Coconut-Tahini Candy

Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem

Sesame seeds are an excellent source of calcium and many more vital vitamins and minerals with a v many  health benefits. Every time I cook, I try to incorporate healthy foods in my cooking. I use whole sesame seeds in a couple things and sesame paste called tahini, in a couple things. After we all finished eating a Syrian Halvah  made from tahini and sugar, I bought from a Persian  Store, I started to crave for more. The fact is it contains more sugar than we should be eating. So, I used a recipe from this video and made a tahini candy , that needed no cooking at all and has my favorite ingredients, honey and coconut. Read on and see how easy it is to make a candy and you don't even have to cook it:)

Tahini-1 cup
Coconut powder-2 cups
Coconut oil-2 tbs
Honey-as much or as little as needed
Salt-a pinch


1. Mix all ingredients well until incorporated.

2.Pour out the mixture onto a flat plate and chill in the refrigerator for 15 minutes.

3. Use a serrated knife and cut into desired shapes and desired number of pieces and sprinkle some dry coconut on the top and enjoy!


  1. I've never seen tahini used this way - so interesting! Quite interested to try this out.

  2. Salaam,

    do you think i can use desiccated coconut instead of powder? and can i substitute coconut oil with butter or regular oil?

    they look soo good mA!

    1. Rabiya, you can use dessicated coconut instead of the powder. However, I donot reccommend regular oil as they are less healthy. Coconut oil has a lot of health benefits and light and flavorful. Try using olive oil if you wish.

  3. Thanks, I made them without oil..they turned out awesome!

    I usually eat dates dipped in tahini. I think I'm going to stuff my dates with tahini coconut mixture and skip the honey :P


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