Chocolate, Orange and Cranberry Vegan Tiffin
225g Chocolate Orange Biscuits
150g Vegan butter
50ml Golden Syrup
30g Caster Sugar
25g Cocoa Powder
80g Chopped Apricots
80g Toasted Nuts
200g Dairy Free Dark Chocolate
1 tbsp Sunflower Oil
50g Orange Cream Chocolate Bar
25g Dried Cranberries
Whitworths challenged me to put a modern twist on their original tiffin recipe for Easter. I love ‘veganising’ things and I like to try and show how easy it is if you just know a few little tricks and tips! This chocolate, orange and cranberry vegan tiffin is perfect as an Easter treat and is great fun for kids to help make.
Their original recipe uses ginger nuts but I’m not a big fan of them so I swapped them for chocolate orange cream biscuits which I found in Home Bargains and are accidentally vegan. I then topped it with cranberries and a chopped up orange cream chocolate bar which was also in Home Bargains although you could use any vegan chocolate Orange bar (I especially like the one by Morrisons that contains little candied Orange pieces). Please note that Bourneville Orange is no longer vegan.
You could add any topping to the tiffin bars. As well as the chocolate Orange bar I added some dr Oetker unicorn mix sprinkles as they are vegan and add a lovely bit of colour. Some other things you could add are candies Orange pieces or orange sprinkles.
I was sent some of these products by Whitworths but was not required to write about them on Sweet Pea’s.
If you like this chocolate, Orange and cranberry vegan Tiffin you may also like my vegan chocolate and plum upside down cake.
Press the mixture firmly into the tin.
|225g Chocolate Orange Biscuits|
|150g Vegan butter|
|50ml Golden Syrup|
|30g Caster Sugar|
|25g Cocoa Powder|
|80g Chopped Apricots|
|80g Toasted Nuts|
|200g Dairy Free Dark Chocolate|
|1 tbsp Sunflower Oil|
|50g Orange Cream Chocolate Bar|
|25g Dried Cranberries|
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Yum yum yum yum! The fruit addition is a great idea- orange and cranberry are a great combination.
This looks delicious!
Yum, this looks delicious! I love tiffin because you can add lots of different things – orange and cranberry sounds like a great combo.
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