that has chocolate.
Set in freezer to chill.
Melt all chocolate ingredients on your stove slowly blending. If mix is very
thin you can chill in freezer for 5 minutes.
Using a toothpick or fork, dip each rice cake in the chocolate mix and place on
a lined tray.
Place back in freezer to set.
These are made to be eaten within a few hours of making. Otherwise the rice cakes will get soggy.