Chocolate Covered Chewy Toffee Bites A.K.A. Dumle

Chocolate Covered Chewy Toffee Bites A.K.A. Dumle

Dumle is one of Sweden’s most loved candies, and as a child, I adored it too. No wonder though as they are chewy pieces of toffee of absolute deliciousness. Naturally, I had to make my own version. Making lots of individual toffees may seem like a lot of work, which it kind of is, but you can just as well make these into bars or squares as suggested down below. Moving over, I thought this recipe would be extra appropriate since Easter is not far away. Imagine making a large batch of these to surprised or impress your loved ones for Easter. Or even you eat all of them by yourself. Regardless, yum!

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Chocolate Covered Chewy Toffee Bites A.K.A. Dumle

Serving about 20-25 pieces

Ingredients

  • 150g / 5,3 oz pitted dates
  • 2 tbsp nut butter of choice
  • Two hearty pinches of salt
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • Optionally a splash of toffee flavouring*
  • Melted chocolate for dipping and coating

Directions

  1. In a food processor, mix the dates, nut butter, salt, vanilla, and toffee flavouring into a smooth slightly sticky dough. Transfer to a bowl and let firm up in the freezer for at least an hour.
  2. Shape the dough into small little toffees and place on a plate lined with plastic wrap or parchment paper. Alternatively, you can press down the dough into a a square dish lined with parchment paper or plastic wrap, freeze it and then cut it into small squares with a sharp knife. Dip the toffees in the melted chocolate. Place them on the prepped plate and let the chocolate set in the fridge or freezer. Devour!

NOTE *It is NOT essential to the recipe, but it gives the salted caramel layer that extra oumph of caramel and toffee. I found a bottle of it at a local spice store.

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