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Chocolate Tahini on Toast with Sliced Banana

Chocolate Tahini on Toast with Sliced Banana

Imagine a spread as delicious as Nutella but with health benefits! Sesame seed tahini is highly nutritious and rich in antioxidants, and raw cacao is full of flavonoids. This Chocolate Tahini is vegan, gluten free, dairy free and so delicious.

The secret to it's great taste lies in the Humera sesame seeds that come from the fertile lands of North West Ethiopia - not the biggest producer of sesame seeds but unquestionably the best. Combine with premium quality cacao plus a little cane sugar and you have an irresistible and unique flavour that is perfect on toast or added to porridge, smoothies or used in baking.

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