One Minute Snickers

One Minute Snickers

For the times I didn’t stop and listen to your story, I’m sorry.

For the towers I never built and games I never played, I’m sorry.

For the mornings when I snapped, I’m sorry.

For the answers I don’t have, for the pains I can’t prevent, I’m sorry.

Throughout your life there will be so much that I will do wrong, that I will regret, that I will be sorry for.

There will be so many nights when I go to bed wishing I had done things a little differently.

But there will also be nights when I go to bed with the sound of your laugh still ringing in my ears, the kiss of your lips still warm on my face and with love in my heart that fills my body and pours out my eyes.

There will be nights when I feel like the luckiest person alive because I’ve never missed a moment.

Nights when I am so thankful that it was me who got to hold you every time you cried, wiped your first tear and heard your first word.

It was me who got to hold your hand as you took your first steps. It was me who walked you to the school gate and who held off that moment as long as I could. It was me who shed tears with you as you had your needles and blood tests. It was me who never wanted to let you go and who wanted you beside me every day, so that I could watch you grow and learn and do every little amazing thing that you do.

It was me who was in awe of you.

It was me who knew the colours were clearer and the sun shone brighter because you were in my world.

It was me who loved you like nobody else could or ever would love you.

It was imperfect and often regretful me.

One Minute Snickers

the snickers

  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1/3 cup maple syrup
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, liquid
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 cup dry roasted cashews
  • 1/2 cup crushed peanuts

the chocolate 

  • 100 grams dark chocolate, melted
  1. Place the ingredients for the snickers layer into a bowl and mix to combine. Spoon the mixture into the holes of a mini silicon muffin tray and top each one with a teaspoon of the melted chocolate. Place in the freezer to set. 
  2. Store and eat from either the fridge or freezer.
  3. Enjoy!

notes – if preferred you can top the snickers with a homemade chocolate by mixing –

  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil, liquified
  • 4 tablespoons cacao or cocoa
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup
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One Minute Snickers
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  • Wendywoo

    You are SUCH a good Mum, Bianca, but SOOOOOOOO hard on yourself! Take care, my dear xxxxxxx PS The only time in my whole life that I’ve eaten a Mars bar was nearly 30 years ago, when I almost fainted whilst pram-pushing my newly hatched daughter- breast feeding made me ravenous…what excuse can I come up with to try your nicer version?! xxxx

    • Thank YOU Wendy. I hope you do try this one, its a favourite of mine!! xx

  • Caitlin

    Love love love the mix and make snickers slice!! It certainly won’t last long around our house. This is the first thing I have made starting my whole food journey. I will be trying many more of your recipes. Thanks xx

    • That is great to hear Caitlin! I am so glad you like it! I hope you find many more recipes that you enjoy. Be sure to let me know. Thanks again, Bianca. x

  • Olivia

    I love reading your posts. Thank you for sharing with us. I have definitely felt like you have and think many more would have too. Ps this looks delicious. Currently chilling in the fridge. Am using rice bubbles instead of nuts.

    • Thank YOU so much Olivia! I am glad you like the simple things I share. I think it is lovely of you to make the time to read my words, I really appreciate it. I hope you enjoyed the slice. xx

      • Olivia

        🙂 we loved it. Just made your egg and bacon pies. Not a hit with miss2 but we liked them. Think her favourite so far are the date and walnut cookies. Next on our list is the peanut butter mousse.

        • Great feedback! Thank you Olivia. I look forward to hearing how you go with the mousse. Thanks again! Bianca xxx

  • Chloe

    Thanks Bianca! I am an avid mix and make fan as the only time I get to make is after the kids are asleep and no way I’m going to be turning on any processors or beaters! Thank you soooo much.

    • I am hearing you Chloe! I hope you enjoy it. x

  • Eefje

    This sounds devine. Do you think I could use RMS instead of the maple syrup?

  • Rach83

    This slice is DELICIOUS! My biggest task is trying not to continually snack on it during the day haha!i

    • Thank YOU!!! I really appreciate the feedback and I am glad you like it. x

  • Anne

    Did this change??? When I made this last time it was a slice and had dates?! While the above does sound good it doesn’t sound like it used to be, or is there another I should be looking at?
    Thanks for your help

  • Celine Hed

    Is the freezer absolutely necessary or can you leave it in the fridge for longer to set? I still haven’t got a freezer….

  • Joy Secomb

    Roughly how many calories per piece

  • Ella Rogers

    This is a DELICIOUS recipe! I made it with the vegan chocolate icing (included at the bottom of the recipe). I would recommend doing some with and some without the icing as they’re delicious either way. They didn’t last long in my house 🙂 Thank you!!

  • Brigitte Prince

    Fabulous. Just wonderful. I’m having trouble with making the raw chocolate from scratch though no matter which of your recipes I use. Occasionally it works out smoothly but most of the time it turns out thick and clumpy. Any ideas what could affect how it turns out please? I do the same thing with sometimes great but mostly diastrous results. Please advise. Grateful Brigitte ☺

    • Cass

      Hi Brigitte, re your choc icing dilemma -is your coconut oil liquid/ melted first? Pure maple syrup always gives me great results. I use this ingredient combo all the time. If it gets too thick, I add more coconut oil or reheat in microwave to soften agsin. Whisking the mix is always good to remove clumps. Best of luck on your next go!

  • LauraJ

    Love this recipe, so decadent yet healthy, my husband’s fav

  • Sandra D’Angelo

    I just made these, they are absolutely amazing, not sure the husband will even get to try them with the amount already been eaten :). I also used rice malt syrup in place of maple syrup, because I already had it in the cupboard.

  • Katie N John Taylor

    What dark choc do you use? Thanks 🙂

  • Jess J

    I have made this one so many times. So quick and easy and a crowd favourite.
    Love to keep some in the freezer for a quick treat.