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  1. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    Cinnamon+Lindt chocolate+nuts=winner.

  2. Conor @ Hold the Beef

    Um, I think I might actually be allowed to eat these on my stupid diet thingy!!! Will have to double check if agave is allowed though. Oh to have a photographic memory (I couldn’t remember the word “photographic” just then, and was saying “camera memory”? No.. that sounds wrong… hmmm)

    You forgot the holopedium in your octopus story. Oh for shame!

  3. Louise

    These sound very interesting Hannah. I completely understand your desire not to turn the oven on at the moment.

  4. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Loving all of these raw foods Hannah! And I’m so glad that I’m missing the current heat but all of that changes tomorrow! 🙁

  5. Camille

    Raw, shmaw. I’d toast the nuts for even more toasty cooked goodness! 🙂

  6. Sarah B @ Bake + Bike

    Hee hee…yep, I’m pretty sure that’s a good description of what octopi get up to!

    These look like an amazing snack…I bet they’d be great made with pistachios and unsweetened coconut as well!

  7. GirlonRaw

    My kinda recipe Hannah. Easy, no bake, delicious and bitesize. Lovely.

  8. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    Awesome! Thanks Hannah! Cool thing–I have all the ingredients and just happened to purchase oat bran yesterday for the first time. ‘Twas fate 🙂

  9. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    And I bet they’d look so cute if you make them into little cubes as well

  10. Evan Thomas

    I do believe I need this in my life.
    Hope your dad has a lovely birthday dinner!

  11. Kate (What Kate is Cooking)

    I can totally see how these would taste like cookie dough- I was eating agave plain today (haha) and I think it tastes buttery!

  12. Simply Life

    Yum! These sound and look amazing!

  13. Ricki

    Love these. I don’t know if I’m the anonymous blogger you adapted from, but my recipe is very similar, except I coated mine in chocolate (and I adapted the recipe from someone else, so obviously these are very popular!). I could eat these all day. . . oh, wait–I have. 😉

  14. Margaret

    Hannah no amount of heat could stifle your creativity!
    Wow, what a recipe. I thought you’d make us wait longer for it. 😉
    I’ll try it with quinoa flakes instead of oats.

  15. hungryandfrozen

    Have to make these!!! Soon!!!! Every sentence brings a further exclamation mark, such is my enthusiasm!!!!

  16. fatbooo

    I often bring home-baked goods to work and my vegan colleague often misses out. Now I’ve got something really yummy looking that I can make for her!! Thank you. 🙂

  17. Kath Lockett

    I so need seven of these right now. Surely they’d be better for my still-here migraine than more panadeine?

  18. Johanna GGG

    raw recipes seem just right for the heat! our heat has passed – never seems to last long this summer – might try this if I can get over my raw brownies failure – but I bet they wont be as good as the nutella fudge – I think I could live on it!!!

  19. Alisa Fleming

    Yes, I DO need to make these 🙂

  20. The Food Mentalist

    These look and sounds delish! And i’m with you 100% about not turning on the oven! Sydney has been a nightmare, I can only imagine what its been like down in the ACT!! Bring on winter I say!

  21. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    these look awesome!! ahhh how ive missed your blog 🙂 no bake is a winner during a hot summer. love the use of the 99% cocoa lindt too – i have a couple of blocks left unused in my cupboard (one bite & i couldnt handle the rest).
    Heidi xo

  22. Anna Johnston

    These are almost enough to bring me over to the dark side of no bake cooking, they sound pretty yummy & I’m pretty sure that’s how marine life & angry petty minded octopi work, maybe minus the tea party, but hey….. don’t want to split hairs here 😉

  23. Katelyn @ Chef Katelyn

    I just found your bloggity blog from Gena’s and can I just say you are HILARIOUS and these look delicious, slash I am an oatbran, almond, and cashew fiend so these are perf perf? Giiirl, I can’t wait to keep reading! xoxox

  24. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    How prescient you are, my friend – I’ve written a recipe for chocolate chip cookie dough truffles (chocolate-coated 😉 ) for my cookbook! And you are so right about the “magic” of raw cookie dough, like raw brownies – how DO they do their uncanny taste-mimicking?

  25. Susan

    These sound great. I always love having things on hand too when I am feeling peckish!

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