only fifty grams of walnuts

A 50-gram bag of peanuts

P50g of almonds

half a gram of cashew nuts

One lemon's zest

date syrup, three or four teaspoons

80 grams of chocolate (or select a sugar-free kind for an entirely sugar-free snack)

1 tablespoon of non-stick cooking spray


Get the Nuts Mixed Up: Start by roughly cutting the peanuts, cashews, walnuts, and almonds. Toss them in a basin and stir until well combined.

taste It Up: For a burst of citrusy scent and taste, mix in the zest of one lemon with the nut mixture.

Toss the nut and zest mixture with the date syrup to bind. Coat each nut equally by mixing thoroughly. You won't need any refined sugars because this syrup is both a binder and a sweetener.

After you've pressed the mixture firmly into a mold or tray, chill it. To harden and solidify, chill it in the fridge for at least three to four hours.

Melt 80 grams of chocolate with a tablespoon of vegetable oil for the chocolate topping. Drizzling this mixture over the cold nut foundation will provide a layer of rich, luscious flavor.

Last Chill: Put the tray back in the fridge for 30 more minutes after you've topped it with the melted chocolate.

Prepared to savor!

In order to serve, cut or break the set into pieces. Not only are these nut snacks delicious, but they're also good for you. Any time of day is an excellent time to eat them since they are crunchy, naturally sweet, and packed with nut goodness.

You may still enjoy all your favorite sweets while adopting a healthy lifestyle. With these dishes, you may savor delicious food without sacrificing your health. Cheers to tasty nut snacks that are good for you and the ones you care about!