Image of the February 2016 Wilderness Magazine Cover Read more from the
February 2016 Issue
Home / Articles / Wild Cuisine

Sesame Honey Slice

This is a fun, easy recipe to make with kids. It will last well in the hills and goes perfectly with a hot cup of tea.


Makes: 10 pieces

Prep time: 10min

Cook time: 10min

Cost: $12


4tbsp honey

¼ cup peanut or almond butter

2tbsp coconut oil or butter

½ cup powdered milk (soy, coconut or cow’s)

½ cup desiccated coconut

½ cup dried dates or apricots, diced

1 cup sesame seeds

Preheat oven to 170ᵒC. In a medium saucepan, melt honey, peanut butter and coconut oil. Remove pot from heat, stir in all other ingredients and mix well. Press into a lightly oiled baking dish and bake for 10min or until golden. Allow to cool in dish before turning out and cutting into slices.

Support Wilderness

Since 1991, Wilderness has had one simple goal: to help Kiwis ‘See more, do more, live more’ of New Zealand.

If you value our mission, please consider subscribing. As a loyal supporter, you’ll receive these benefits:

  • New Zealand’s best outdoor journalism We’ve won multiple awards for our journalism and magazine production.
  • NZ’s best trips. Browse more than 610 trips with downloadable maps and route notes.
  • Trustworthy gear reviews. Each month we review gear we’ve been bashing and thrashing for months so you can determine if its worth your money.
  • Web exclusives. Each week we publish stories you won’t find in the magazine. View our latest web exclusives.
  • Member benefits. Our WildCard provides discounts at more than 20 partners throughout New Zealand.
  • Your support goes a long way. Your subscription will help us fund NZ’s best outdoor journalists and writers and ensure Wilderness will be there to inspire the next generation of outdoor Kiwis.

A subscription costs as little as $7.00/month for instant access to all articles, trips, gear reviews and gear guides.

View all our subscription options and join the club.

Already a subscriber? Login Now.