The same number of you realize I live on a little Greek island called Paros. This year the awesome Greek atmosphere has been battling against the chillier pre-winter climate and we've been fortunate enough to appreciate warm and bright climate… as of not long ago. When November showed up, the days got shorter and we are beginning to recollect what it feels like to be cold. We've even needed to begin doing insane Northern European things like wear socks and warm shoes.

The feline, who burned through all of summer slinking outside and dozing face down on cool marble floor tiles is sneaking up to our bed to rest during the day. Harvest time chill has formally shown up. Two months prior the possibility of a hot cup of tea would have brought cries of "are you kidding?!?" reverberating all through the family, however now hot tea appears to be a brilliant thought. Also, what preferable backup to tea over a pleasant scone?

Along these lines, considering this, I chose to take one of my preferred plans of a year ago, my tahini treats, and raise them by making them into chocolate tahini treats. What bread isn't improved by the expansion of chocolate? These treats are fantastically simple to make, require just 6 fixings and taste soooo great. They are vegetarian, sans gluten and refined sugar free so basically irreproachable too 😉 .
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  • 120 ml / ½ cup maple syrup*
  • 90 ml / ¼ + 1/8 cup tahini**
  • 90 gr / 1 cup walnut halves, ground finely (approx. ¾ cup ground walnuts)
  • 135 gr / approx. 1 + ¼ cup buckwheat flour
  • heaped ½ tsp baking soda
  • 4 level tbsp / ¼ cup cacao powder
  • fine sea salt (optional)
  • white sesame seeds to decorate (optional)


  1. In a bowl, whisk up maple syrup and tahini until fully combined and there are no lumps in your tahini.
  2. Mix in ground walnuts until fully combined.
  3. In a separate bowl, combine sifted flour, baking soda and cacao powder. Add it to the tahini mixture in 3 batches. The mixture will be thick and sticky so it’s best to use your hands. (If you’ve swapped buckwheat flour for a gluten flour, be careful not to overmix the dough as the cookies will come out hard).
  4. Weigh the dough and divide it into 16 even pieces. Roll each piece into a ball and dip it in a plate of sesame seeds mixed in with a bit of salt (if using), press the ball down with a bottom of a glass to create a ½ cm thick 5 cm (2 in) diameter disc.
  5. Once you get all the discs coated in sesame seeds, put them into the fridge for about 40 min. 30 min in, pre-heat the oven to 175° C / 350° F.
  6. Bake in a hot oven for 10-12 mins. Remove the biscuits from the oven, transfer them to a cooling rack and let them cool down completely before eating. Store in an airtight container.

*These cookies aren’t overly sweet. If you want them sweeter, add 2 tbsp of sugar (coconut or cane sugar, for example) to the dry ingredients before incorporating them into the tahini and maple syrup. You could also add more maple syrup to increase the sweetness but then you’ll need to compensate with a bit more buckwheat flour for the dough to have the consistency of play dough.
**If your tahini has separated, make sure you stir the oil back in before using it in this recipe.

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